V-fit Abdominus Tummy Trimmer (less than 1/2 price) now £7.49 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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V-fit Abdominus Tummy Trimmer.
* Automatically positioned padded head rest and hand grips.
* Exercise monitor provides reps, time, pulse and reset modes.
* Includes user guide.
* Excellent for trimming and toning abdominal and lower back muscles.
* Maximum user weight 100kg/15st10lb.
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#1
That's a fantastic price!
Reserved and heated up.
#2
Just what i need...got 1 from leeds, headrow, theres 1 left ..:D
#3
Heat added

Got one on order for Grimsby Alexander store.
2 Likes #4
Bad for your neck! They don't really do anything
1 Like #5
kalamist
Bad for your neck! They don't really do anything

You're obviously not doing it right. I've never had a problem and been using one for a while. Great price OP. :)
#6
Great reserved :D
2 Likes #7
hmmm...its a lazy mans (or womans) exercise.... Crunchers and cardio's way better.
#9
go to any carboot and you will find these things by the dozen, don't pay more than a quid! haha!

anyway they shouldnt hurt your neck if you do it right, i had that problem first time i used one but there is a technique to it and it just ensures you follow proper form to do a sit up.


good price for brand new anyway voted hot.
#10
kalamist
hmmm...its a lazy mans (or womans) exercise.... Crunchers and cardio's way better.
dear me
#11
kalamist
hmmm...its a lazy mans (or womans) exercise.... Crunchers and cardio's way better.

If that works for you, fair play, but I think these little things can help people alot.
#12
only 2 left in colchester. reserved one.. good find..
#13
Don't see the point in these, they have a few at the gym, and they never get used always chucked to the side, whats wrong with standard sit ups?
#14
This will do nothing to reduce the fat around your tummy. You do that by eating properly, cutting out the alcohol and finding an excercise routine that you'll stick to.

If you lose the fat, you *might* see some abs definition as a result of using this, but not in a million years will this thing do anything useful as your only concession to toning up.

The usual mistake with any excercise routine is "Right, I've been to the gym, I shall treat myself to a cappucino and a bunch of cakes".
2 Likes #15
I lost 10 stone in 6 weeks using this. I got a 6 pack in the process and I could eat anything I wanted. voted HOT

watch this vid if you are going to buy this product http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9w6i8aHmaE
#16
we used to have these down the gym a few years ago but they all got replaced by gym balls which are far more veritile imo
1 Like #17
Don't bother with these things seriously. If you want abs, cardio is your answer.
#18
Mega price, just what you need post Christmas!"
#19
londonstinks
Don't bother with these things seriously. If you want abs, cardio is your answer.


is that not more to do with full body (legs and arms) and not really stomach as much .......... ?
#20
You can't spot reduce fat, stomach crunches won't burn fat on the stomach just like a treadmill won't burn fat on the legs.

You have to be expending more calories than you are consuming, which will result in weight loss and the revealing of your abs, cardio is a tool you can use to do this. You would be better off buying a good skipping rope than this sit up thing to be honest.
#21
londonstinks
Don't bother with these things seriously. If you want abs, sorting out your diet is your answer.

Fixed that for you.

You can do crunches and cardio til the cows come home, but if you eat poorly then you'll never see what's under the layer of fat.

HIIT, (free) weight training and a good diet is what's needed.
#22
Geenius
londonstinks
Don't bother with these things seriously. If you want abs, sorting out your diet is your answer.

Fixed that for you.

You can do crunches and cardio til the cows come home, but if you eat poorly then you'll never see what's under the layer of fat.

HIIT, (free) weight training and a good diet is what's needed.


HIIT is not such a good thing to be doing starting out
#23
Does it come with free will power?
#24
Geenius
londonstinks
Don't bother with these things seriously. If you want abs, sorting out your diet is your answer.

Fixed that for you.

You can do crunches and cardio til the cows come home, but if you eat poorly then you'll never see what's under the layer of fat.

HIIT, (free) weight training and a good diet is what's needed.


A good diet is a given, I assumed most people knew that and yes I would not advise HIIT for a beginner.


Edited By: londonstinks on Nov 28, 2010 21:36: spelling mistake
#25
londislagerhound
This will do nothing to reduce the fat around your tummy. You do that by eating properly, cutting out the alcohol and finding an excercise routine that you'll stick to.If you lose the fat, you *might* see some abs definition as a result of using this, but not in a million years will this thing do anything useful as your only concession to toning up.The usual mistake with any excercise routine is "Right, I've been to the gym, I shall treat myself to a cappucino and a bunch of cakes".



i totally agree......would you know what type of machines are to be used in the gym too lose weight?
#26
great- thanks

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