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1990's INFOMERCIAL HELL #11: Exerlopers: "Jump higher, jump faster" with bouncy shoes!

"Running . . . where's the fun" Apparently, it's in Exerlopers, plastic boots with bouncy "carbonite spring soles" to help you jump higher, jump faster and j...

Exerlopers!

Why run when you can Exerlope?!? The exercise craze of 1993... or not. These things look dangerous, especially when they show the guys dunking...

Heartbeat to Midi: No filtering

Made using the sensor from exerlopers, but no filtering on the input heartbeats. http://foulab.org/en/user/strawdog/HeartBeat.

1990's INFOMERCIAL HELL #2: Easy Step by Fitness FX "Step step step to a fitter, trimmer you!"

Another commercial that tormented many a shift worker in the 1990's. Just dig buddy's hot pink spandex workout shorts.

Interesting Statue Observation

An interesting observation regarding a garden fountain and it's apparent fondness of golden showers. The Onision site: http://www.onision.net.

IM FEELIN SKINNY TONY

rollerblading in spandex in beach parking lots are fun.

Crazy Twin Midgets Infomercial LMAO

These guys mean business! Only in America I tell you.

Infomercial: The Way It Should Be

Daniel Schwartz here with your all-new product!

Two Amateur Rollerskaters Collide

The video shows two friends of mine trying to perform an advanced under the legs maneuver, but instead mess up and end up colliding into one another. The bes...

How to "Really" Dunk

How to dunk streets style.

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