A nerf-powered home gym might sound like a bad idea.
But a recent report suggests that some people who are using the machine guns to enhance their fitness are actually improving their mental health.
The Nerf company, which manufactures the gun, says it is now helping people get better at their sports and are more likely to exercise at home and at the gym.
The company’s website says it has developed Nerf M3 machines with sensors that can track a person’s heart rate, blood pressure, and muscle tone, and help track how long a person is playing a video game.
The company says it developed the technology to help people better manage their fitness and reduce the strain of physical activities.
The technology is being used to help military personnel train in the gym for two weeks before a deployment.
But it’s also being used by the military to help athletes improve their strength, power, agility and flexibility in a variety of sports, from wrestling to football to weightlifting.
A study conducted by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, a nonprofit research group, showed that people who had their fitness monitored during their military deployments were more likely than the general population to use a Nerf or a Nerff gun.
Researchers analyzed data from the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
They found that soldiers who had been trained to use the Nerf gun and the Nerff machine gun at home were more than three times as likely as the general public to engage in physical activity.
In the study, researchers found that the average Nerf user had been training at home for two to three months, whereas the average gamer was in his or her early teens.
The average gamer who was trained to shoot an M3 rifle and Nerf Machine gun used about four hours per week of physical activity during the training period.
Researchers said it is not clear whether the Nerftime is a good idea for anyone.
But Nerf has long been the go-to weapon in military training.
According to a 2012 report by the Defense Logistics Agency, about 6 million machine guns were sold during the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, 2012.