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2006/07/16 23:43:32 (permalink)
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trainning

hi i didnt know where to post this so i decided to here. right i dont know what they are called but you can buy machines that you strap on certain parts of you body and they do the work for you i was just wondering wether there any good or not? i was looking at somthing like this

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3023950.htm

or somthing similar are they any good and if so is there any decent ones out there

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    freak_in_cage
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    RE: trainning 2006/07/16 23:52:24 (permalink)
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    quite dodgy IMO, maybe it works, maybe it doesn;t, but if you want abbs just eat less, do more fitness to cut the bodyfat and do sit ups twice a week

    lazy bugger
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    baldie87
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    RE: trainning 2006/07/16 23:59:47 (permalink)
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    lol its not that am lazy it was i was just browsing and saw them and just wondered peoples views on em lol
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    RE: trainning 2006/07/17 09:56:02 (permalink)
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    lol, my sister had one. she was lazy too.lol. she used to jus sit the and buzz all day. drove me crazy cos would o bin so much easier to go down the gym an workout with better results.

    They tone what you already have, thats all i think.
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    RE: trainning 2006/07/17 10:20:09 (permalink)
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    They tone what you already have, thats all i think.


    That's bollocks mate ... "toning" a muscle is down to making it bigger and losing fat, nothing more.

    As for those electric things, they're better than nothing, but you're far far better just going to the gym and hitting them hard with resistance training once a week.

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    RE: trainning 2006/07/17 12:43:55 (permalink)
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    ok cheerz guys think al just leav them and stay at the gym lol
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    RE: trainning 2006/07/17 13:53:02 (permalink)
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    My mum had one so I used to strap them on my calves as they were weak to give them something extra. Was a b1tch to walk with them on.

    Try using them things at full power!

    cant say id pay for one though

    Pain is just weakness leaving the body..
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    RE: trainning 2006/07/17 20:52:38 (permalink)
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    did they do any diffrence on your calves
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