On February 18, 2020, Dr. Sridhar Ramaswamy, the founder and chairman of the New York-based treadmill company Omni-Trainer, is due to deliver his inaugural keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
The company, based in Palo Alto, California, makes a variety of treadmill accessories and is the first company to sell a direct-to-consumer treadmill.
While Ramasowary’s talk, entitled What if You Could Walk on the Treadmill of Your Dreams?
is an introduction to the company’s latest offering, OmniTrainer’s own treadmill product, Exerpeutics, is the subject of an upcoming documentary film titled Omni Trainer: Inside the Company, starring Tilda Swinton.
In the film, Swinton plays the co-founder of Omni Trainer, Dr Sridar Ramasawamy, and the film traces the life and rise of the company.
“Dr. RamasWamy has been a visionary for the last few years,” Swinton tells the audience during the screening.
“He’s been in the fitness business for the better part of the last decade.
And he’s a visionary in this space, because he’s so well respected by the fitness industry.”
While the company may have recently made a name for itself with its Omni Training and Exerpeutical products, Ramasweramy told Wired he had been thinking about a more holistic solution to the problem of treadmill injuries for years.
“I realized that I have a problem with a particular type of injury, that it’s associated with some sort of an orthopedic injury,” he said.
“I have to take care of my body and then my mind.
That’s what I have to do.”
“So, if you can walk on it, you can do whatever you want,” Swintons comments.
“You can take a treadmill to work, you just need to walk on one, and you can go out there and walk and run.
And I think that’s a really powerful message.”
Dr. Srivatsri Ramaswal, who has also co-founded the Omni Trainers’ Exerpoutic treadmill.
The OmniTrainersExerpoutics product was introduced in March, 2020.
The product is designed to be used on people who suffer from an orthopaedic injury.
The Exerpedic treadmill is designed for people with mobility impairments.
(Image credit: Omnitrainer)Ramaswary explained that, since he had recently had an injury to his right leg, he decided to develop the Exerputics product to address the problem.
He said that he had to spend time training and working on his physical fitness to get the product to market.
He also said that the company has recently made some progress in the area of orthopecia.
The ExerPutics product is aimed at people with orthopedics problems.
The company claims that it can help improve the function of the knee joint, stabilize the hip and provide “better flexibility and proprioception for walking.”
In a statement, the company said that it is “designed for individuals with a knee injury.”
The product was also designed to help with flexibility and control of movement in people who have mobility impairements.
In an interview with Wired, Dr Ramaswatamy described the design of the Exercis products as a way to provide a “more personal approach” to people with an orthostatic intolerance.
According to the Omniprovextreme.com website, the Exergopyrs are designed to provide “more precise control of walking.”
In his introduction to Exercis, Ramhaswamy said that there are currently over 100,000 people in the world who suffer orthopedically-related injuries.
His company hopes to create a product that “will help more people, especially women, live their lives with a sense of balance and a sense that they’re doing what’s best for them.”
The film, which will be released in November 2020, will focus on Omni’s products and its founder.
The film will focus primarily on the company and its executives, as well as the products it offers.
When asked about the documentary, Swinton told the BBC, “I think Dr. Ramwamy is a really inspiring man and I think his message is really important for us to talk about.”
When we asked Swinton for her thoughts on the film and Omni, she said that she believes the film will resonate with viewers and encourage them to support the company financially.
Swinton also shared that she hopes that the film inspires people to find more ways to help people with their health issues.
Ramaswatary told Wired that Omni has made significant progress