(PRWEB) February 16, 2014
The ab wheel is a product of the ‘80s, and until now that was current enough. Meet the future of the ab-wheel, except it’s not a wheel at all. The ROCK 360 uses a patented, ball-bearing system that allows users to move in any direction, targeting all the abdominal and oblique muscles at once. It was time to reinvent the wheel.
The ROCK 360 achieves the perfect balance of a progressive core workout, full body cardio and strength training fitness experience. It is the total package, quite literally, including: the ROCK 360, a phone clip which allows you to attach your smart phone and download the FREE ROCK 360 app for instant workouts, a knee mat, 10 DVDs, a nutrition guide, a 60-Day Challenge Calendar and a workout poster with 84 original exercises.
Developed by fitness professional, Tommy Saunders, the ROCK 360 was created to provide a workout challenge that’s attainable at any level of fitness. Anyone can start using the ROCK 360 and adjust the exercises to their level of comfort by choosing any of the five effective positions of use. As their strength increases they can still get a challenge from more complex movements and exercises.
The ROCK 360 has been incorporated in the strength and conditioning programs of NFL teams such as the Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers, and The University of Missouri, University of Texas, Stanford University and Ohio State just to name a few. Now, the ROCK 360 provides the tools and knowledge for everyone to train like a professional.
“At FEWDM Fitness we look to empower people to accomplish their goals by leading a healthier, and subsequently, happier life,” Saunders said. “The ROCK 360 is at the very
core of that mission because not only is it a total body workout; it gives people the tools to change their body. And when you can see a physical change, your mentality about what things are possible begins to change too.”
The ROCK 360 was invented in 2010 by fitness professional, Tommy Saunders. After seeing someone use an ab wheel on a box to get a larger range a motion, Saunders knew theremust be a better way to workout core muscles. There wasn’t, so he created one: the ROCK 360. The ROCK 360 uses patented technology, a ball-bearing system that allows users to move in any direction targeting their entire core. While ROCK 360 is a core centric workout, it also puts a spin on traditional exercises like planks, burpees and sit-ups that allows for a new and refreshing exercise experience. ROCK 360 officially launched in January 2014.