I’ve conducted fully scientific and inebriated experiments on these new hologram bracelets that are supposed to increase balance, and my final conclusion is that they’re all nonsense. Sure, I was suckered out of $30 on Venice Beach when I took part in the same balance test that the guys at Team Titan placed on Brad Pickett. The pseudo-science behind the bracelet is that each one has a hologram built into it that emits ‘good’ frequencies which interferes with your bodily frequency and creates a barrier that protects you from other dangerous and scary frequencies like…cell phone signals. Don’t even try to wrap your mind around that explanation, it will only give you a headache. Go drop your hard-earned money somewhere else, like perhaps a Brian Ebersole Hairrow shirt. Now check out this Whoa! TV/MiddleEasy gym expedition at Team Titan in London.