A revolutionary dumbbell that tones your arms in just six minutes.
Shake Weight is an arm strengthening and toning hand weight that features Dynamic Inertia, a kind of technology that ignites the muscles in your arm, shoulders and chest.
The Shake Weight has been featured on television infomercials as well as on the Ellen DeGeneres show and in Glamour magazine.
The Shake Weight is targeted towards women, although a male Shake Weight can also be purchased. The device, which is like a vibrating arm weight, claims to increase upper body muscle activity by more than 300% compared to traditional weights.
- May help to strengthen and tone upper arms
- Convenient fitness tool
- Looks a bit gimmicky
- Result claims are likely exaggerated
- May break down
- Ads are sexually suggestive and may offend some potential consumers
- No diet guidance
via Fit Test DummiesDIET and NUTRITION
There are no diet or nutrition guidelines associated with this product.EXERCISE
The Shake Weight features the Dynamic Inertia technology, which is supposed to help tone and strengthen your arms, shoulders and chest. By using the Shake Weight six minutes a day, you are supposed to get a complete upper body workout.CONCLUSION
The Shake Weight is a bizarre piece of fitness equipment designed to help women sculpt lean and toned upper arms. But the product's website and accompanying infomercials are not only a bit sexually suggestive but they also have a gimmick or fad feel to them.
While the product may provide some comic relief, its claims of producing lean and sculpted arms in just six minutes a day are likely exaggerated.Common Misspellings
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