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Somax Performance Institute Announces Major Upgrade to the Power Hip Trainer

March 1, 2013

Single-disc drills DVD replaced with 2-disc DVD with more specific and effective workouts.

Tiburon, CA (PRWEB) March 01, 2013

Somax Performance Institute, the world leader in analyzing, measuring and improving sports efficiency, is proud to announce a major upgrade to its successful Power Hip Trainer, the first aerobic exercise machine to increase the strength and speed of hip rotation for golf, baseball, football, tennis, soccer, martial arts, boxing and swimming.

“Our initial DVD contained 26 drills for right and left-handed athletes,” says Institute President Bob Prichard. “The problem we found was that, left to their own devices, our customers were limiting their workouts to just 15-20 minutes, so they were missing many of the most beneficial drills. The new 2-disc DVD contains complete workouts for each week during the first month. The first week workout is 16 minutes, the second week 28 minutes, the third week 40 minutes and the fourth week and going forward 52 minutes. At 52 minutes three times a week, athletes will be training their heart as well as their hips. The fat-burning drills have enabled athletes to lose 4-6 inches off their waist.”

Power Hip Trainers sold after February 4, 2013 will have the new DVD. Those who purchased one prior to this date can order the new DVD for $45 by calling Somax at 1-800-227-6629.

Since any increase in hip speed is multiplied 10-25 times at the hand, foot, racquet and club head, and two university research studies have shown that low handicap golfers have much stronger hips than high handicap golfers, Power Hip Trainer athletes see improvements in their sports performance far beyond what they have been able to achieve with conventional strength training and coaching drills. Golfers have increased their average drive from 290 to 350 yards, baseball players have added 10 mph to their bat and pitch speed, martial artists have added 10 mph to their kick and punch speed, and swimmers have doubled their peak hand force output.

The Somax Power Hip Trainer construction

The Somax Power Hip Trainer is easy to set up and easy to store. It consists of

  •     A strong, non-slip steel base
  •     A large high-tensile strength steel spring that easily bends to accommodate different address postures, but still provides resistance to hip rotation
  •     A steel connecting tube that adjusts for different heights
  •     A padded steel hip cinch with 2” wide nylon belt to adapt to different hip girths.
  •     All parts are covered with baked-on black enamel paint for years of care-free use.
  •     A 2-disc DVD contains drills for both right and left-handed athletes.
  •     Athletes receive weekly emails containing helpful hints to get the maximum increase in hip speed with their new Power Hip Trainer.
  •     Price is only $275 plus $35 shipping and comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Videos, photos and order instruction for the Power Hip Trainer can be found at http://www.swing-speed.com

About Somax Performance Institute

Since 1970, the Somax Performance Institute has helped athletes of all ages improve their performance by improving their efficiency. Their 17 Olympic athletes have won 44 Gold Medals and have set 11 World Records. Their pro golfers have won the US Open as a rookie, improved their putting from #113 to #1, quadrupled their tour income and increased their longest drive from 295 to 400. Amateur golfers have increased their distance, lowered their handicap and eliminated back pain. One pro baseball player increased his salary from $500K to $1.75 million after Somax improved his base and bat speed, and a pro basketball player garnered a $5 million contract after Somax released the microfibers in his legs caused by lifting weights.

Contact:

Bob Prichard

Somax Performance Institute

Web http://www.swing-speed.com

Email. bprichard(at)somaxsports(dot)com

Tel. +1-415-435-9880

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