Bodybuilding Bishop from Hamilton launches workout device (L.A. PARKER COLUMN) – Trentonian

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A local Hamilton preacher who delivers inspirational guidance for mind and soul now offers hard core advice for your body.

Bishop E. Earl Jenkins, of True Love Center, who looks more like an NFL linebacker than liturgist, hopes to raise the bar on exercise equipment. Don’t let the abs, biceps and buttocks fool you, Jenkins nears 60 with a body build that looks half his age.

Part entrepreneur, entertainer and evangelist, Jenkins created, patented and released the Core Champion Push Up Bar, guaranteed to improve all aspects of the human body for those determined to exercise determination.

Jenkins, 59, of Columbus, launched his apparatus in mid-September, a public presentation that ended years of research and development.

“It’s been nine years in development and I feel like a weight’s been lifted off my shoulders,” Jenkins said.

“I can say that I’ve been excited about the journey which strengthened my faith on many levels. A lot of what my team and I faced during this process required faith.

“Me, personally. I encountered challenges that were unfamiliar to me. I went back to school, had to learn about how bodies function, and had to learn about business. I enjoyed every moment.”

Jenkins had always celebrated physical accomplishments and pushing workouts to the limit. An injury served as genesis for the Core Champion Bar.

“After training for 35+ years with dumb bells I suffered a tear in my elbow. So, I invented the Push-Up Core Bar to increase metabolic and core strength using a person’s intrinsic body weight. The patented, multi-grip design reduces the risk of sprains and joint pain,” says Jenkins.

Jenkins notes a short, focused workout with the Push-Up Core Bar will leave exercisers feeling energized and accomplished!

“I believe the bar is a testament that through education, dedication, and exercise with the appropriate equipment, we can all attain our highest level wellness,” Jenkins claims.

The apparatus allows over 80 different exercises that you can perform in combinations and sets. The durable bar with a payload of 350 pounds, measures just 37 inches in length and 15 in width.

The bar weighs just 12.5 pounds and enhances exercises with a curved base that improves balance, plus, activates and stabilizes muscle groups to improve ability to lift heavier weights and move quicker.

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L.A. Parker is a Trentonian columnist. Find him on Twitter @LAParker6 or email him at [email protected]

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