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Freecross Workout Vehicle

If you get bored in the gym on those static workout machines, this could be a good solution, the "Freecross" is a vehicle, developed by German Wolfgang Eisenberg,it has no seat, has three wheels and is moved by the synchronized movement of arms and legs. Studies proved that the equipment burns 35% more calories than the common model, but work and strengthen many muscles at once, with virtually no impact on joints, tendons and ligaments of the body.



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NIGHTSUP

 NightSUP is company based in Miami that specialises in making illuminated paddleboards.  Adding lights to a SUP enhances safety of moonlight paddling trips and provides an incredible and beautiful way to view nature and wildlife. The company sells paddleboards with pre-installed kits or installs the kit on your existing board by integrating a permanent LED system that is glassed into the rails of the paddleboard, creating a 40-foot circumference of light ...
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SPINE ERGO BUG | BY POC

The Spine Ergo BUG Armor by POC is a back and spine protector, it is an essential piece of gear for wild snowboard/ski sessions. The Ergo Bug protector follows the natural curve of your back, and its interlocking injected polypropylene panels flex freely as you move. POCs air induction system evacuates excess heat and moisture while maximizing airflow. The waistband is strategically placed to minimize restriction and fit comfortably for athletic use. You can buy it ...
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SLKZ GOLD FLEX | STRENGTH AND TEMPO TRAINER

The Gold Flex warm-up and tempo training aid is designed to improve your swing while providing a core muscle workout. The Gold Flex encourages a flatter swing plane and forces the downswing to be initiated by the lower body, both of which fight slices. It fits easy in golf bag and is legal to carry on course....
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