In This Boudoir, You Can Shape Up In Your Sleep
How do you raise your fitness level without moving a muscle? Try sleeping in an ingenious bedchamber invented by chemical engineer Igor Gamow of the University of Colorado. The fiberglass "high-altitude" compartment, 31 inches in diameter, has a pump that lowers the air pressure enough to simulate altitudes of up to 18,000 feet.
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