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CAR.O.L – A.I. Assisted H.I.T Bike

Experience Car.o.l in NYC

CAROL, an AI Cardiovascular Optimization Logic, is a networked bike with automated and laser-controlled resistance, patented advanced bio-signal processing and which not only watches your performance, but her algorithms respond by automatically pushing you harder in subsequent rides or relaxing your ride if you’ve had a bad day. And it all happens automatically. You just log in and ride.

Based on the scientifically proven protocol, CAR.O.L. gives you the ability to exercise for the shortest possible time with the greatest benefits. CAR.O.L. is the very first system that delivers this scientifically proven protocol outside of laboratories.

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After CAR.O.L depletes your glycogen, the thigh muscles begin to panic because who knows what dangers are lurking. Without the energy to take you to safety, your species will be extinct.

So, sugar shifts from anywhere in your body into your thighs to be stored as glycogen and reused. Insulin is needed to drive the sugar into muscle. After just 4-8 weeks of regular use, your body becomes very insulin sensitive – about 28% or more.

When you have less insulin floating about, you will metabolize sugar and fat like a hungry wolf.


Why are kids always running around? Because they have thousands more mitochondria than adults do. Mitochondria are the body’s energy factories. The more you have, the more energy you produce, even when resting.

CAR.O.L forces you into anaerobic exercise that requires massive amounts of energy. You signal to your body that if it doesn’t step up, your species will be extinct.

Humans have survived through the ages because of their superior ability to adapt to their environment. Your very intelligent body will now ‘adapt’ to give you what you need – a stronger heart, more bendy arteries, more oxygen carrying capacity and a higher rate of metabolism at rest.

Research Articles

2 sprints are all you need

A comparison of the health benefits of reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training (REHIT) and moderate-intensity walking in type 2 diabetes patients

José S. Ruffino, Preeyaphorn Songsorn, Malindi Haggett, Daniel Edmonds, Anthony M. Robinson, Dylan Thompson, and Niels B.J. Vollaard

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CAR.O.L Intense Protocol

Read the peer-reviewed evidence programmed into CAR.O.L.

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CAR.O.L Fat Burn protocol

The effects of high-intensity intermittent exercise training on fat loss and fasting insulin levels of young women

EG Trapp, DJ Chisholm, J Freund, and SH Boutcher

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CAR.O.L Intense Protocol

Towards the minimal amount of exercise for improving metabolic health: beneficial effects of reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training

Richard S. Metcalfe, John A. Babraj, Samantha G. Fawkner, and Niels B. J. Vollaard

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