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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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ELLIPTIGO EXERCISE BIKE

ElliptiGO is a combination of a stationary elliptical trainer and a bicycle. It delivers a comfortable and fun workout experience that closely mimics outdoor running without the associated negative impact. This bicycle was designed for fitness enthusiasts who enjoy the elliptical trainer motion, but do not want to be stuck in a gym....
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FLOATING SKATE RAMP

Remember the spectacular Floating Cinema, an auditorium raft for watching movies in the open, surrounded by an amazing scenery? What if you could skate on a floating ramp whilst admiring the beautiful landscape surrounding you? That is exactly what professional skateboarder Bob Burnquist dreamt of when asked by Visit California to help them with a campaign to promote Lake Tahoe. This awesome skate ramp was built by a skilled team of craftsmen and launched on Lake Ta...
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OAKLEY AIRWAVE GOGGLE

Oakley have updated their Airwave Goggle. Oakley Airwave 1.5 builds on the success of the popular goggle launched last year, it has 30% more battery life, better processor, better graphics, and MFI Bluetooth. As the previous version, it features a 14-inch screen integrated within the goggle, you can check your speed, altitude, jump analytics, temperature, locate your track friends, listen to music, answer calls, view text messages, and navigate resort maps...
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