Friday, December 13, 2013
Russians do squats to ride the train
That is why the Moscow subway has taken the initiative to promote physical fitness by exercising with a vending machine that gives tickets to transiting they decide to do squats.
To install the free train station Vystavochaya, west of Russia, passengers must perform 30 squats in two minutes in front of a machine that will count the progress of the traveler.
Of course, those who wish to avoid the sweat you still have the option to pay 30 rubles ($ 0.93) per ticket.
The machine, which has prompted many to get fit, is part of a campaign by the Russian Olympic Committee to promote the Winter Olympics to be held in the country.