Are you looking to lose weight, and get leaner or stronger? Just recently, I couldn't fall asleep and I ended up coming across the CoreBody Reformer
on a passing commercial/infomercial. I asked myself, "Can this really give me a good workout?" or "Is this just another fitness product that's going to end up on Craiglist?"
The last time I actually worked out was 5 years ago, before I had my first child. I know it sounds like a long time ago, but with 2 children and hardly anytime for myself, working out was not at the top of my to-do list (sometimes I feel lucky to even get to the restroom alone
But this year, I wanted to start getting into the groove of things. I wanted to find something that I could do at home and enjoy doing it. Although I wasn't looking to lose weight because I'm on the thinner side, I wanted to build strength. I always heard that strength training is essential to good health
and that it combats osteoporosis
When I saw the CoreBody Reformer
, I felt like it was a match made for me. Since I danced all my life and did gymnastics, the only workouts that I really enjoyed were my Pilates Reformer
and Bikram Yoga
classes which all have a "core" basis. Plus, my goal was to add lean muscle mass not bulk.
While I thought this was the product for me, I was still hesitant to believe that there was an in-home product that would give me in-studio results. All I could think of were the many fitness products featured on QVC
that ultimately ended up on my local Craigslist (and when the seller says I didn't have time to use it, I assume that it did nothing for them
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