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Date:4/1/2008

REDFORD, Mich., April 1, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Small living spaces provide little room for exercise equipment. The Burn Machine(R), a revolutionary, compact, asymmetrical barbell system with a flat, streamlined profile is the perfect solution for those looking to burn calories without eating up space. Frequent travelers and boat and RV owners will appreciate the fact that it transports easily and stores conveniently, too.

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"At home or on the road, the barbell system can be conveniently stored under a sofa or bed," says inventor, Yuri Raven. Its sleek, chrome-plated design and display stand provide you with "functional art" as well as "functional fitness" and eliminate clutter caused by cumbersome exercise equipment and bulky barbells.

All human motion is asymmetrical, and therefore, your workout should reflect these same movements. What separates The Burn Machine from other free weights is its asymmetrical barbell system that features a horizontal bar with a patented, sliding "burn" counterweight that can be positioned either to the right, left or center, changing the body's center of gravity. As you exercise, more stress is placed on one side of the body, providing more muscle burn with fewer repetitions.

Gerald Tipton, a 76-year-old resident of Palm Beach, Florida says, "I take The Burn Machine everywhere I go, even when I travel by airplane. It's easy to use and convenient to pack."

Athletes will also enjoy the intense workout they get from this easily transportable machine. It is indispensable for golfers, tennis players and anyone wishing to double or triple their upper body core strength. The Speed Bag model is particularly conducive to on-the-go users. This model is excellent for enhancing cardio-aerobic conditioning while toning arm muscles.

This compact fitness system is available in six models: The Cross Trainer (12 lb. Intermediate and 20 lb. Professional), The Universal, The Ultimate (46 lbs.) and The Speed Bag (8 lb. Intermediate and 12 lb. Professional). The Cross Trainer, Universal and Ultimate models incorporate innumerable muscle building and tendon strengthening exercises. The Ultimate model also features crescent-shaped weights that are shorter than normal barbells and have a flat profile. The Cross Trainer, Universal and Ultimate models include a display stand. All models are shipped with a custom, zippered tote bag.

For more information on The Burn Machine, log on at http://www.theburnmachine.com, or call Portfolio XXI at 586-447-2001.


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