Ake Paulsson, entrepreneur and also MD of EcoRub AB, has since the 1990s worked on developing methods for producing high quality products based on rubber powder produced from discarded tires. In 2006 ...
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Abs & Ab Trainers
The term 'abs' is shorthand for abdominal muscles. These are the muscles over your stomach area, commonly known as a 'six-pack' amongst the younger generation. Regular exercise of these muscles can add considerable definition to your chest, and give you that six-pack. This is what ab trainers have been designed for. There are 3 main types of ab trainer, catering for different needs and budgets - the ab belt, the ab bench & the ab mat. The ab belt is something you wear around your chest that sends electric pulses into your muscles. You don't need to do any work yourself. Your muscles get exercise automatically - making these perfect for the busy professional. Ab belts are usually towards the cheaper end of ab products and are primarily aimed at the casual exerciser. An ab mat is also a low budget device aimed at giving an all round ab exercise. These are designed for use in the home and can easily be packed away into a cupboard. In a typical exercise plan you lie on your back on the mat and pull yourself up using arm rests which are attached to the mat. One of these won't even set you back 50. The ab bench is a full-size gym quality machine designed for putting your muscles through the full repertoire of ab exercises. Tighten and tone your upper and lower abs, obliques and back muscles much more effectively than with smaller ab trainer devices. For this bench you will need plenty of space such as a garage, or ideally a dedicated gym room. You'll also need a big budget - you can easily spend four figures on these.
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