2 Unusual Wooden Training Simulators of the Beekeeper

Unusual Wooden Training Simulators of the Beekeeper

Posted on July 17, 2012 by team

Novopyatnitskoye village of the Krasnoyarsk region has a beekeper Valery Titov who makes wooden training simulators with his own hands.

Valeriy is 63, he’s a psychologist by training. The idea of such apparatuses came to his mind 10 years ago. He wanted to create training simulators that would help children both physically and psychologically.

According to Valery training with such simulators help kids study better because they impact a musculoskeletal system and develop functions of an organism.

For today Valery has 5 patent apparatuses. It’s not easy for him to make them, because they do not always have electricity in the village. So sometimes it takes half a month to make one.

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2 Responses to “Unusual Wooden Training Simulators of the Beekeeper”

  1. Moola the Slave Girl says:

    This is the kind of health care inventiveness that should be rewarded with grant money to further it’s development- no wait, we need the newest machine gun first.

  2. Zaoshi says:

    Well the girl is definitely going to be beauty.

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