Fortex Electronic Upp Review

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The Fortex – electronic upper body resistance trainer is created by the makers of the Flex Belt. The machine looks like a bicycle pump turned on its side. There is a male and female version of the Fortex – electronic upper body resistance trainer. The official website for Fortex sells both the electronic upper body resistance trainer and the Flex Belt. There is a clinical study listed supporting claims of increased workout intensity and results using the Fortex – electronic upper body resistance trainer. Each machine is programmed with four workouts that should be followed four times a week for four weeks to achieve ultimate results.

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Fortex – electronic upper body resistance trainer.

Product Features

The male and female versions of the Fortex-electronic upper body resistance trainer are programmed to work all upper body muscles with four exercises. The exercises include a front press, back press, overhead press and front pull. Positive and negative resistance is used to achieve optimal results. The electronic tracker helps the user challenge them from one workout to the next. For instance, if the user completed 25 overhead presses during the previous workout, that number is displayed on the unit during the next workout. The aim is to beat the previous number every time. We like the self-challenge aspect of the Fortex – electronic upper body resistance trainer, but there are negatives.

No diet plan is included with the machine, so the dieter trying to add weight training to a cardio routine may not have the support they desire. The machine only works upper body muscles so the user will need to include a lower body workout to balance upper and lower body muscles. The resistance training program does not stimulate cardiovascular strength or an increase in metabolism, so the dieter will also need to follow a cardio routine.

The Fortex – electronic upper body resistance trainer, or Fortex Flex, sells for $129.99. The buyer has the option to add the Flex Belt to the order for an additional $200. There is a 60-day money-back guarantee for a refund, minus shipping and handling costs.

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Advantages

  • The Fortex – electronic upper body resistance trainer is clinical proven.
  • There is an official website with customer service and online ordering.

Disadvantages

  • Focuses on upper body muscles only.
  • Does not support lower body strength.
  • Does not increase metabolism or fat burn.
  • The company attempts to sell other products with the Fortex.

Conclusion

The Fortex – electronic upper body resistance trainer is designed to mimic upper body weight training exercises with a small, portable fitness machine. There is a version for males and females and we assume the male version is slightly tougher than the female version. Without cardio exercise the dieter will not lose weight.

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