deciding on a peice of exercise equipment, that you've seen
on TV, it's a good idea to get some objective feedback. The
review articles, posted here, will closely examine some of
the most well known and popular "as seen on TV"
Whatever your goals are, whether it's strengthening,
toning, weight loss, or just plain health improvement, there
are literally dozens of creatively designed products to help
you reach those goals. While some are good, others may be
awful or simply mediocre. And don't be foold... just because
it's the latest, doesn't mean that it'll be the greatest.
Let's take a more in depth view at the latest
infomercial products that we see on TV...
Bowflex (Our Pick)
As far as home
gyms go, the Bowflex is one of the best to choose. Slightly
pricey, but there is an alternative...
and Thigh Rocker
Good quality and comfortable to use, although, slightly expensive
for its purpose...
Good for strengthening and toning. Not good for those looking
to build huge muscles, but great for circuit training...
Freestyle (Our Pick)
from very satisfied customers. Well made and fun...
Good aerobic work out, but has received negative reports of
poor quality and breakdowns...
Effective and simple, but more of a side dish
than a full meal...
Total Gym (Our Pick)
One of the best
"as seen on TV" fitness equipment. Used by exercise
and rehap facilities world wide...
Hasn't received the most positive reviews and is quite expensive...
"As Seen on TV" Ab Equipment
one of the many ab machines that you see on infomercials,
we have a whoe section dedicated to them. To view these reviews,
please click here...
For ab exercise equipment seen on TV click here.