Last week, I talked about Passion Planner and its capabilities of being able to help us achieve our goals in 2014. As one of the top resolutions made for the new year, exercising and getting back in shape will be on many of our minds, including myself. But, as human nature has it, some tend to fall short in reaching their goal, specially when it comes to exercising. We make excuses, and find ourselves back in our comfort zone. One common excuse is the notion of travelling for work on a regular basis and not being able to go to the gym. I understand that being on the road, going from hotel to hotel, can make exercising a challenge. Luckily, Brent Kruithof has plans on helping folks who travel frequently stay active, even if it's in the hotel room.
Brent and his team have engineered and developed the FLYUP Fitness, a portable home gym. FLYUP Fitness is a "versatile training device that delivers a killer total body workout that can be done anywhere." This body weight resistant system has the capabilities of pertaining to both functional fitness training and isometric training, providing the opportunity to perform over 35 different exercises. However, the best feature of the FLYUP is its size. When packed and ready to go, it takes up just as much space as a medium size book. It'll easily fit in a backpack or a purse, making it easy for travelers to carry it with them no matter where they end up. You'll be able to knock out a workout right in the hotel room, office, or any where else.
The FLYUP may be the missing component that travelers have been looking for. It'll help us achieve our goal of staying fit, even if it's not at our local gym. One way that Brent and his team could make FLYUP even more effective is by looking into creating a exercise guide that would come with the system. The visualization of different exercises will help the user get the full extent of the FLYUP.
Overall, the concept of staying active on the road POPs.