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ShaToBu Shaping Tight unveiled
16
Oct '10
Building on the phenomenal success of the ShaToBu – The Workout You Wear shaper – Mayfair Tech, Inc. unveils the ShaToBu Shaping Tight – the first-ever tight scientifically proven to help women not only shape their figure, but also tone muscles and burn more calories while doing everyday activities.

Developed by Chiropractor Dr. Denise Perron, the ShaToBu Shaping Tight, High-Waist Shaping Tight and Footless Shaping Tight allow women to burn up to 12 percent more calories during daily activities, while staying fashionable for fall.

This revolutionary new shaping tight provides the same muscle toning and calorie burning benefits of the original ShaToBu shapers, while making any outfit look fashionably chic. They shape and support for an instantly sleeker silhouette and provide a light workout for more toned legs and derriere long term – all while smoothing bulges and eliminating annoying panty lines.

"ShaToBu can provide women with another tool to burn extra calories and live a healthier lifestyle overall," says Dr. Perron. "By incorporating resistance band technology into the garment, the ShaToBu Shaping Tight makes muscles work a little harder."

Independent researchers from the University of Virginia tested ShaToBu garments under controlled scientific conditions and showed that when women wore ShaToBu, their energy expenditure increased during walking and stair climbing, which translated into more calories burned.

Designed with Lycra for all-day comfort, the ShaToBu Shaping Tight is soft, snug and opaque. With a specially designed non-binding waistband, they look great with any outfit.

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