Columbus, OH, July 18, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- If the landlocked engineer who created a line of Bionic Exoskeleton Muscle Building Devices called "Body Oars™" gets his way, watch out Muscle Beach, the wimpiest nerd can now look and feel like a bodybuilder, but in taped together goggles instead of glasses.
Craig Wise, the engineer founder of bodyoars.com has spent 7 years proving his joint/bone bypassing fitness devices will not only allow geeks and nerds to pack on muscle but also people too old, obese or disabled to even walk stand or swim, and do this painlessly, with amazing speed.
Body Oars™ are directly core muscle driven water paddles that also fully brace stabilize and bypass the outer arms and legs.
According to Wise, "The reason they can massively strengthen virtually anybody is they carry the forces of effort, resistance and body weight like an exoskeleton outside the body instead of jamming these forces up and down the skeleton as modern cardio/core muscle building methods still do."
He continued "By eliminating compression from heavy muscle loading workouts you also remove the destruction of joints and spinal disks from body building. Joint and disk compression is so stressful it prevents about 90% of the population from even being able to successfully body build. Take out the crushing of joints and vertebra and virtually anyone can build massive body muscle and heart strength, even the wimpiest 98 lb. nerd.
"Users still have to do the workouts, which last 15-20 minutes, Without the pain of disk and joint compression Body Oars are also painless during use. Muscles will feel a bit sore after, but no joint or back pain should ever accompany a Body Oar workout."
Wise says that so far only disabled people, firefighters, police and the internet has been welcoming to Body Oars. The firefighters and police are into them because they need to stay in shape and Body Oars offer the first and only way to do so without wearing down their knees and backs.
Here is his example of how the internet is wonderful for Outside of the Box innovations. "If you Google, Bing, Aol, ask or Yahoo 'World's Greatest Fitness Device' or 'Disabled fitness device' or 'World's Greatest Water Exercise' information about Body Oars already lists first and dominates first pages. However if you ask a doctor, trainer, university or library for the World's Greatest Fitness Device, you would likely be shown something that blasts your joints far harder then your muscles."
Muscle Beach has been warned.