Booty Slide Review
What You Should Know
Rebecca Kordecki is celebrity fitness instructor and certified personal trainer. In her circle, she is known as the Booty Guru. She engages in personal training as well as promotes her fitness routine, Booty Slide. This fitness program uses proven techniques to improve core strength and tighten lower body muscles. Unlike similar “sliding” devices, the Booty Slide is low-impact. Virtually any fitness type has the ability to perform the routines. The product is only available n the official website for the affordable $19.99. Is this the answer to fitness? We will see.
List of Ingredients
- Booty Slide is a low-impact fitness system focusing on strengthening the lower body and core.
Booty Slide is a fitness routines designed to tone and tighten the core, abdominal region as well as the glutes. There are for routines in the program, including, Cardio Extreme, Core Plus, Booty Blast and Sculpt, Tone and Burn. Booty Slide is low-impact and lasts approximately 45 minutes. The program is designed to provide results within eight weeks. Dieters have the ability to purchase the product on the official website for $19.99. Aside from the DVD’s, individuals receive a pair of booties, two knee sliding pads and two hand sliding pads.
As we researched the product, we noticed there was no new information provided setting Booty Slide apart from the rest of the industry. The exercises merely focus on the core and lower body. There is little attention given to upper body. A concern we found relating to the product was the lack of focus on diet. Exercising is great, but without proper diet and supplementation, all efforts are for naught.
- The product is affordable.
- The Booty Slide is compact.
- There are no clinical trials or scientific research associated with the product.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- The product does not address diet or supplementation.
- Performing the exercises as designed requires prior core strength.
- Performing the exercises incorrectly could potentially lead to injury.
We like As Seen on TV products. Through careful marketing, the products engage individuals and encourage buying of the product. The concern we have with said products is the effectiveness. There is no guarantee the Booty Slide will actually work. The product has a celebrity trainers and an Olympic gold medalist endorsing the product, but there is no information relating to clinical trials or scientific research. We also noticed the product does not offer new information differentiating the product from proven techniques. Performing squats, lunges and abdominal exercises have the same effect as the Booty Slide.