Updated March 27, 2019 09:20:36 A fitness expert is warning that a new technology called “Fray” is making the body fat of people who exercise look like a “super-sized version of the average person’s”.
“Fray is basically a way to create an image of a more ‘fitness-like’ body,” fitness expert and author John MacLeod said.
“It’s also the name of a brand of clothing, which is essentially a garment that’s made from a fibreglass material that’s used to create the body shape.”
The company says it has developed the “FryFit” technology because it is “better for our body composition”.
It is based on the technology behind Fitbit, which makes a fitness tracker that tracks activity.
However, Mr MacLeod says Fray has more potential than Fitbit.
He says that the Fitbit can be used to track a person’s heart rate and it is a great way to track how a person exercises, which could lead to a more accurate body composition measurement.
Fray does not need to be worn under a shirt.
Mr MacLeod also believes that it is better to track your progress rather than the size of your body, as this may lead to less muscle mass.
Instead, the body composition measurements should be taken at the gym.
But the fitness expert says the “fray” trend is not new.
In 2014, fitness blogger Matt McConchie wrote about how he lost about 30 kilograms in the space of a year by not wearing a shirt while exercising.
His blog, The Fitter, has been downloaded more than 300,000 times and Mr MacLodre says that he believes this is the first time that a fitness company has created a “fay-like” version of its product.
The Fitbit’s fitness tracker is designed to track activity.
(Supplied)”Fay-y” is the name given to a specific type of body fat, called “fat mass”, and it appears that it was created as a way of tracking progress rather to look like an average person.
“[The company] wants people to look ‘fit’, not ‘fat’ because fat mass is the main reason that people lose weight and don’t feel the need to eat a lot,” Mr MacLeary said.
“If you’re fat, you have less muscle and are more likely to suffer from metabolic syndrome.”
Mr McConcha, a professional cyclist, also lost about 20 kilograms in a year.
It has been suggested that Mr MacClough has lost the weight by using a combination of “fitness” products, like a weightlifting kit, and a “lean” diet.
This means that he is eating more, exercising more, and is not restricting his diet to just three meals a day.
A recent study by University of Sydney researcher Dr Joanna Williams found that using a fitness-based diet resulted in more weight loss than a standard diet.
(University of Sydney)Mr MacLeary is now using Fray, which has a range of fitness-focused features.
What he is doing is taking a fitness model and making it a “fit” model.
And this means the product is being used to measure people’s body composition, not just their weight.
That could be useful to doctors, who may need to monitor how the body looks in real-time.
Currently, Fray uses an app to measure a person by using GPS data, and then they can monitor a person with a smartphone.
As the app is developed, Mr McConca is looking to expand his product to a wider audience.
There are a number of companies that are currently working on “fit-friendly” fitness products, and they include Fitbit and Fitbuddy.
Dr Williams says that Fray is a promising technology, and that it can help people with metabolic syndrome, as well as the bodybuilder and athlete who are looking to lose weight.
“Fee is an excellent fitness product,” she said.
“It is a wearable fitness tracker, which means that it has the power to track and record the metabolic activity of a person, and it can also provide feedback on a person when their metabolic activity changes.”