Shake Weight Review

Posted on Apr 6 2010 - 10:06am by Richard Sharp

Shake_WeightIt can be extremely difficult to find time in your daily routine to exercise and if we can find a gadget or gizmo that helps we just love to report it to you. Thankfully we have just been sent a new and innovative exercise product that takes as little as six minutes to use, it is called the shake weight.

6 minutes! How does it work?

The shake weight uses dynamic inertia technology which makes working out a lot more efficient. The shaking weight stimulates blood flow to the muscles and the 2.5 lb mass gently tones the arm muscles. Users have reported that some toning can be achieved if you stick to it. To help you train they also include a DVD which takes you through some exercise routines based on the six minute principle boasted by the manufacturer.

Will it help tone my arms?

We think that the shake weight will help people get into the swing of exercising and boost exercise routines. The shake weight only weighs 2.5 lbs and should be seen as an interim exercise routine to be worked in with other exercise. It is definitely designed to tone rather than build muscle (it never claims to do that). So if you are looking for firmer arms then this product certainly will help.

Summary

The shake weight is an innovative product which can help users kick start their exercise plan. It is perfect for people who are very short on time; remember the pack comes with a DVD with a series of workouts to get you started.

About the Author

Richard Sharp is the founder of gadgetsandgizmos.org. He loves technology, gadgets (comes with the territory) and social media. You'll find him writing features, attending events and playing with cool tech. Life's good.

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  1. Reggie Wallace November 7, 2010 at 11:04 pm - Reply

    I have seen the infomercial on this many times and have always been tempted to buy one. I think that the next time I am at walmart I am going to have to pick one up and just add it into my daily routine of working out, hopefully get a little more 'toned' in the arms.

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