It’s clear that working out and being comfortable are definitely not meant to go together, as shown by this wacky gadget. By rigorously twisting from side to side, apparently, any posture issues would disappear.
Wow, imagine that. Who needs a chiropractor or a physiotherapist? The chair also has an attachment that lifts the chin which looks very, very dangerous. Eeek! Use this with extreme caution.
Sure, this one kind of reminds us of a waist trainer, and also the air belt, but believe us, this one’s different. Or that’s at least what their marketing has been trying to sell us.
According to a campaign in a magazine, the product is only meant to be worn for an hour a day, with results of losing up to 6 inches around the waist. Hmm... if only such things were possible.
No longer reserved for children or the children’s playground, the Monkey Bars are actually a very useful, challenging piece of workout equipment. Monkey-Bar-gyms are starting to pop up across the globe.
Develop your grip, improve wrist and shoulder strength and also get some more core power by giving these a go. Let your inner child out and grab onto those bars.
Ever heard of this? Born a few decades ago, Tae Bo is a style of training that combines martial arts and Thai kickboxing. That means high cardio all around! It was developed by Billy Blanks and was all the rage during the 90s.
To be honest, this is one of the less crazy exercise regimes we’ve heard of. Sounds like a great way to get some aggression out of your system while toning your body.
Ah, look no further than the stomach roller for those hotly-desired toned abs! This kind of looks like the massage beads you see on driver’s chairs, right? It also kind of looks like those tough foam-rollers you’d buy to get the knots out of your body.
But to train your abs? Gosh, no thanks! This looks downlight barbaric. Our poor abs. We’ll stick to crunches, thanks.