(Transcript) Shoulder & Waist Airbags – Titan TP-Pro Alpine Massage Chair (Video)

Titan TP Pro Alpine


Transcript of Video Titled “Shoulder & Waist Airbags – Titan TP-Pro Alpine Massage Chair”

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TP-Pro AlpineAlan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com‘ and today we’re going to discuss the shoulder airbags and the waist airbags of the Titan TP-Pro Alpine massage chair. Now, if you take a look here, you can already see these airbags inflating, behind where the shoulders would be if you were seated in here. Now, the reason I’m not sitting in it right now, and demonstrating it to you with me in it, is because it’s not quite as overt when someone’s there. You don’t see the body moving quite as much, but what these airbags do is they inflate from one side, to the other, to induce a rotation of the upper body. So, what’ll happen is these waist airbags will inflate on one side, with the shoulder airbags on the other, and it induces this rotation of the torso, and then the other airbags will inflate, and the opposite waist airbags will inflate. At times, both of them will inflate at the same time – both of the shoulders will inflate at the same time – but in the stretch program on this Alpine chair, they work one after the other, to help induce rotation of the upper body, of the torso.

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Alan: So, shoulder airbags are used differently on different chairs. You may recall from other videos that we’ve done that there’s airbags that inflate to the front of the shoulders, and pull them back, there’s airbags that inflate to the sides of the shoulders, to hold the upper body in place while the rollers go up and down. Well, on the Alpine, the shoulder airbags work from the back, and they are hidden when the chair’s not on, you can’t even see the shoulder airbags, until you turn the chair on, then you can see the airbags inflating, and you can feel it inflating, one side, and the other, and then both of them, and then the hips, or the trained waist, at the same time. Now, the wisdom in a setup like this is that many of these other chairs that have the side shoulder airbags, they have a hard plastic, or fiberglass, shoulder housing, to hold the airbags, and when you sit in there, if you have broad shoulders, or you’re a large upper-bodied person, you might find yourself too tight inside – between those shoulder housings – so it can become uncomfortable. You may not fit comfortably, you might feel a little claustrophobic, or the airbags might push you too hard, and squish you too hard, because there’s not much room – there’s no give, when those inflate, the hard outer casings, or housings, they don’t move – just the airbags move to squish you, and that might be uncomfortable, if you have broad shoulders, like I do, or if you have a large upper body.

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Alan: Well, the airbag solution, for the Alpine, for these issues, is that the airbags inflate from the rear, and when they they inflate from the rear, you can have as wide a body as you want in here, without feeling claustrophobic, or restrained. So, that is how the airbags in the shoulders, and the waist works, on the Titan TP-Pro Alpine massage chair. It’s clever for making fit right for larger-bodied people, but it also creates this nice rotation stretch of the upper – or the torso, from the waist up – it’s a great feature to have as well. So, that is the airbags of the shoulders and the waist, of the Titan TP-Pro Alpine massage chair. If you have any questions, feel free to give me a call at 888-259-5380. Otherwise, please thumbs up ‘Like’ our video, or share us on any of your social media platforms, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Plus, whatnot. We appreciate you helping us spread the word about massage chairs. I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com,’ and I will see you on the next video. Bye bye.

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