Working out can be exhilarating and addictive but can become monotonous over time due to repetition. The key to sticking with it is ‘mixing it up’ and combining it with other fun activities. How about a gym quality workout on water? Read More...
Introducing tsunami! It is a floating exercise/yoga mat that is approximately 3.5’ x 7.5’ x 4” with a non slip mat on top. There are holes on the sides of the mat with cables that go inside the board that are connected to resistance weights. The cables can be pulled individually (dumbbell) or with both cables attached to a bar (barbell). The faster you pull/push, the more resistant the lift will become. No need for a bunch of different weights for the different strengths of the client.
The board itself will be made of foam and plastic with the inside being a honey-comb shape for stability and to house the pulley system. It will have handles, along with tie downs, to tether the mat. tsunami can be used indoors as well as out and will come with an air base system to slide under the board to simulate being on water (during those winter months or someone without access to water). tsunami creates a controlled instability and provides focus on core muscles and eliminates the harsh impact on your body, whether used as the exercise mat or yoga mat.
tsunami will have the stability to hold a 300 pound person doing gym type exercises that can be tracked by the waterproof LCD at the front of the board. Data can also be sent to your smart phone to track progress after each workout.
It is time for a gym quality workout, but on water. Way more fun, way more intense, way more core! Welcome to tsunami!
A provisional patent application has been filed as of October 2018. The Patent Search was performed by The Mars Rising Network and concluded there is nothing similar to this product on the market, which means this unique device could be patented and used by exercise enthusiasts everywhere.
Exercise and yoga enthusiasts
Floats on water for more versatility.
Integration with your smart phone.
LCD display to track your progress.
Inventor Sean Holcomb is a professional personal fitness coach. He has worked with hundreds of people and has seen that adding water to activities is always a plus. How about a device that combines the two directly?
He and his co-inventor Kenzi Lee came up with an effective device and contacted the Mars Rising Network and had a provisional and design patent application filed and had the invention designed properly so that they may see success with this great idea and turn it into a real product.
They are actively seeking a company that would have an interest in licensing the product for a royalty.
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