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MP3Gym.com Launches Audio Personal Trainer CD-ROM

December 12, 2003—Personalized Workout Systems (PWS) unveils their latest product MP3 Gym.  The very first audio personal trainer recorded on mp3 files for multi-gigabyte mp3 players. This is an economical and practical alternative to a high-priced personal trainer at a fraction of the cost. 

An MP3 Gym membership provides you with countless hours of personal training for your mp3 player. For the price of $19.95, you receive the MP3 Gym CD-ROM containing:

  • 192 different mp3 files (over 60 exercises)

  • Eight preset routines

  • Eight illustrated routine sheets as a visual reference and to take notes

  • MP3 Gym manual (pdf & audio versions)

  • Personalized custom routine sheets

  • More than 100,000 routine combinations

  • Plus a six month routine subscription

    Barry Smith, founder of PWS commented, “Im very enthusiastic about MP3 Gym.  Now everyone with an mp3 player can have the advantages of a personal trainer at their fingertips without spending a fortune”. He went on to say, “With the MP3 Gym, users will finally be able to take Internet and CD-ROM fitness programs beyond their computer and actually use it in the gym.”

    Multiple workouts can be created and stored and are then readily available.  In addition the Web site offers individuals tips to enhance their workouts as well as mp3 player information.  To access MP3 Gym, go to www.mp3gym.com

    About Personalized Workout Systems:
    Personalized Workout Systems based in Los Angeles, California has been developing innovative fitness products since 1996.  Their mission is to marry user-friendly technology with tried and tried principles of effective exercise techniques.

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    Comments

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    Wow…this oughta be interesting…too bad I didn’t think about it first! I swear, w/o my I-Pod, my workouts would be half as fruitful. Thanks Apple. Now would you please fix the OS for your 2nd Gen I-Pods? I would liek to play 44k aiff files without a lockup….

    Posted by Angry Black Man on December 13, 2003 at 12:36 PM (PDT)

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