Whipr (Travel-Focused Training Machine)

Interesting combination.

Interesting combination.

Although you may not be doing all that much travelling right now, you may wish to keep this in mind for later in the year. Or whenever you plan to start looking at hotels again.

The device in question is the Whipr - a portable ERG machine which combines paddling, rowing, swimming and kayaking. Great mix.

To give you an idea of just what's on offer, a little video :



Whipr.





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