AXA Bermuda End-to-End


Gymbo’s Aerobics for AXA’s Bermuda End to End
Cast & Crew

  • Leads: James Adams and Peter Sousa
  • Participants: Quinceé Dill, Antwan Edwards, Suki
  • Director: Emma Edwards
  • Camera: Kaz Godfrey
  • BTS: Ethan Fox, Island Wide Photography & Video
  • Light & Sound Sponsored By: Jacin Lowe, Awesomelight

Disco Sweat

Gymbo’s Aerobics is a high-intensity workout that will leave you feeling like you’ve been hit by a truck. You’ll be so out of breath that you’ll forget what it’s like to be stressed, so sore that you won’t be able to move without crying, and so exhausted that you’ll pass out and forget all your problems. But don’t worry, that’s just part of the fun! In fact, the more pain you’re in, the better your workout is going. So get ready to sweat, shake, and cringe as you work your way through this grueling routine.

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