ATLANTA, Oct. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Step Fitness and Gin Miller Productions have been innovators in fitness for more thantwo decades, developing products and methods that have disrupted the group fitness industry. Combining forces once again, they will soon unveil an extraordinary new exercise device called the KUSHH!
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The KUSHH! exercise platform offers a rigid frame with a firm yet unstable surface that adds the functional elements of balance, coordination and stabilization to almost every exercise activity. It allows the user an endless number of positions and applications that otherwise require multiple devices.
Lyle Ray Irwin, owner of Step Fitness, says: "This is a unique evolution that far surpasses anything we have developed and brought to the market in years. The KUSHH! will accommodate a wide range of users – regardless of height, weight or fitness level. This is exciting news because the KUSHH! can be used in virtually every fitness and training environment."
Gin Miller, who works closely with Step Fitness to direct education and programming for the KUSHH! adds: "The KUSHH! provides a surface area that is unstable enough to increase energy expenditure and core engagement during almost any exercise, yet stable enough to perform compound movements and move quickly through integrated exercise sequences. It is a great tool for everyone from seniors to elite athletes."
For more information or to schedule an interview with Lyle Ray Irwin or Gin Miller, contact:
Gin Miller Productions Attn: Donna Dye 800.210.6709 Email http://www.ginmiller.com/
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SOURCE Gin MIller Productions
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