The Ab Circle Pro is just one of the many pieces of exercise equipment on the market designed to target the abdomen. Like these other products, the Ab Circle Pro claims to flatten this major problem area while also slimming the buttocks, hips and thighs. Advertised as "a treadmill for your abs" the machine is endorsed by Jennifer Nicole Lee. The fitness model is an author, trainer and owner of her own fitness company. Jennifer is also the creator of the Fitness Model Program and Fabulously Fit Moms, a line of exercise DVDs for mothers.
- Small enough to easily move around the home or office.
- Can be stored in the closet, under the bed or in any other out of the way location.
- Can use right in front of the television and workouts are 15 minutes or shorter.
- A workout DVD is included so users have an exercise guideline to follow. The use of a nutritional guide is also useful for encouraging natural weight loss.
- Any size individual can complete the workouts.
- Make up your mind with a 30 day in home trial for just $15.
- Users do report toning benefits in their midsection with regular use.
- Spot reduction techniques will not burn stomach fat.
- Some users complain about knee soreness after using caused by poorly designed knee pads.
- Not everyone will want to shell out $200 for a piece of exercise equipment that focuses on just one area of the body.
- Potential for injury if used incorrectly.
To use the Ab Circle Pro users place their knees on the included knee pad and hold onto the rail. Then they simply twist their bodies back and forth in a circular motion. Movement is initiated from the hips while the upper body stays still. The repetition of the movement engages the core and according to the manufacturer can cause slimming, toning and weight loss.
At the end of the day, the choice to purchase the Ab Circle Pro is up to you. Users will appreciate the simplicity of the workout and it requires little motivation or effort to do. The biggest benefit of using the Ab Circle Pro may be its ability to make working out seem like fun. All while getting users to think about future physical fitness goals.