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Love Handles for Chair and Wheelchair Exercises

  • Published: 2010-09-30 (Revised/Updated 2014-12-12) : Author: Love Handles RX : Contact: www.lovehandlesrx.com
  • Synopsis: Love Handles RX is the First Exercise Product made for Wheelchairs and Chairs so You can get Cardio while Seated.

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Love Handles RX is the First Exercise Product made for Wheelchairs & Chairs so You can get Cardio while Seated.

Love Handles RX is the first and only exercise accessory that easily attaches to wheelchairs and chairs to provide an upper-body and cardiovascular workout from a seated position.

LHRX was designed to improve fitness routines and help innovate a more independent lifestyle for fitness for those living with disability, spinal cord injuries, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Diabetes, stroke victims, Multiple Sclerosis and other health conditions.

Love Handles RX is safe and convenient providing a high energy/low-impact workout at a very affordable price. Whether your 12 or 92 years of age, Love Handles RX is an efficient way to exercise and stay active at every age and condition.

Not only do you engage your core, tone and define, and increase weight-loss, but LHRX also helps improve posture.

Love handles on wheelchair
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LHRX will be at the Medtrade Conference this November in the Hira Pavilion.

You can easily purchase a fully assembled pair that ships directly to you at www.lovehandlesrx.com

Love Handles RX is Mom and Daughter Invented new to the market in May 2010.

Love Handles has been featured on Live with Regis and Kelly, Access Hollywood, Daily Candy and several media outlets across the country.

The Fort Lauderdale business firmly believes in its social corporate responsibility and donates a percentage of sales to associated charities such as the Special Olympics.

For more information about Love Handles RX visit www.lovehandlesrx.com or speak directly with Founders Joanna James or Mary Moschos at (617) 699-2190 or info@lovehandlesinc.com

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