Let’s go to the rodeo! “Cowboy Ryan’s Rodeo Fence.” Woo! I want fitness
to be an experience, so the program that I’ve got,
it literally is just a fence that’s got six bars on it.
The workouts are full-body. It’s called up and down
training. All of our clients,they’ll get on the fence.
They’ll step up and down on it.They’ll squat on it.
They’ll do push-ups on it.The culmination of workouts
that we put togetheris literally endless.I don’t understand
the business model. I have a small
personal training studio. What is your target
audience? It’s 99% females. Rodeo is growing. It’s got
major corporate sponsors. It’s being broadcast
now, so– – Major potential.
– Yeah! What will your workouts
do for the average person that walks in and wants
to do your workout? What is it going to do
to their body? Woo! Rodeo abs,
that’s right! This is a total body workout,
lower body and upper body? Oh, yeah. Obi:
The key to great absis not stronger
abdominal musclesbut having lower body fat
percentage, and the best way to do that
is a full body workout. Let’s get to the demo. Hey, y’all!
Let’s get on the fence. We’ll just squat.
Squeeze those buns. Pull those arms.
Pull yourself in and out. Do we keep our knees engaged
to the fence? Yeah, keep those knees tight,
and give me a Woo! Woo! Pull the left knee up
to the side! Why do I feel more of my arms
than my legs, though? Hold that knee up there. Now make head
like this, come on. What is that supposed to do,
work my abs too? It’s part of the ride! Now we’re gonna stampede
side to side, just like that. – Like I’m tap dancing?
– Yeah, like you’re
tap dancing! Do you ever change grips? Twist in the fence! Hook
your feet to the fence! Twist! Where, down here? This has been done better
and programmed better with, you know, the Fitwall,
which is a series of circular bars, and I,
I just, I… Oh. We’re gonna go bareback style,
one arm just like this. Bareback? Come on, hook your feet
in the fence! Okay, bareback ride
on the side! It got my forearms
working, but I typically,
when I exercise, I like to work
the total body. Bring it up
and go woo! Woo! Woo! Holy cow. All right, man. Let’s get out of our corral
and come back around. First and foremost, man,
I didn’t really feel much of anything,
other than absolutely
ridiculous doing it. The core stuff
that we were doing, I could do that
without this. I don’t think you’re using
this tool in a way that’s helping you.
Like, first thing I felt was my forearm flexors,
and you know, whenever you blow out
small muscles, it compromises
the work that’s being done by the big muscles,
which burn the most calories. I’d say you need
maybe a little less sizzle and a little more steak. I don’t know. I wouldn’t be
gravitating to your class. I hope that they would hear
me out and just go, “Maybe we did
miss something. Let’s give Cowboy
one more chance.” I think you need