Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Wednesday WIN

How about a little spanking while in the saddle?




The Mechanical Core Muscle Trainer
This is the low-impact mechanical exerciser that gently and thoroughly concentrates on developing strength in the glutes. It allows you to conduct a 20-minute exercise routine while seated. The saddle gently tilts back and forth, left and right in preprogrammed sequences that can be selected at the touch of a button. The gentle swaying of the saddle forces the core body muscles to expand and contract, keeping you upright in a relaxed, properly aligned position. The exercise routines also provide a beneficial aerobic workout. Any of three basic programs and nine speeds are easily controlled from the panel at the pommel, and a set of stirrups and a handle help beginners maintain proper balance during the slow workout that simulates the gentle back-and-forth motion experienced while riding a horse at a lazy gait.






The Five Axis Mechanical Core Muscle Trainer
This is the low-impact mechanical exerciser that methodically tilts across five axes to strengthen your core muscles. The saddle tilts back and forth, left to right, up and down, and twists in preprogrammed sequences, strengthening your thighs, buttocks,--core muscles that are neglected by traditional training regimens. The gentle swaying of the saddle changes your center of balance and, as you attempt to regain your equilibrium, your core muscles expand and contract. The seven programs (easy, light, moderate, advanced, waist, hip, legs) and nine speeds are easily controlled on the pommel's LCD panel that also shows calories burned and the muscles being worked during each routine. With a set of stirrups and handle to provide stability.



Both these trainers are available from http://www.hammacher.com




From Hermione's Heart

3 comments:

Mick said...

Okay, I just can't resist. A workout described as swaying back and forth? Back and forth, left and right, up and down, and twists... I can think of another activity that's a whole lot more fun... and often aerobic, too.

Maggie said...

I agree with Mick! This reminds me of the Shake Weight - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4S3C4AC908w

Why pay for those when there are perfectly willing men and women around? xD

Maggie

Hermione said...

Mick - I can't imagine what you mean- LOL!

Maggie - Yes, why pay all that money? Unless, of course, you want a horse substitute that doesn't require mucking out.

Hugs,
Hermione