Body Mechanics NYC , a luxury boutique orthopedic massage clinic is announcing their new mascot, Frank Lee Bones to their office. Frank Lee is a anatomical skeleton whose aim is to educate and promote physical health, running, tri-athletes and sport
Body Mechanics NYC, a luxury boutique orthopedic massage clinic is announcing their new mascot, Frank Lee Bones to their office. Frank Lee is a anatomical skeleton whose aim is to educate and promote physical health, running, tri-athletes and sports science.
The staff at Body Mechanics have been showing Frank Lee Bones some of the larger attractions near Grand Central Terminal.
Body Mechanics Orthopedic Massage expects that Frank Lee Bones' presence will be welcomed by the staff as well and their clientele. Frank will be adding more educational and functional information to Body Mechanics' already well informed therapists, through his Instagram page and other blogs.
About Frank Lee Bones
Frank Lee Bones is an anatomical skeleton who has just moved from Montana to New York City. He is steadily exploring the city's well known attraction such as Times Square and Grand Central Terminal. Besides exploring the city, Frank Lee Bones is also a tri-athlete competitor.
Frank Lee Bones began running at the age of three, the then found the joys bicycle riding after his father taught him how to ride his first bicycle. Shortly after learning to ride his bicycle, Frank was pushed into a local swimming hole by his friends and shockingly learned to swim in moments- the beginnings of a tri-athlete.
In his younger years, Frank learned a lot about his anatomy through various sports injuries and his own curiosity. Now in Frank's fitness practice, he makes sure to do every exercise and sport with the most bodily integrity as he possibly can-while also avoiding injury. He now seeks to educate others on physics of bodily integrity, running, swimming and cycling.
You can find out more about Frank Lee Bones on his Instagram and Twitter page @Frankleebones hash tag #frankleebones
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