Like many pieces of equipment, the vibration exercise fitness machine boasts the results of a toned, slim body — and with no work at all.
We hate to break it to you, but a crazy-looking piece of equipment isn’t going to get you overnight washboard abs. It’s hard work, diet, and exercise. *mic drop*.
Euro Plate from Vibraslim
Harnessing the power of vibration, the “Euro plate” claims to sculpt your physique by using vibration training.
The claim is that you “work, tone and build your muscles in your own home in just 10 to 15 minutes a day”. Apparently, it also builds bone mass and might even help people with osteoporosis. Time to get shaking!
Wiggle wiggle wiggle — that should be the catchphrase for this gym gadget. Definitely on the er, crazier-looking side, is the Bodyblade.
It’s essentially a blade, with a handle in the middle. You then grip it and wiggle it. It's a little more of a bland than a blade to us, but hey, whatever get's your blood pumping!
The Prostate-Gland Warmer
Well, you can’t make this stuff up, can you?! Apparently, this was an electric cord with an er…plug that was inserted into a man’s backside with a blue light bulb on the other end.
This is definitely the weird side of the internet folks. Anywho, apparently, this was going to stimulate the er, “abdominal brain.” The way you know it works? The lightbulb flashes on.
Yes, you heard right, one of the recommended exercises is the “Surprised Puppy Dog.” We’re telling you now, we badly wanted this to be a joke and not a real thing that was mass-produced.
Alas, not the case — the bandage-like piece of equipment definitely seems crazier than most. Who knew your face also needed a workout?