Get in shape by unleashing your inner horse. Prance, trot, and gallop your way to good health. Joanna Rohrback, creator of the Prancercise "fitness revolution" offers this definition of her workout technique: "A springy, rhythmic way of moving forward,similar to a horse’s gait and ideally induced by elation."
For the first time, HORIZONTAL SHOWER permits showering using the AMBIANCE TUNING TECHNIQUE while reclining. The application combines six WATER BARS recessed into a broad shower field above a reclining space, along with an eTOOL as the main operating element. Just as with VERTICAL SHOWER, with HORIZONTAL SHOWER the user can also choose from among a variety of pre-programmed choreographies, offering a range of settings for water temperature, intensity and quantity.
Just wondering how practical this would be for actually washing yourself, as opposed to lying down and getting a water massage. I'm also guessing most people wouldn't have enough water pressure in their house to install something like this. And, of course, there's no mention of price, because if you need to know how much it costs, you can't afford it.
Performance artist Stephen Sheehan's latest piece is called "Weighed down by a cushion." It consists of lying down in the middle of a Liverpool shopping center with a cushion on his chest [liverpoolecho]. He explains:
An excuse is something you have mentally placed upon yourself. The cushion is a lightweight object that I placed on my chess. I imagined this cushion as a heavy object in order to stop me from moving. We both know that the cushion and excuse could be easily removed but we choose to keep them in place to reduce the chance of disappointment or failure.
You can find many of his other performances via his facebook page, such as his piece "Standing in a box, in a field for 33 seconds."
Alex is the creator and curator of the Museum of Hoaxes. He's also the author of various weird, non-fiction books such as Elephants on Acid.
Paul Di Filippo
Paul has been paid to put weird ideas into fictional form for over thirty years, in his career as a noted science fiction writer. He has recently begun blogging on many curious topics with three fellow writers at The Inferior 4+1.
Chuck is the purveyor of News of the Weird, the syndicated column which for decades has set the gold-standard for reporting on oddities and the bizarre.
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