Can you lose weight by doing nothing but standing on a machine?
Last Updated: 220 days ago
TAMPA, Fla. - Goga is the latest in exercise trends, but it almost looks too good to be true. You stand on an oscillating platform with the goal to jiggle your way to good health.
Goga enthusiasts said it tones and firms muscles, aids in weight loss, and even helps you sleep.
“I slept like a baby last night and like a baby the night before,” said one woman.
Frank DeStasio owns a studio near Sarasota, Florida. There are 35 others like it in the United States.
“It’s just quick and easy, you don’t sweat," said DeStasio. "You can come in in your work clothes,” said DeStasio.
He said some of the workouts only last about ten-minutes and they are as beneficial as a regular sixty minute workout.
OTHER TAMPA NEWS:
The List is celebrating Noah Webster and the American Dictionary! Webster, best known for Webster’s Dictionary, was born on October 16, 1758. We asked some Tampa college students about their recent use of the book.
Sydney Edelstein said most of her friends use the online version of the dictionary.
“Actually I had an essay due the other day so I was using a dictionary for big words,” said Edelstein.
But Erin Linsky said she still references the good old fashion paper-back version. “I do use the online dictionary, but I recently moved and I pulled one out, because I had a few of them,” said Linsky.
Here’s a word that might not be in the dictionary: Goga.
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