SACRAMENTO, Calif.---Balanced Body®, the leading source of mindful movement equipment, information and education, has introduced a new fitness tool, MOTR. MOTR (MOre Than a Roller) is a 43” cylinder that combines a foam roller with variable weight resistance. This unique design allows clubs and studios to mix and match a wide variety of exercise options, including strength training, cardio, balance, agility and core work.
“Mindful movement is exercise with a mental focus that requires people to think about how they are moving in order to maximize the body’s potential,” said Ken Endelman, Balanced Body founder and CEO. “MOTR is one more example of how we’re working to make mindful movement accessible to everyone. MOTR offers unmatched versatility, portability and ease of use, and is a lower-cost alternative to exercise equipment for fitness studios or home use.”
A cost-effective tool at a suggested retail price of $349 complete with workout DVDs and flash cards, MOTR is perfect for group fitness classes, personal training sessions or home workouts. It is economical and requires little floor space. In addition, the versatility of MOTR workouts enables Pilates studios and fitness centers to attract a wider range of clients, including men who are traditionally more focused on consistent strength training.
For more information or to order MOTR, visit www.balancedbody.com/motr or call 1-800-PILATES. Volume discounts are available, as is on-site instructor training.
About Balanced Body Inc.
Balanced Body believes that movement changes people’s lives. The company is the leading resource for Pilates and mindful movement equipment, information and education for fitness centers, studios, rehabilitation facilities and home enthusiasts. Founded in 1976, the company was the first to substantially update Joseph Pilates' equipment with state-of-the-art engineering, materials and technology. Ken Endelman, the company's CEO and founder, has been awarded 28 U.S. patents for his inventions. Balanced Body is headquartered in Sacramento, Calif., where almost all of its equipment is manufactured.
For more information, visit www.pilates.com, www.facebook.com/BalancedBodyInc, follow us on Twitter @Balanced_Body or call 1-800-PILATES.
Contacts: for Balanced Body Inc./ Alison Seibert, 212-302-5924 / Alison.Seibert@lanepr.com
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