How do you get a man to wear a girdle? You call it a "core precision undershirt," of course. This man-girdle by Australian manufacturer Equmen was designed collaboratively by “physiotherapists, ergonomic consultants, and athletic garment engineers.”
They got together and came up with something called “helix mapping.” Which basically means they’re selling a man-girdle, but they can’t call it that because that sounds awful.
So get your helix-mapped core precision undershirt here for just $89. Don’t your core muscles feel destabilized sitting there all un-girdled? You look like a fool.
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