The ROM Machine

April 17th, 2013
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We all struggle trying to find time to get our regular cardio exercise in....AND then also finding the energy for resistance training to improve our muscle tone and strength...AND also trying to work in our stretches for flexibility which seems to be dwindling year-by-year. AND we aspire to do all this on our already way too busy schedule.

Here is the solution!

The Range of Motion (ROM) Machine is the coolest thing I've seen in years.

The ROM Machine is basically an advanced high intensity cross trainer that allows you to get a full body workout in just 8 minutes (4 minutes for the upper body & 4 minutes for the lower body). The ROM is designed to hit all your major muscle groups in repetitive motion through full range. Talk about efficiency!

You will appreciate a balanced mix of cardio, stretching and resistance in exaggerated push, pull and step movements in a quick 8-minute workout.

Check out the video at http://www.fastexercise.com for more information on the invention, design, & manufacturing of the machine.

So where can you find this novel machine? Well, frankly it's not something you'd see at your favorite sporting goods store. And unless you've got a tidy sum set aside, you probably wouldn't be putting this baby in your spare room any time soon considering its hefty $15,000 price tag.

But don't let this discourage you. Instead, visit Shiatsu Therapists of Hawaii which offers reasonable rates, convenient access to an effective quick workout, and also provides wonderful corrective massage to fix what ails you. They are at the top of my list!

http://www.shiatsuhawaii.com/ or call 808.843.8006.

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2 Responses to “The ROM Machine”

  1. Jay:

    WOW!, I like that rom machine too Lori. Thank you for this Great info. :)


  2. Lori Okami:

    Hey Jay!
    It's very cool. I've imagined something like this and didn't even realize that it was out there.