We created more educational videos, performed more workshops, and ran more certifications than ever before.
Scottsdale, Ariz. (PRWEB) December 28, 2011
Just in time for New Year’s resolutions, Henkin Fitness Systems, developer of the Ultimate Sandbag Training System, concluded 2011 with its flagship fitness program -- which doubled in sales during the last 12 months -- featured on three publications’ fitness gift lists.
According to Josh Henkin, owner of Henkin Fitness Systems, the extra exposure and boost in sales was the result of three activities.
“We created more educational videos, performed more workshops, and ran more certifications than ever before,” Henkin said. “It was bringing education to the forefront and the power that the training system could provide for fitness results -- and we used the Ultimate Sandbag as the vehicle to teach these lessons.”
Publications featuring the Ultimate Sandbag Training System on gift lists this holiday season included:
- Jason Ferruggia’s 20 Holiday Gifts That Don’t Suck
- Ben Bruno’s Christmas Stocking Stuffers
- Stayfitcentral.com’s 2011 Holiday Fitness Gift Guide
To meet growing demand, Henkin said his U.S. manufacturer continues to devote more lines of product and staff to the Ultimate Sandbag Training System.
“By listening to our customers and determining how to better meet their needs, we continue to reach more people and introduce them to the benefits of Ultimate Sandbag workouts,” he added.
Ultimate Sandbag training is based on three criteria: creating exercises that simultaneously improve flexibility, turning on muscles forgotten by most standard weight room exercises and re-training the “right” muscles to take stress off the rest of the body.
Josh Henkin invented the Ultimate Sandbag Training System after physical therapy and traditional corrective exercises couldn’t relieve his lower back pain caused by training and competing as a Division I athlete. Using a homemade sandbag, he developed the original workouts after watching military friends go through physical therapy routines. To date, more than 300 exercises are possible with the Ultimate Sandbag. The system is currently used by professional athletes, military forces and weekend warriors in 70 countries. Additional information is available at http://www.ultimatesandbagtraining.com.