Wonder Core Smart product line review: Wonder core vs Wonder core...

Wonder Core Smart and wonder Core 2 are meant to provide different body workouts especially the core and arms workouts and help strengthen the abdominal muscles. Although they claim to be unique workouts, there is NOT much unique about them. Besides, almost all of the movements are assisted by the machine's spring-loaded design, thereby decreasing the machine's efficiency because essentially it's doing the work for you. If you are a new exerciser with a smallish budget who doesn’t have room for bulky exercise equipment, the Wonder Core Smart as seen on TV can help you to get your fitness journey underway. If you are overweight, using the device alone won’t enable you to look like the people in the ad who are actually doing a broad range of exercises and eating carefully. The design of this equipment and its workouts can NEVER burn more calories than conventional fat burning workouts. That's part of the reason why all those crunches and as-seen-on-TV devices don't give you a six-pack. Besides, to lose belly fat you need to LOSE FAT throughout the body, because FAT is not something that will come off from specific spots. Based on consumer feedback, it seems like it’s more beneficial to those who are just getting back into fitness, older people or who may suffer from arthritis, back pain, or other types of chronic injury. If you’re already reasonably fit and looking to build abs and lose belly fat, there are better options out there.

John Abdo’s Ab doer and Abdobics review: Can Ab doer twist...

All Ab doer products are meant to provide core workouts and help strengthen the abdominal muscles. Although they claim to be unique workouts (ABDOBICS), there is NOT much unique about them, for example stability ball workouts and side to side abs twist are much common and popular workouts that essentially do the same. The claim that Ab doer products like 360 burn a lot of abdominal fat is also quite questionable. The design of this equipment and its workouts can NEVER burn more calories than conventional fat burning workouts. That's part of the reason why all those crunches and as-seen-on-TV devices don't give you a six-pack. Besides, to lose belly fat you need to LOSE FAT throughout the body, because FAT is not something that will come off from specific spots. Based on customer feedback for previous Ab Doer models, it seems like it’s more beneficial to those who are just getting back into fitness, older people or who may suffer from arthritis, back pain, or other types of chronic injury. If you’re already reasonably fit and looking to build abs and lose belly fat, there are better options out there.

Hip Hop Abs review: Is it a good program to build...

REVIEW OVERVIEWCostSafetyEffectivenessUser reviewsSUMMARYCreators of programs like Hip hop abs, Insanity, P90X fuel "anti-weight training" propaganda. And "muscle confusion", the concept on which they back their claims is largely...

Zantrex 3 for weight loss: Scam or the real deal?

REVIEW OVERVIEWCostSafetyEffectivenessUser reviewsSUMMARYThe consensus is the Zantrex 3 ingredients are ineffective. The company also had several consumer complaints and a bad history with FDA. Consumers didn't like the...

Take Shape for life review: Is it any good?

REVIEW OVERVIEWCostSafetyEffectivenessUser reviewsSUMMARYIt's a meal replacement diet plan with lots of variety and good health mentors. The program includes some good recipes. But not all users find the...

Slim Fast informational review: Should you try this?

REVIEW OVERVIEW Cost Safety Effectiveness User reviews SUMMARY SlimFast meal replacements don’t offer the nutritional benefits of whole foods -- they can be ‘incomplete’, which in the long term can lead to vitamin or...

Is Quick Trim the best weight loss aid?

REVIEW OVERVIEW Cost Safety Effectiveness User reviews SUMMARY Lack of science behind their claims is the primary reason that we have reservations about recommending this as an effective diet supplement to our readers. We...

It Works Body Wraps Review: Does it really work for weight...

If it's a weight loss product, this would be one of the most ridiculous weight loss products out there. However, a closer look at the product reveals it is marketed as skin tightening/contouring product. There may be some temporary cosmetic changes at the skin surface, but these should not be confused with fat or weight loss. The wraps are generally safe, notwithstanding any underlying medical conditions which might be worsened by the wraps. Weight loss results are not clinically proven and if any, are only for the short term. The body wraps can cause a temporary loss of water from the area where you use it. However, it would not take long for the fluid to flow back to the area and restore the original position. The company is silent about this aspect. There is a no return policy unless the product is unused/unopened. Whether or not the product "works" depends on your own expectations. Online reviews are divided down the middle with slightly more negative reviews than positive ones.