CASS Lucky Back Banishes Arm Jiggle or "Bingo Wings" While Improving Posture

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Lucky Back is the newest and easiest way to get great looking arms and improve posture while eliminating arm jingle, also known as "bingo wings", as featured on The TODAY show.

We are all slouched over our iphones, computers and more all day. It was natural to create an everyday product that helps you to prevent slouching and look good while wearing it!

New Lucky Back is an innovative product that is bound to have arms looking toned and flawless. With Michelle Obama sporting her awesome arms, more and more people are jumping on the bandwagon. Here's the newest product to banish, improve, and diminish the look of unsightly jiggle. Fortunately, provides the look of great looking arms, helps to improve posture and can be used as a wardrobe accessory extending the wear of sleeveless tops and dresses without the expense.

At work, sport and play we all tend to lean forward which can result in poor posture, rounded shoulders, neck and back pain and even pot belly. Lucky Back gently pull the shoulders back which helps to align the neck above the shoulders and prevent slouching. In addition, LB visibly slims the look of arms and can be worn to extend your sleeveless wardrobe. Designer and owner of CASS, Susan Ledyard states, " I also wear Lucky Back to the gym as it helps to put my neck and back into proper alignment before I begin exercising and therefore I receive more from my workout without suffering neck and back pain later."

Featured on the Today Show, April 30, the desire to remove “bingo wings” has created buzz about the increased awareness of going sleeveless without shame. While surgery is one option to get Michelle Obama's arms, Lucky Back is a great alternative. Lucky Back visibly slims the arms and controls jiggle while worn and helps to improve posture by gently pulling the shoulders back through your daily routine. Not only does it improve posture, it extends your wardrobe of sleeveless tops for those of us who won't bare arms."

Ledyard designed Lucky Back out of the necessity to stop rounded shoulders and neck pain, "I wanted a good looking alternative to a brace that I wouldn't be embarrassed when seen and that had multiple functions- slimming, alignment of neck and back and cool clothing accessory."

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