WOA System

How the WOA System developed

Posted on May 11, 2013

After several surgeries and rehab sessions, Ed determined that there must be a better way.Each time he was given a Resistance Band to exercise at home.After using the Band for several minutes, it tightens and causes significant pain on his artheritic hands.Thus causing him to interrupt his workout and disrupt his routine, making the rehab session,less than perfect

Ed then talked to other patients and they all had similar results.This led him to the quest of a better and more rewarding session. It became apparent that the problem was gripping the Band. He proceeded to develop a grip that was not only comfortable but that would also adhered to his hand.This means that it requires virtually no strength to hold the grip so that if you have Arthritis in your hands you would still be able to comple a whole workout.

He also realised that with certain especially designed accessories, it becomes possible to do every exercise that could be done on a large commercial cable machine.This allows compete workouts anywhere.

Now no body has any excuse not to take care of their bodies.


Edward Gottlieb.

Crystal Lake, Illinois

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How the WOA System benefits Rehabilitation

Posted on May 10, 2013

WOA System was actually designed for Rehabilitation by a patient that realised that as important as the Resistance Bands were to therapy, it was not comfortable to use. This made it a very inefficient piece of equipment.By refining the way, the Band is used and with the help of doctors, nurses and therapists, the WOA System with its accessories, becomes the most effective way of Rehabilitation. It is used in different ways for different purposes such as injuries, joint replacement , amputies, cardiac patients, strokie patients, even exercising during pregnancy or during addiction therapies such as smoking or alcoholism.The system has already helped people with all these problems.

We are continuing to develop our products to help others in the future.


PS.: We welcome your ideas, testimonials and input that may help us improve this system more and more.

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