susan sommers bodyrow

noodlesportland

has anyone tried this? what did you think? am using a club now but much prefer to workout at home but cannot find a rating on the bodyrow. it is sold in target and k-mart as well as on tv. i wonder if it is a good machine.

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kathyg7777

I don't have one, but I know it just came out as a new product recently so that's probably why you haven't seen much in the way of reviews. I've seen her advertise it on Home Shopping Network (www.hsn.com).....a lot of their items can be purchased using FlexPay (monthly installments). If you decide to get it, please post your results here; I would be interested in hearing about it!

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noodlesportland

I like working out at home and actually did for 12 years but needed more equipment- this bodyrow is only $199 and is suppose to be no impact and total body. i wonder if it is sturdy and if it is truly a decent machine.

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Ina Plassa_travis

let's see... for $200, I could buy a fairly ornate staff, a really nice sash, a medicine ball, one of those big yoga balls, a Rodney Yee book or video, and still have enough money over for a trip to the spa...and get a far better workout than any machine I've met yet.

only swimming is no impact...and if it were truely sturdy, there would be a model for use at health clubs.

you'd get a lot more mileage out of sinking that money into 5 Pilates classes, and a basic home kit.

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