What You Should Know
The Ab-Doer was developed by Thane International Inc. and promises to replace traditional crunches and sit-ups. It is a small machine that claims to mimic the movement of an upright machine, strengthen and tone the abdominal muscles and reduce the size of the users waist. The Ab-Doer can be used by both men and women and by people of almost all fitness levels. It claims that most other abdominal machines on the market only tone and strengthen the muscles and do not decrease the size of the waist, but it can. This machine boasts that it will flatten the stomach, cinch the waistline and eliminate love handles in a matter of weeks without putting stress on the spine like traditional abdominal and core exercises may do.
The Ab-Doer features a padded seat so that users can remain comfortable throughout their entire workout. The Ab-Doer also includes a DVD (specifying six-pack attack, fat blast and back and spine conditioning), and instruction manual and a nutrition plan. This machine boasts and ergonomic design that allows users to take the pressure off their spine while exercising. This machine also comes with a nutrition plan so users can develop better eating habits as they tone and strengthen their abdominal and core muscles.
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- This machine allows users to gain flexibility in their lower back.
- The Ab-Doer claims to be easy to put together and requires no tools for assembly.
- The machine folds down flat so that it can be stored easily.
- The Ab-Doer includes a massage roller that offers a gentle back massage while users are exercising.
- This machine claims to eliminate the need for traditional crunches and sit-ups.
- The Ab-Doer claims to provide an aerobic workout as well as a toning and strengthening workout at the same time.
- This machines claims the ability to trim, tone and strengthen the lower and upper abdominal muscles, the lower back muscles and the obliques.
- The Ab-Doer does not help users tone other areas of the body.
- Though this machine does promise an aerobic workout, it will not be effective enough for those seeking major weight loss.
- The Ab-Doer may not be able to accommodate those with significant weight to lose.
- This machine may not be ideal for those with spinal injuries.
- This machine relies on the user’s drive and willpower, so if you’ve had problems losing weight via exercise in the past then this might not be for you.
The Ab-Doer doesn’t really stand out from the rest of the abdominal exercise equipment available today. If you’re focused on your abs, it could be a good choice but ab toning doesn’t necessarily lead to instant weight loss. There is no absolute evidence to prove that this machine will work for everyone. Users will need to assess their health and fitness goals and decide if using the Ab-Doer is right for them.