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Wearable Muscle Suits Want to Pump. You. Up.

by Conner Flynn
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I’m a weakling. Do you even lift bro? No. No, I do not. Well, there is the remote. I’m pretty disciplined about lifting that. Thank god I can look like a tough guy with┬áto this line of realistic wearable muscle suits available from Flex Design Costumes.

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These suits come in a variety of muscle types and colors. There are over 24 designs and will cost you anywhere from $750 – $3,500(USD), chump change compared to a personal trainer and all those steroids.

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Now we can all hulk out without having to go to the gym everyday or getting bombarded with Gamma radiation and then ripping all of our clothes to shreds when we get mad.

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Flex Design Costumes has also announced that they will be releasing a line of superhero costumes too. Suit up and get them gains!

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