Rhythm Rocker Review
What You Should Know
Dieting can be tedious. Fortunately, manufacturers are constantly coming up with new ways to make exercise and weight loss exciting. The makers of Rhythm Rocker hope to appeal to your sense of fun to get you in the mood to exercise.
List of Ingredients
The Rhythm Rocker promises consumers they can easily lose 7 pounds in 7 days by simply sitting on the device and rocking or swiveling your way through the exercises. The product is designed to tone and tighten abdominal muscles, shoulders, and arms as well as strengthen the lower back and teach you all of the latest dance moves. Entire workout regimes can be replaced using this Rhythm Rocker. The seat of the product is easy to put together and lightweight so that it can be conveniently stored when not in use. The specially designed seat is used to train your body to stay in the proper position to reap the most benefits from the exercises. The cost of the product is $99 before shipping charges and taxes are applied. The purchase price includes the device, a carrying case, two introduction DVDs, a one week fat burning program, and a nutrition guide. Workout DVDs can also be purchased for an additional $59.95. Occasionally specials are offered that reduce the cost of the machine and the DVDs.
- The product can easily be purchased directly from the manufacturer online or by calling the toll free number.
- The product does not come with a money back guarantee.
- The weight loss expectations for this product are unrealistic.
- No studies are offered proving that the device is safe and effective.
- In order to make full use of the machine one must make an additional purchase to receive the workout videos.
- The cost of the machine is quite high for the service it provides.
The Rhythm Rocker certainly has a few redeeming features. It offers dieters a novel way to work in their daily exercise that appears to be fun. The weight loss claims are tempting and the product even comes with minimal advice on proper diet and nutrition. Unfortunately, the weight loss advertised with the product is almost certainly unrealistic and unhealthy. The maximum amount of weight loss one should attempt is no more than 3 or 4 pounds a week and should usually be more along the lines of 2 pounds a week. Additionally, the company offers no proof that the product works and no money back guarantee. If you are simply looking for something to spice up your exercise routine this may be a good choice. However, even if you choose to try the device you may still benefit from a more traditional weight loss supplement that will help curb your appetite in order to make staying on your diet easier. Be sure to only choose products that have been clinically proven to be safe and effective.