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Amazing Video "5 Ways to Massively Strengthen Weak or Disabled Legs" by bodyoars.com(August 12, 2011)
Columbus, OH, August 12, 2011 --(PR.com)-- (Col, Oh) During development of their bionic muscle strengthening devices called "Body Oars™", engineers discovered hundreds of new exercises that can deeply exert muscles with little to no joint or back compression.
Ten years ago they discovered that by taking bones and joints out of heavy exercise they could painlessly multiply the efficiency of muscle building for nearly every human, while also eliminating the wear and tare that today's joint overloading exercises do to our joints and vertebrae.
According to Craig Wise the engineer who first envisioned Body Oars, "Without the joint smashing and grinding, most of the exercises we discovered are very empowering for the elderly, obese and mobility disabled people."
"However we are starting a business that manufactures fitness devices to pay the bills, and these five painless leg empowering methods require nothing to buy other then swimming pool and internet access. Bathing suits are even optional, but usually appreciated."
He sees giving this away for free this way, "Our lower Body Oars (LOBOS™) can massively strengthening the body cores and hearts of countless millions of people who cannot walk stand or swim, while these 5 exercises can massively strengthen their legs to match what our LOBOS do for their body core, so they actually go together."
He added "Furthermore once people do these leg empowering exercises for free, they will know that we have develop exercise methods and devices that can be up to 1000's of times more efficient at building and restoring atrophied muscles then today's most popular methods."
Instead of ignoring these 5 empowering exercises Wise (55 Pictured here) has posted an eight and a half minute video where he personally demonstrates each one. He practices what he preaches and he surely looks the part.
He says the easiest way to find this video (he just posted yesterday) is "Google "Empower Weak Legs" and the link to it at youtube.com should top Google's (not-sponsored) list".
He seemed to love the fact that if you web search "World's Greatest Fitness Device" stories and links about his Body Oar devices already dominant the first pages of Google, Aol, Bing. Yahoo and Ask.
"I'm not surprised by this," he added, "search engines are fact hunting machines. They don't care that body oars are still built in my basement and garage, they just care that other websites also repeat (verify) our findings."
Information about Body Oars has been published on thousands of websites and not one has challenged the accuracy of their findings.
As the internet seems to love Body Oars, Wise informed us that so far the main stream media and fitness worlds have treated him and his Body Oars like the Ice Barons once treated refrigerators.
Unlike something new that pops up and suddenly replaces an old industry, Wise clams this New School of Fitness will expand the ability to powerfully body build, to 95% of the population, up from today's 10- 15% born to naturally grow extra thick bones.
Instead of closing the old fitness school fitness he says his new school of will multiply the fitness industry's markets for almost all fitness related products, apparel and supplements."
In two weeks his company, High Efficiency Fitness, plans to release another video called "Geek and Nerd Bodybuilding 101" which contains many other mostly water based "ego building" exercises they also discovered.
You can also discover a wealth of what Wise calls "New School Fitness facts" at bodyoars.com.or as he likes to tell people, "Google 'World's Greatest Fitness Device."
High Efficiency Fitness Company
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Google "Empower Weak legs" for this video or "World's Greatest Fitness Device" for more about Body Oars
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