AlterG unveils the M300 anti-gravity treadmill, features NASA tech



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Like exercise? Like outer space? You may be in luck. AlterG has just unveiled it’s M300 line of anti-gravity treadmills. The series features technology that was first pioneered at the venerable NASA. It was originally developed to help with physical training after an injury. However, it is now being released into the consumer sector because the technology allows you to run or walk at a fraction of your body weight, thus limiting possibility of a strain or injury. It’ll set you back $24,500 but that’s a small price to pay for almost, sort of, going to space.

Now if only we can get AlterG to work on a hoverboard. Weren’t we promised that by now?

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