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I began Gary’s training and diet program the end of May of 2007 when I weighed 180Lbs. My body fat was 28.7% and my endurance was pretty poor. I would fade out in a moto after 4 or 5 laps and come off the track very tired and worn out. The second motos were the same and I would find myself struggling to keep focused for the whole race.
EJ, (Eric Johnson)You should see the AMAZING collection of photos of Gary I got from Dick Miller.
This could be a visually stunning feature.
And make sure you ask Gary about holeshots — I still say he was the best ever.
Davey Combs – Racer X Magazine
Just wanted to let you know I got the disc a couple of weeks ago, thank you again. I just wanted
to add these videos are great. I am a 30 year old beginner and I was pretty much doing everything
wrong, now it makes sense. I will be buying more from you guys again. I love how detailed it is,
and how Gary uses the explanation, demonstration, imitate technique, followed by reviews, very
I want to first off thank you for giving riders like myself the opportunity to read your free tech tips.
They have helped me so much as a rider as well as a human being. I love reading your tips and i think you should continue to write them.
I am 15 years old and i race the 125 novice class.
When i first started riding at age 11 i had no idea dirt bike racing would become my life and my whole mentality. I ride as often as i can, mostly everyday, practicing cornering and all kinds of things to become a better rider. I have a dream and a goal to race professional motocross.I strive for it and i won’t give up.
I have taken your tips and used them as much as i can, i try to think like a champion. I try to think positive all the time in all types of situations, good or bad. I work out everyday and try to stay as healthy as i can. I push myself harder and harder to keep getting better to someday reach my goal. I think i have what it takes to be a professional motocrosser and a good one at that. I have a lot of natural talent, I’m dedicated to riding, I have self-discipline, a positive attitude, and i have loads of motivation and a burning desire.
As I sit here drinking a protein smoothie getting ready to go to bed, I just want to personal thank you for what you are doing and to keep up the good work. Your tips have helped me so much, and i hope they will continue to do so.
Mark Grossman Suzmx18@aol.com
Just wanted to pass along a “thank you” for your products.
I am a 40+ rider now after 26 years away from the sport and purchased your complete catalog to get the much needed information to refresh my mind and I must say that all of the instructional materials have helped considerably!
Thanks Gary – I do ride smarter and safer thanks to your knowledge!!
Thanks so much for the tip and can’t wait to come back to your MX School this year.
Jeff Seidenberg #934
PS-My dad just wanted to let you know that he thought you were so cool during the school (answering questions, never acting as if you were annoyed, helping another rider fix his bike) and loved how organized it was. If you and your son race again during the lunch break, I hope you beat him this year. You’re both super-fast!
Hey Gary Semics:
I attended your school in April (19th and 20th I think) and my dad and I plan on attending GSMXS again in April.
Your motocross school really helped me improve and I’m really going faster in the corners thanks to you.
Jeff Seidenberg #934
PS – I saw you in Racer X Magazine!
Subject: Re: Gary Semics’ Motocross Body Positions and Movements DVD
Greetings Gary and Staff:
I just watched for the first time, DVD No. 1 in the new Volume 3 series of training material designed for beginners and vet riders.
What stands out with the product, is that its a true tutorial presented in a format that allows a person to actually learn on their own. Nothing is glossed over, but instead, every detail is addressed in both theory and application.
You incorporation of modern day learning theory and its application to the sport of MX enables the practioner to become a better rider much more quickly. T
hat equates to a cost savings as well since the benefit of precious practice time is maximized, and not wasted. I will be venturing forth this weekend for the first time in months-I have finally recovered from a non riding injury-and will be relying on the material to bring me back up to speed.
I look forward to the next DVD, which I believe is braking?
In any event, thanks for creating such a great product.