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The Attitube Uses Water Motion Resistance to Get You into Shape

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: attitube & gizmag
The Attitube is one of the most interesting fitness devices I have ever encountered. The Attitube uses 'water motion resistance' to help you build core strength and balance.

Trying to carry a fish tank or a cooler full of water is no small feat. The water sloshes around, and makes a lightweight object difficult to control. That's the idea behind the Attitube. You fill it half to three-quarters of the way full with water and let 'er lift!

Check out the gallery to see the Attitube in action, or click on the links to your left to get the 411 on this watery weight. Stats for Watery Weights Trending: Older & Chilly
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Concept: The Attitube
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Segment: Males, 18-35
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