The World's First Wearable Tech to Provide Resistance
UBFit is a patented "First of Its Kind" wearable tech device in fitness to provide resistance. It allows the user to receive the benefits of lifting weights, listen to music, track exercise, monitor heart rate and more while doing a cardio workout. The device is placed on the arms or legs of the user and produces resistance when bending or flexing the arms or legs. The amount of the resistance can be adjusted in increments of pounds.
I'm the creator of a revolutionary fitness product that will set the fitness, sports & rehab industry ablaze, UniBody Fitness System- UBFit (previously named Body Armor). UBFit is a patented "First of Its Kind" wearable tech device in fitness to provide resistance. It allows the user to receive the benefits of lifting weights, listen to music, track exercise, monitor heart rate and more while doing a cardio workout. The device is placed on the arms or legs of the user and produces resistance when bending or flexing the arms or legs. The amount of the resistance can be adjusted in increments of pounds.
We've secured two US patents, a preliminary prototype and a number of companies have expressed interest in our technology, including NASA (currently in final review for licensing to be used by the astronauts during deployment). The demand for UBFit has been so great, the most common responses to this invention are "How come it's not out yet", and "where do I get one". There is no other product that provides a total workout by giving the user complete mobility, strengthening during cardio workouts, reduces the possibility of injuries, and has more functionality (MP3, Download Music, Electronic Personal Trainer, etc..).
A little about this product. This product merges four very lucrative industries, FITNESS, WEARABLE TECH & HEALTH. Never before has one product had the ability to successfully compete in so many different industries. Below is some further info about this awesome product.
With its patent-pending technique, UBFit allows a person to burn calories during a cardio workout while toning muscles. The system takes the workout outside of the weight room. Imagine an athlete performing their normal training routine, sparing, tennis, running the court or football obstacle course, while toning their muscles at the same time. Or picture a fitness class doing aerobics with UBFit to give them a complete workout. Because of UBFit's unique design, an individual could simply incorporate it into their existing workout regimen or we could create a new fitness routine exclusively for the system. With the billion dollar fitness industry growing in leaps & bounds, we plan to create an entire fitness franchise around this product.
2.) WEARABLE TECH
With the growing demand for "Wearable Tech" in the fitness industry, many companies are scrambling to lead the charge and stand out from the crowd amongst competitors. There is also a huge demand from consumers to create products to do more than only monitor, track and alert users, but to assist them in carrying out a task as well.UBFit meets consumers' demand as a "Wearable Tech" product to assist them with strengthening while providing all the features of today's "Wearable Tech" products (heart/pulse rate, progress tracking, music and other current features). However, UBFit will also provide new features to users like a personal electronic trainer. With this electronic trainer, the user could create a routine, download it into the system and follow step-by-step instructions. The system could also have sensors placed in it to work in conjunction with video games, thus creating a fitness virtual world.
Each year millions of individuals are injured in car wrecks, work, and other unfortunate events. Also, the Baby Boomers generation is the largest demographics in the U.S.. For these two reasons, medical rehabilitation is on the rise. One of the key components in rehabilitation is strength training. Normally during rehab sessions, therapists have their clients to perform strength training with the use of dumbbells, ankle weights, and resistance cables. The problem with dumbbells & ankle weights is that they cause excessive force on the ligaments. With resistance cables, there is no true way of measuring a patients success.
Once the lightweight UBFit is donned, resistances can be applied without the use of excessive force to the ligaments. Also, the amount of resistance can be adjusted in increments, allowing the patients to progress to be tracked and documented. The system could be used by physical, occupational and sports therapists.
We're seeking an investor willing to embark on this venture with us. Please review the attached Executive Summary and the link below for more detail. If you're interested in discussing investment options, I could be contacted at this email or 678-561-5030. I look forward to speaking with you.
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