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Fitness coach and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Levi Harrison joins The Doctors to share if he thinks the Mass Suit is a buzz or bust! The suit was created by former NFL pro Jesse Nicassio and Jesse is in the studio to demonstrate!
Jesse explains the suit is a full-body, fully mobile, resistance training suit. He says it enhances speed, strength, power and endurance. Athletes wear the suit to practice drills for speed and agility. Jesse says it enhances the workout to the max!
Dr. Harrison says he likes the product and gives it a buzz! However, while the Mass Suit enhances a workout, it isn’t needed for reaching your goals. Dr. Harrison reminds viewers there are simple moves like squats, sit-ups, and burpees you can do at home with no equipment needed.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork brings out a resistance band, an inexpensive tool you can use for all sorts of moves. Dr. Harrison uses the band to demonstrate exercises for the arms and the entire body. “Do something every day!” advises Dr. Harrison.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon gives the suit a try and throws some punches! Jesse points out that the suit puts you in proper posture and forces you to engage your core the entire time. Dr. Harrison says the suit can be used by trained or untrained athletes, as well as those with disabilities. It can also be used in the water for pool training. The Mass Suit retails for around $300.