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Results Engineering, Inc. announces the release of Worktime Workout v1.01,
a Windows-based video program designed to help prevent Repetitive Stress
Injuries through a doctor-approved exercise routine.

Worktime Workout reminds users at an interval they select to take an
exercise break, then shows full-motion videos of models performing
simple stretches.  Worktime Workout also includes on-line Ergonomics
Hints and Body Mechanics Hints to help users reduce repetitive stress
both at work and at home.

Worktime Workout starts when Windows is launched, and exercise reminders
appear automatically.  Users can choose which exercises to include in
the workout, how many repetitions to perform, and how often to do the
workout, from every few minutes to every two hours.  The program includes
twenty exercises for hand, wrist, eye, jaw, neck, shoulder, and back.  A
complete 20-exercise workout takes about five minutes.

The exercise program was developed in conjunction with Dr. Paul M. Puziss,
a Portland, OR orthopedic surgeon, and Dr. Sandra K. Landis, a Beaverton,
OR optometrist.

Worktime Workout requires a 386/SX or faster computer running Dos 5.0
or later and MS-Windows 3.1, plus VGA or better graphics and a mouse.
Only 3 Meg of free disk space is required for program and video files.
No other hardware is required.

For further information, contact

Results Engineering, Inc.                   Telephone: (503) 232-1497
P.O. Box 42395                              Compuserv: 71532,1426
Portland, OR 97242-0395                     Internet:

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