Idol Group BEAST gets Lost in Body Art, "So Manly"
By Staff Writer | July 13, 2012 02:33 PM EDT
BEAST will make a comeback on July 22, and this isn't an ordinary comeback: they will bring to their fans their one of a kind "BEAST Body Art" DVD.
Since April, BEAST has been preparing with Robert Steinbach to produce their "Beast Body Art" DVD.
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In the photo update, BEAST members are all seen in black work out clothes with sincerely focused eyes, working out their motions. Their focus and synced movements were displayed through their careful muscle utilization and powerful arm stretches; their manly vibe can't be contained.
BEAST member Yoon Doo Joon said, "We want to work just as hard as we did to mature musically. We want to mature performance wise. We look forward to showing upgraded performances and visuals. We've been training and conditioning our bodies."
Body Art School Korea Representaive Han Jung Shik shared, "Even if the movements look simple at first, you'll see that it's hard to focus on relaxing and flexing each individual muscle. By the time you're done, you'll see that you've sweated a lot through the process. Nevertheless, since this exercise is not taxing on muscles, but, more about how to awaken muscles that are usually not used, the BEAST members have found it more refreshing than burdensome."
The "BEAST Body Art" DVD was created through the help of a German gymnast, choreographer and founder of body art, Robert Steinbach. It will be released this September.
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