Would You Try The Trazer At The Fontainebleau?
Some hotels hide their gyms in the basement, others entice guests to work out with pretty water views or treadmills overlooking the pool. But in Miami—where, let's face it, the body-beautiful pressure is high—the Fontainebleau has a brand new toy it's using to tempt guests to get fit. And it's not The Situation.
It's name is the Trazer 2 and it's a "sports simulator" that "makes healthy exercise more fun." That's the official description, anyway. Then there's the Thrillist definition. To them, the Trazer 2 is "essentially an overgrown Wii designed to bring you to the brink of vomiting."
Alrighty then. Who's ready to try it?
Like its tamer cousin, the Wii, Trazer has a range of programs for different ages and abilities. You can even wear an infrared belt that lets you "act" as the player in games such as dodgeball.
At the Fontainebleau gym, trainers can help you design a challenging workout and up the ante by strapping you into resistance bands. You can see how it all works in a Thrillist video here.
We kinda hate gyms, but like playing Wii, so we could see giving the Trazer a shot on our next trip to Miami.
But a burning question remains: Is there a Trazer game where we get to be Snooki and test out our right hook?