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Power Balance Bands (real or fake)

One action-sports trend that AspenSpin brought back from California is POWER.BALANCE wrist bands. Power Balance touts their hologram technology that helps your body's energy field react positively with a wider range of frequencies.  Sounds like a bunch of new-age mumbo jumbo---right?   We felt the same way, until we tried it.

In an effort to recover from the aches and pains of skiing every day and partying every night we decided to strap on a  POWER BALANCE. wrist band.    We too were skeptical about the claims made by users of these mylar wrist bands---but the result is improved balance, greater flexibility and increased core strength.  

Maybe its a placebo effect???  Maybe its malarchy, but POWER.BALANCE works for me.  No more pain in my knees, shoulder ,neck and lower back.  The boot camps on the beach and core-fit workouts didn't hurt, but the Power Balance wrist band is a great tool.

If you are interested in POWER BALANCE --A-Spin can offer a limited quantity of POWER BALANCE wrist bands.  Colors and sizes are limited, but A-Spin can give them to you at a 33% discount off  the suggested retail price.  $20  including shipping. 

For more info contact  ASPENSPIN@Gmail.com

AspenSpin believes in POWER BALANCE. Click 2 buy 'em 33% off retai.

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