Fitness Minutes: (47,657)
5,092 12/7/12 4:44 P
I don't know, I don't buy into the "ripped abs" in 3 minutes a day claim that they make. It has gotten decent reviews but I'd rather do a million plank exercises to tone my core.
Fitness Minutes: (15,545)
9,713 12/7/12 4:28 P
Save your money. Like most fitness gadgets you see about on TV, this can't do what it claims to do. Where the fat comes off your body is determined primarily by one thing: Your genetics. Not the foods you eat, not the exercises you do. Gadgets which claim to burn fat on your belly are telling you a story. ;) And not a true one, either.
Expensive gadgets only make one thing smaller: Your wallet. Skip this one.
Weight loss is calories in, calories out. You have to eat less that what you burn (through exercise and day to day living). I can't see the Ab Glider burning a whole heap of calories, so you will probably have to supplement it with other exercise, like good quality strength training and some cardio.
'Toning' will only come once the extra fat is gone. You should ST before then so you have nice muscles to show off when the time comes. Also, muscle burns more calories than fat while at rest, so that is a nice side benefit of ST.
Fitness Minutes: (120)
12/7/12 10:49 A
has anyone tryed the ab glider?if so does anyone have any real result i just ordered one from walmart
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