November 23, 2011
At Nexersys, we are pretty pumped up. Last month, we officially introduced our Nexersys, our brand new, interactive fitness equipment. On October 7th and 8th of 2011, at the UFC Fan Expo in Houston, Texas, the perfect venue to showcase our launch and to connect with legions of UFC fans to demonstrate the innovation that is poised to fuel a revolution in UFC fitness.
Our goal at the UFC Fan Expo wasn’t only to show off our labor of love with both the Nexerys Home and Commercial Editions, we had fans of all ages actually try out our fitness equipment and quickly break a sweat. Oscar Carrera, a Navy Medic stationed at Fort Sam Houston, TX, walked away the winner of our contest giveaway. Oscar, not only took home his new Nexersys UFC fitness machine, he received a Bluetooth headset, wireless heart rate monitor, Nexersys gloves, Nexersys hand wraps, and a 3-year electronics extended warranty. While our booth was packed, but that didn’t stop “The California Kid”, Urijah Faber from stopping by to chat and sign autographs for fans. We are also proud to support Chael Sonnen who has reportedly accepted a rematch with Anderson Silva. Chael was unable to make it to our booth, but he made sure to show us some love via Twitter.
For those of you still trying to discover what the Nexersys is all about, this fabulous fitness machine consists of seven strike pads located at key target zones (head, body & legs), designed for bilateral movement and reactive resistance to provide resistance for strikes and kicks. Yet, the graphical user interface (GUI) makes training fun and interacts with the user, providing critical feedback and guidance. What’s more, Nexersys gets to know how you exercise in order to help steer you to the next level of training. Additionally, there are dozens of Hip Hop, Rock, Techno and Pop music tracks that were created to enhance each workout experience.
This is no ordinary fitness equipment. If you want UFC fitness level training, intense cardio, core exercise and fun then you will find that the Nexersys does it all.