What You Should Know
Air Climber is a “As-Seen-On-TV” workout device that claims to offer a full cardio and strengthening workout simply by harnessing the power of air. The device contains two steps which are pressed down against the force of air contained inside the device, and two movable cables are used to pull for arm workouts. It also comes with a video workout guided by Brenda Dygraf, the United States Aerobic Champion. All of the equipment computes to $99.99 per set, and it is only purchasable through the official product website. Claiming to be easy and claiming to help dieters lose 10lbs within 10 days of use, this appears to be a simple device that caters to the beginning exerciser who wants to see quick, fast results without putting in extra effort.
Although Air Climber claims to offer quick results simply by using the device, many consumers are reporting dissimilar results. Due to these bad reviews, Air Climber is currently being featured on some scam websites because of the lack of results. For Air Climber, this is not good news. AT this time, the manufacturers of this product currently fails to back up any claims it makes about its unique device on the official website.
The Air Climber features a board with two air-filled steps, cable bars for arm support, and a small timer to time the workout. Also included is a personal training DVD guided by Air Climber’s spokesperson and United States Aerobic Champion Brenda Dygraf. There does not appear to be any modules that increase the difficulty of the workout. The workout is simple as well — press down on the air-filled steps to supposedly stimulate a grueling cardio workout while working out the legs and abdomen. Combine it with the cable bars for a full arm workout as well — or so Dygraf says. Consumers report that this workout is simple to complete, even for beginners, but the lack of challenge with the workout itself is an issue. Another issue is that consumers are reporting little results, and the stepping board provides little resistance. Furthermore, they are not reporting the “guaranteed’ promise of 10lbs within 10 days, which is leading to its reports on scam websites. For the experienced exerciser, it does not appear it may contain enough modules to challenge the body, but may provide a simple workout for those just beginning a new diet or fitness regimen.
- Is said to be a very easy workout to learn.
- May be favored at beginning fitness levels because of the easiness of the device.
- Dieters say it does provide a challenging workout.
- Does not explain how the device works to challenge the muscles by harnessing “air”.
- May be expensive for some consumers.
- May be difficult to assemble. (See reader comments.)
Air Climber appears to be made for easy fitness levels and may interest dieters at those fitness levels. For more challenging cardio support, there may be other programs more suited to those needs. Nevertheless, this unique device seems to be popular with dieters.