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[Product] Bring Your Workout Anywhere With Exercise Cards; The Simple, Flexible Fitness Solution

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Fitness can quickly morph into an absurdly complex, multi-tiered, overly complicated hellbeast. But it doesn’t always have to be that way.

For most people, working out is a habitual, familiar routine. Disrupt that ecosystem, though, and your AM sweat session can easily unravel into a scatter shot, vagabond, inefficient mess.

Think about any time you’ve been airdropped in a remote country, displaced in a miscellaneous hotel, or snowed in without access to a legitimate gym — unless you’ve magically cultivated a full-blown mental encyclopedia of bodyweight exercises, devising an effective workout plan on-the-fly is a massive challenge.

Exercise Cards is a smart, brilliantly simple solution for the times when life tries to disrupt your workout flow. And best of all, it fits squarely in your pocket, purse, or gym bag.

 

Exercise Cards — Fitness. Simplified.


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WorkoutLabs is aiming to streamline fitness with Exercise Cards; an elegant, portable, brutally simple way to bring a stack of workouts with you — anywhere — on the back of calisthenics and bodyweight movements.

Every deck contains 50 exercise cards (41 bodyweight exercises and 9 stretches) — including everything from mountain climbers to walking lunges — that serve as individual building blocks for 5 pre-built workout routines. All cards display a professionally-illustrated exercise demo, easy-to-follow instructions, and sit on top of HQ Bicycle card paper; ensuring that they’ll always hold up against wear-and-tear, reckless kombucha, or spilled protein shakes.

Pre-set workouts run as long as 20 minutes, but don’t be afraid to go rogue and spice things up — draw a set of cards at random for a spontaneous, original, improv workout that changes every time. Pull 8 cards per workout and it equates to 536,878,650 different potential combos (or over 21 trillion different permutations).1

Good luck with that one.

And if you’re snowed in with a group of friends and feel like sweating up a storm, throw a workout party. Inherently, some cards — burpees, air squats — are more excruciating than others. You’ll burn a ton of calories, build lean muscle, AND torture your friends in the process.

We asked Artem Lapitski, Founder of WorkoutLabs and Exercise Cards, about what sparked the idea:

“My fiancé and I came up with the idea for the Exercise Cards thinking about what other tools we [could] create for the WorkoutLabs audience — fitness beginners and enthusiasts looking for simple ways to incorporate exercise into their lives [who the deck is geared towards]. Using our beautiful exercise illustrations, the Exercise Cards deck is something simple that will make it very easy to get a workout in anywhere you happen to be.”

The bodyweight deck is only the beginning. If Exercise Cards is successfully funded, expansion packs will follow, including one for yoga and gym exercises.

 

Get Exercise Cards.


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Exercise Cards is currently live on Kickstarter and, if funded, due to ship in time for Christmas 2013 — $22 per deck (with a 110% money-back guarantee).




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References, Notes, Links

  1. Combination & Permutations Calculator — plug in 50 cards, 8 per group []

 

Bryan DiSanto

Bryan DiSanto

Founder & Editor-in-Chief at Lean It UP
ELLO ELLO I'm Bryan DiSanto. I'm the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Lean It UP, a CPT/CSN/Fitness Coach, Chef trained at Le Cordon Bleu – Paris, NYU graduate, ex-fat kid, and all-around fitness junkie.

I also contribute to Men's Health Magazine.

When I'm not working on my abs (or somebody else’s), whipping up avocado roses and avocado toast, or running a Tough Mudder, I'm probably yelling at a Carolina Panthers game somewhere.

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Bryan DiSanto
  • julieincharge2011

    these are terrible…how beginner do you have to be to want to buy these?

    • No doubt they’re for beginners, but you’d be amazed at how many people don’t even know to do a correct push up; let alone know what a mountain climber or burpee is.

      They’re nothing revolutionary, and not really all that useful for MOST people, but a nice tool for newbies to kickstart a new fitness habit.

  • julieincharge2011

    as a beginner I used fit deck, now I use Strength Stack 52…WAY BETTER