This one reminds us of a shake weight, but the ad tells us, this is “not boring…this you will not soon forget.” Yes, we definitely will not forget how this flexible dumbbell looks.
The “Free Flexor” uses “circular strength technology” to make your muscles contract up to 300 times a minute. Wow! We are SO not sold on this er…interesting looking piece of equipment. But check it out, it looks like a real laugh.
Ugly sneakers = a better backside? Well, that’s what Skechers tried to sell the world, with their “Shape-Ups.” These platform sneakers, with a “rolling bottom and kinetic wedge” actually came under fire after a class-action lawsuit was brought against the shoes.
I think we can stick to "these 'shoes' are made for walking" and not for shaping you up.
Not going to lie here, but this piece of equipment looks like something your pet would enjoy pulling apart. However, the enticing offer of 20 dynamic exercise workouts is almost too good to refuse. It’s kind of like a lounger you’d find by the pool, with ankle and armbars to keep you locked in.
It looks horrible and awkward and… we’d rather use the lounge for the beach or pool.
Vibrating Platform by Powerfit
The powerful vibrating platform definitely looks like something that was transported from the 1920s and brought to the current day. It, like many of the crazy pieces of exercise equipment we’ve already covered, harnesses vibration power to help you slim down.
The way it's advertised, it almost sounds like a bucking horse you see at a country bar! Yep…that’s the “Powerfit” way alright.
Gustav Zander’s Exercise Machines
Is it a bike? Is it a garden accessory? We really have no clue where to start with this invention of Gustav Zanders! He called it the ultimate exercise machine — but quite frankly, we’re a little lost.
Do we work out our legs first, our abs, or our glutes? Arms maybe? Or maybe even around the neck, there’s some sort of neck strength exercise.