"Playing laser tag to get fit"
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Playing laser tag to get fit
Pop this bad boy on.
Lazrfit is an updated version of laser tag, it's basically a new sport where laser tag meets Fitness.
You're gonna come for a class, you're gonna warm you up, and then you're gonna go for two rounds.
You're gonna run, it's amazing cardio.
You're gonna squat, you're gonna jump, you're gonna sweat.
But you don't feel the work, because you're actually having fun.
We really [UNKNOWN] the whole process, the rules of the game, the equipment.
The speed is really the huge difference between
Laser tag and this, because of the mat on the floor and the fact that there's a lot of space you can actually run and that gives you enough speed to actually use the ledge on the mobile to actually pop on it.
So you have targets on the handle.
You have targets on the holster, movement sensors in the handle, in the holster as well.
Counting the calories to recover your equipment.
They have to move all the time because when you get hit the only way to actually start playing again is by moving.
The equipment glows in blue when you become the leader.
So we basically create a ball In laser tag.
Laser Fit is an awesome way to do a sport when you don't like sport.
When you don't like to run, when you feel like fitness is boring.
The way it's set up is basically take an intro class and then if you like it and you want to come back, we have packages and we have membership.
It's the same way as taking another other fitness class.
And we have people that start coming back just because it's very addictive.
It's an awesome new sport.
It's laser tag.
I mean, every kid in the world would tell you, it is fun.
When they said you're gonna sweat, look at this.
You can't fake this.
This is the real deal.
So Lazer Fit, check it out here on Los Angeles.
It was a blast.
I mean, that was just awesome.
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