This heat helps me feel more comfortable with my stretching routines. I’m more flexible and I’m able to go much further without pain. -- June Kahn, 2009 IDEA World IDEA Fitness Instructor of the Year
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Los Angeles (PRWEB) February 9, 2011
New from the people who brought you LuxSauna far infrared saunas is the far infrared sauna mat. SolarFlex® is a new patent pending far infrared heating mat that enables anyone, regardless of physical conditioning or age, to simply lie down and allow the deep penetrating heat to do the work. Soothing heat causes a cardiovascular stimulation, much like working out. Of course you can stretch and work out as well, which when combined with the far infrared heat penetration appears to produce compound effects when it comes to health benefits.
The SolarFlex® produces far infrared heat up to 140°F with 97% of the heat matching perfectly to the human body. This means the heat penetration is immediate and far deeper than other forms of heat, producing documented examples of pain relief and evidence of accelerated cardiovascular training.
When lying on the SolarFlex® mat you experience a soothing far infrared heat that penetrates deep into your body. Users report a feeling of becoming limber much quicker, warming up fast and stimulating an energetic feeling as well as confidence to “just” do more.
A typical SolarFlex® user might be someone who has never exercised before or had to stop because of illness or injury. Many confess they would love the idea of exploring some form of exercise routine, but working out, getting in shape with all its benefits has its fair share of intimidating factors. The SolarFlex mat presumes to help anyone lose the excuse.
SolarFlex® is an insulated, water-proof exercise mat with slip proof surface along with a heating capability above 140°F. David Floyd, the founder of SolarFlex was 7 years ago the founder of LuxSauna far infrared saunas. Since 2004 LuxSauna has been the premier far infrared sauna manufacturer in the US and abroad selling nearly ten thousand saunas per year.