The idea of "no pain, no gain" traces back as early as the second century when Rabbi Ben Hei Hei wrote, "According to the pain is the gain."
Then, in 1650, Robert Herrick titled a poem: No Pains, No Gains.
If little labour, little are our gains: Man's fortunes are according to his pains.
— Hesperides 752
Later, Benjamin Franklin shared this line in The Way to Wealth (1758): "There are no gains, without pains."
Finally, in the 1980s, Jane Fonda truncated and popularized the phrase "No pain, no gain" in her workout videos.
But is it true?
Do humans really have to endure pain in order to workout, gain muscle, and improve their life and health?
We don't think so.At least, not those who love innovation and are tired of working out with sore muscles.
Destroying the "No Pain, No Gain" Myth
What if there were a way for athletes and fitness fanatics to cut out the pain and still have the gain?
So they could:
- Workout harder
- Heal faster
- Reduce inflammation
- Align their body
- Connect their body with the mind
What Is A Kailo Pain Patch?
Kailo is a high-tech pain patch made up of nanocapacitors designed to act as bio-antennas that help your body say "no" to the pain and "yes" to the gain.
In short, Kailo is nanotech — the future of pain relief.
The Kailo pain patch has built-in nanotechnology designed to interfere with the way your body interprets pain. The result: reduced or eliminated pain within seconds — and with zero medication.
Kailo's nanocapacitors are designed to match the electrical frequencies in your body, enhancing the communication between your brain and your pain — and causing an electrochemical reaction that eases your sore muscles.
Plus, Kailo is:
- Reusable — one Kailo pain patch can be used for several years when well maintained to say "no" to pain
- Waterproof — you can wear Kailo in the shower, at the beach, or in the rain
- Unlimited — you can wear Kailo 24/7 anywhere and everywhere
- Safe — Kailo was developed for the military with zero medication and zero addictions
Does Kailo Really Work to Relieve Pain?
Yes. Kailo really does work to stop pain.
The best way to find out if Kailo will work for your pain is to try it yourself risk-free for 30 days. If it doesn't work, send it back for a full refund with no questions asked. No pain, no gain.
Here's what people are saying about Kailo.
I’m 42 years old and in fair shape. I decided to hike an 11,000+ foot peak with my 17-year old son who is in excellent shape and runs cross country competi-tively. My son slowed his pace so that we could hike together and we made the round trip in 8 hours. During the entire hike, I wore a Kailo patch in each of my back pockets. For the next three days my son complained of sore leg muscles and had trouble climbing stairs. I never had a single sore muscle. I at-tribute it to wearing the Kailo patches.”
– Stuart Fetzer
How to Say No to Pain and Yes to Gain
Are you ready to get some gain without the pain — and take your workout to a new level?
Your body thrives on exercise and movement. If pain is slowing you down, it is harming you, not helping you.
The trite saying "no pain, no gain" is outdated.
With Kailo, you can get the exercise you need — and leave the pain behind.
Try Kailo risk-free today.
If Kailo doesn't make your workout better and your recovery faster, send it back for a full refund.
March 9th, 2020 by John Ford and compiled by numerous media and web sources.