Since having my first Zero-G experience I've been wondering if there are any "Zero-G" gadgetsÉand guess what? There are!
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I had the opportunity to spend part of my weekend at the Fort Worth Air Show with the U.S. Army Golden Knights. I was able to ride in their plane while they jumped into the air show. What a rush that is! That afternoon, I had the privilege of flying in Fat Albert, the USMC C-130 cargo plane that belongs to the Blue Angles. The things they can do with that monster are amazing.
If the treadmill in your house is just used as a clothes hanger, you might find this a little more interesting of a workout, at least for a few days. ItÕs a Zero Gravity Treadmill. You step into it and it inflates around your legs and torso, and it supports up to 80% of your weight.
Something a little more affordable at $700É the Sanyo zero gravity foot massager. The point of having a foot massager is to relax your foot muscles and give them a break, but the zero gravity massager gives you FULL relaxation by REALLY taking the weight off.
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These Zero G radio controlled cars from Air Hogs will 'drive you up a wall'.