So while I’m working through my legal options with playing music in the background of my ROM workout videos, some friends have come to my aid. Up this week is Tripp Fuller from Homebrewed Christianity, who recorded an awesome custom version of Bill Mallonee’s “Nothing Like a Train” just for your viewing pleasure! And if you want to hear Tripp’s MP3-quality rendition (without all the sweat and gears), check it out right here.
Now, for the workout itself: Every day I do the ROM, it’s getting better and harder. Better, because (with the help of amazing ROM phone coaches like Tom, Britt & Angela) my form is getting better. Harder, because the more effort you put into the workout (enabled through better form), the more the centrifugal flywheel works you. The result is deeper breathing and stronger metabolism for the rest of the day – which is, I’m finding, how the ROM works.
I totally dig the tag line. ROMulate is a phrase you could use in so many ways.
You are SO utterly ROMulous, Mike. Well done. Keep it up!
What do you put in your hair????
For those that don’t know that machine is awesome. I tried it and it’s very ROMulating
Ahhh yes, ROMulicious! Thanks Mike and Tripp.
wow… my back hurts just watching that.
Hi Mike, new follower here. Are you still using the ROM 10 years later? Is it worth the purchase?
Hi Dean, thanks for landing here! Yes I do still use my ROM, a decade and three moves later! Though not always as often as I’d like. It’s so well-built, though, and still in excellent shape. I am too when I use it. 😉