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Active Toby Active.com Staff 1,559 posts since
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Dec 13, 2007 12:38 PM

5 Worst infomercial fitness products EVER

Do you agree with this list?  http://www.thatsfit.com/2007/11/12/the-5-worst-infomercial-fitness-products-ever/

I tried the soloflex and the power glide way back in the day and agree with their place on the list. 

 

What would you add or remove and why?





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  • saraallent Active.com Staff 1,094 posts since
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    1. Dec 13, 2007 2:17 PM (in response to Active Toby)
    Re: 5 Worst infomercial fitness products EVER

    I love this post. As a self proclaimed sucker for infomercials I am proud to say I have not bought any of the products on this list. Yeah for me! I do however own a few that might be applicable to the list, including the AbChair and AbRoller. I actually liked the AbRoller so I'm not going to knock it. However, the AbChair is a different story. I spent more time watching tv in the chair then I actually did working out in it. It also took up a large portion of my living room. I would like to add it to the list of Worst Infomercial Fitness Products Ever.

     

    Another addition to the list would be the Ab Force Belt. This product claims all you have to do is wear the belt and select from 10 intensity levels to tone abs without breaking a sweat. As simple as that? Well, all I can say is that it's a good thing the product doesn't guarantee chiseled abs like the man wearing the belt in the commercial.

     

    I would subtract the Body Blade from the Worst Infomercial Fitness Products Ever because I used it for physically therapy and it was actually very useful. I think we can get some worse products before this one. Can you think of any?

     

    What do you think?

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