Human-powered grill makes you work for your food
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A Japanese Youtuber recently came up with a human-powered grill that helps you burn calories while you eat, according to Absolute General News. He posted a video on his Youtube channel demonstrating how the machine worked.
The grill generates power by an individual running in place over a yellow pad.
The fast-paced movement keeps the grill fired up, and the chef must keep up the repetitive action until the meat is cooked. But only thin strips of meat are recommended, since the grill may not cook everything evenly.
|The grill has to be fired up by running over a yellow pad.|
|The fast movement keeps the grill fired up until the meat is cooked fine.|
|It helps you burn some of those fatty calories|
|Only thin strips of meat are recommended|
Though it sounds like a hassle, grill is unlikely to make you lose weight, it can probably help you retain where you are on the weighing machine.
Pros: The grill fires up after burning up some calories.
Cons: The forced workout the special grill machine requires might not actually make you lose weight. It makes a lot of noise, and your downstair neighbors are in for some trouble if you plan to host steak parties at home.
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