TAO is the first mobile isometric exercise system in the world

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Now that the holiday season is over, and the new year festivities have been put behind us, it is time for the chickens to come home and roost. And by saying that, I mean all of the food that you have gorged over the past few weeks, surely you must feel that this particular pair of pants has gotten a wee bit tighter than normal? TAO Wellness intends to help you out, by offering the TAO. TAO is not some kind of new age philosophy, but rather, this is touted to be the first mobile, isometric exercise system in the world.

TAO would allow you to exercise just about anywhere, whether you are at your desk, on the airplane, while you are checking out the latest movies at the cinema, or basically babysitting to earn a little bit of income on the side. The patented TAO system would comprise of a handheld device, where it is known as the TAO WellShell, where it will be accompanied by a comprehensive app for Android and iOS devices. The TAO approach to fitness and wellness will focus on simplicity, balance, and harmony.

Isometrics happens to be the science of applying pressure, where it has been in practice for thousands of years so that it can improve muscle strength, tone and circulation. TAO takes things to the next level by introducing a dynamic element, allowing you to vary the pressure by coaching you through your workout, where it will be able to electronically capture the results. In fact, TAO-Wellness has coined the scientific term for this type of exercise as “variobics.”

Each time you push, TAO would resist. TAO has over 50 isometric exercises for you to choose from, and each of these are clearly explained in the phone app. All you need to do is hold the TAO WellShell in your hands (it can be against your thighs, between your knees, etc), and press it or push hard against it. Being small, it is highly portable, and will also provide you with all the exercise you need to combat the modern day stressful lifestyle.

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