Having said that, the Fluidity device is mostly just good for pushups and upside down rows. It is not a complete strength training workout. For about a tenth of the price you can buy a pair of adjustable dumbbells, which are more versatile and more functional than the Fluidity bar: www.amazon.com/CAP-Barbell-Adjustable-Dumb bell-Pounds/dp/B0083QZA6W
Wow! I'm in shock. The Fluidity bar has been the piece of equipment that I have used the most. I don't really use the workouts that came with it. I use other barre workouts, but I still use the barre. When I was consistent with it, I lost 40 pounds. I think it all depends on the person. I love mine!
Fitness Minutes: (15,537)
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I'll let the consumer reviews speak for themselves:
Remember this: This people they have showing you those things didn't get that way using the equipment. They were already that way, and were hired because they had the kind of body that they want you to think this thing will give you.
Here's another great article from someone who talked to them about the claims they're making (all of which are simply untrue!)
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