Hal in 1993 looking for the clouds pass
A very important element to filming BodyBreak is the weather. We try for bright sunny days. Who doesn’t like a day like that – colours “pop” and whatever we are doing just seems to be so much more appealing. However, there’s no doubt there is a lot of stress leading up to the shoot days. We did not always get lucky the whole day. Waiting for the clouds to pass was often typical. Unlike today with minute to minute forecasts on the internet and television, I had to repeatedly call the Weather Network for updates. Fortunately for us, we only had to cancel a couple of shoot days due to poor weather conditions.