Meet CAR.O.L at DISRUPT SF – The game changing AI bike scientifically proven to get you thinner, fitter, faster in just 40 seconds

Turning everything you thought you knew about HIIT on its head, CAR.O.L is the state of the art, scientifically proven AI powered stationary bike that is pushing the boundaries of everything we know about exercise.
By: Caroline Ratner Communications
SAN FRANCISCO - Oct. 3, 2019 - PRLog -- Forget the spin – CAR.O.L will get you fit in 2 x 20 second sprints – this a no sweat, exercise bike that uses Artificial Intelligence to create personalised workouts that make other forms of HIIT and conventional exercise redundant.  A randomised controlled trial by the prestigious American Council on Exercise concluded that regular use of CAR.O.L doubles fitness gains and improves many key health markers.

Working out on CAR.O.L is a game changer for the time poor, the exercise haters, biohackers and the early adopters.  Working out on CAR.O.L means you no  longer need to spend hours in the gym or have gruelling session with personal trainers.

Hyper personalised and hyper effective, CAR.O.L massively outperforms the results achieved by following the government guidelines of a medium intensity exercise regime for 30 minutes, five days a week.

With 2 x 20 seconds maximally intense but very short, personalised sprints and a total 8 mins to warm up and cool down, a ride on CAR.O.L is the equivalent of a 45-minute jog. You only need to get on it three times a week to quickly reach health goals.

Other research has shown that exercising regularly on CAR.O.L can have a dramatic impact on blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity and studies have shown that using CAR.O.L has a better impact on blood sugar than regular walking for people who are diabetic or insulin resistant.

CAR.O.L, short for Cardiovascular Optimisation Logic, uses AI, based on the data it has on you (weight, body composition and other markers) to do the thinking for you, adjusting your settings in every ride to create customised programmes, that will either push you harder or slow you down, until you reach your genetic "set point" for fitness. Meaning you reach your fitness and weight loss goals faster than with any other form of HIIT or traditional exercise regimes.


CAR.O.L works by targeting your thigh muscles, and the glycogen in them, the biggest stores of sugar in your body. Our thigh muscles do not like to give up their energy source because our lizard brain is programmed to be able to escape danger as fast as possible at all times, so, we need that energy to RUN on command. Working these muscles to their absolute max on CAR.O.L, creates rapid depletion of glycogen, which is the sugar is stored in your thigh muscles. Your body starts to urgently look for sugar and fat stored elsewhere in your body to replace the glycogen lost during the 20 second sprint.  The sprints also set in motion a series of other molecular changes that make you fitter, leaner, healthier.
  1. American Council of Exercise research article here
    What are the acute and chronic responses to reduced exertion high intensity training?
    American Council of Exercise

  2. CAR.O.L Intense Protocol - here
    Towards the minimal amount of exercise for improving metabolic health: beneficial effects of reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training
    Richard S. Metcalfe, John A. Babraj, Samantha G. Fawkner, and Niels B. J. Vollaard

  3. CAR.O.L Fat Burn protocol - here
    The effects of high-intensity intermittent exercise training on fat loss and fasting insulin levels of young women
    EG Trapp, DJ Chisholm, J Freund, and SH Boutcher
CAR.O.L is available to buy for $3000 from the CAR.O.L website and financing options are available.

Caroline Ratner
Source:Caroline Ratner Communications
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