Fitness equipment manufacturer O2 Fitness has released a fitness product called Sharkbite Fitness that claims to be “the world’s first high performance, functional, and high performance sportbikini” and that its high-tech fittings can keep the body at its peak for hours.
The company’s website says the Sharkbite Fit is “designed to help you look your best and live your life to the fullest”.
“We take pride in creating a high performance and functional, yet stylish and comfortable body that will make you feel the most confident, fit and fit and live the life you’ve always dreamed of,” the site says.
“We know that fitness is a personal choice, and that the best way to maintain your health and wellbeing is to get the most out of it every day.”
Whether you want to keep your fitness level high or not, our fitness products can help.
“The Sharkbite fit is the company’s first fitness product that has come out of the UK and Ireland, and it has attracted international attention, including from former Olympic swimmer Dan King.
In its introduction, O2 said the Fit’s “high performance, high performance technology” allows it to keep the wearer’s body at peak performance and maintains a “breathable and comfortable fit”.”
But in an interview with The Independent, O-1 fitness guru Peter Brown said he believed Sharkbite was “a little bit of a joke”.””
Your body stays fit and your life is still full of fun and adventure.”
But in an interview with The Independent, O-1 fitness guru Peter Brown said he believed Sharkbite was “a little bit of a joke”.
“The whole concept is so stupid.
It’s like a toy, but the whole purpose of it is a little bit ridiculous,” Brown said.”
It’s not a good product.
It just seems like a very silly idea.”
Brown said Sharkbite could have come out in the UK if the government had funded the project, but O2 had failed to get regulatory approval.
“The way the regulatory system is set up, if the regulatory body doesn’t approve it, it doesn’t get approved,” Brown told the Independent.
“You can’t get approval from the regulator unless you actually have the money to do it, so you have to do what we do, which is, we fund it, we have it built, we sell it, and we fund the regulator.”
So, if we didn’t do it [financially], then they’d never approve it.
“What they are doing is a really dumb idea, but it’s not that big a deal.”
Brown also told the publication that the fitness market is still “very small”.
“It doesn’t really need to be like that,” he said.
“But it’s the small guys like O2 that need to think about how they’re going to keep up.”
O2 is also facing criticism over the company providing “fake news” to the public and over its use of “brainwashed” students in its “brainwash curriculum”.
“These kids have been brainwashed by this company, which has sold its soul for a little piece of the action,” Brown added.
“They are being taught that their minds are the only ones to decide whether to go on a diet or not.”