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Lateral thigh trainer- does it work???

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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
Does anyone know anything about the lateral thigh trainer?? There are very mixed reviews on the internet and I am considering buying one to use at home. I am new to all of this and am unsure as money is tight and I dont want to waste it. Anyone help???
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
you would burn more caliores walking.

My friend has got one, the brought it, and never seem to use it:|
#2
my mrs got one last year and has used it about twice. i think they are quite good though. definately burn more calories than walking. you'll have a sore **** the morning after using it!
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harvie316
you would burn more caliores walking.

My friend has got one, the brought it, and never seem to use it:|


Oh thanks. like I say I dont want to waste money but I have to do something!!!
#4
donnydude
my mrs got one last year and has used it about twice. i think they are quite good though. definately burn more calories than walking. you'll have a sore **** the morning after using it!


sore **** is better than a portly one surely!!!!!
#5
I had one when I was starting out with exersizing, it's a great way to get started and you can pick them up for about £20 so not a huge investment! After a while you will need to 'upgrade' though, as really they are only good for unfit/beginners.
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Yes brisk walking is a lot better but not always possible to get out to do this as often as we should. I have had one for a few months now and use it every day as part of getting fit and losing weight. Worked well so far. But I am not looking for ultimate fitness, just to get heart rate going a few times a week. Also got mine for about £20 from cybershop, Boots also did them.

Would not manage any exercise without it. Aiming to be like those ladies on the shopping channels on the lateral trainers...can't get the lycra to fit!

If nothing else, it is a good small step without mega expense
#7
Starlet
I had one when I was starting out with exersizing, it's a great way to get started and you can pick them up for about £20 so not a huge investment! After a while you will need to 'upgrade' though, as really they are only good for unfit/beginners.


That will be me then!!! Unfit and a beginner!!! Thanks for advice might give one a go then!!!
#8
iglimpse
Yes brisk walking is a lot better but not always possible to get out to do this as often as we should. I have had one for a few months now and use it every day as part of getting fit and losing weight. Worked well so far. But I am not looking for ultimate fitness, just to get heart rate going a few times a week. Also got mine for about £20 from cybershop, Boots also did them.

Would not manage any exercise without it. Aiming to be like those ladies on the shopping channels on the lateral trainers...can't get the lycra to fit!

If nothing else, it is a good small step without mega expense


Thanks is good advice. Added to rep!!! Dont ever imagine I will look like the lycra ladies either!!

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