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Just wanted to say love your new training videos. The way you teach riders how to learn, practice new skills, worth every cent. You are the MAN Semics! Wish watched these years ago.
Dear Mr. Semics,
I would like to thank you for the outstanding instruction you gave my son during the recent May 5th and 6th group class.
Your verbal instruction followed by your professional riding skills was perfect for PJ. At the conclusion of the class he was able to put his newly learned skills to the test at Budds Creek. His starts, turns and new found comfort with jumping allowed him to finish in the top 3 of both the schoolboy and 125B class events.
We just returned from the LL Unadilla area qualifier where he was required to learn the track for the first time and race all in the same weekend. He qualified for both the Schoolboy stock and mod classes.
I am convinced that he would not have been capable of such success without your professional instruction. We look forward to coming back for both individual and group classes in the future.
Paul Heilig Senior & PJ Heilig #139
I’ve went from 250 lbs down to 160 lbs with the help of Gary Semics MX Conditioning DVD. I can really tell a big difference with how I feel on the bike. Not only do I not tire out, but the bike handles and performs better with me having the strength to ride it with ease now.
I decided to test my new conditioning out in this years 23rd annual Great Greenbrier River Race. It’s a 17 mile triathlon that consist of a 3 mile run (that I completed with a time of 20min 37s), a 4 mile kayak (completed in 45min 51s), and a 10 mile bike ride (completed in 36min 59s). I crossed the line 44th out of 222 with a overall time of 1hr 43min 27s and thats even after suffering a broken paddle in the kayaking event.
I owe a lot to Gary for teaching me his conditioning and all of his techniques in the sport that I love. Thanks Gary,
I highly recommend using Gary Semics. I’ve learned how to focus and how to become a successful rider.
Any team with Gary as coach will definitely have an advantage.
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.
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.
I have never worked with someone who has as much knowledge about motocross and diet as Gary has. He has a great way of explaining everything and helping you apply it to your program. He is by far the best trainer I have ever worked with and I would highly recommend Gary Semics to anyone who wants to improve their riding skills.
I was really having troubles with my starts during the 05 season so I had a private lesson with Gary.
Just the few hours I spent with Gary made a huge improvement in my starting abilities.
During the remaining Nationals I won 6 motos and 2 overalls.
Brock Hepler – Factory Suzuki