Click Clack Trainer
Click Clack Trainer is very simple to use and the suction cups attach to any smooth surface quickly and easily. Once in place, you can start your resistance workout. The Click Clack Trainer is a portable workout system that you can take with you anywhere. It gives you a total body workout, is perfect for all fitness levels, is low impact, and can be taken with you on the go. This unit was made from high impact plastic, making it light, portable, but really strong.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Click Clack Trainer is $69.99 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $79.94.
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- Strong Plastic
Constructed out of high impact plastic, making it light, portable, but really strong.
- Locking Mechanisms
It has a locking mechanism which locks it in place and unlocks it, using red and green colors as indicators.
- Professional Endorsement
This unit is endorsed by Karo “The Heat” Parisyan, a UFC fighter.
- Lots of Exercises
With your purchase you get over one hundred exercises that you can do with the unit which target various areas of the body in a fat burning, body toning way. These are available through the online database so you can search for things based on the muscles you want to target.
How It Works
This machine works on the principle of resistance training. Therefore, it uses the resistance bands to achieve optimal strength. Strength exercises focus on making the muscles stronger.
Also known as resistance training, these exercises amount to small increases in musculature which can make a big difference in athletic ability and daily activities. Weight lifting, for example, does not have to be done to make huge gains. Reduced weight lifted with more reps can improve tone and allow for better strength overall.
Anaerobic exercises are those which build muscle mass and enhance your power. When you train muscles using anaerobic exercises, they develop differently which leads to greater performance for high intensity activities. The most common form of this type of exercise is strength exercise. These routines use resistance to muscle contractions to build better strength, endurance, and size of your muscles.
For strength training like this there are different types of exercises you can do, but of course resistance and weight training are the two most common. Both use gravity or machines to oppose the muscle contractions and can be used interchangeable. Weight stacks, dumb bells, and plates can all do this.
When you do them properly, strength training can give better bone strength, tendon strength, muscle strength, and ligament strength. They also give better endurance, better joint function, better cardiac function, and they reduce your risk of injury from weak muscles. If you are trying to lose weight for sports, these exercises help to maintain lead body mass.
How it's Different from Competitors
Most resistance systems use a series of resistance bands and are formed to target one part of the body. Click Clack Trainer is a resistance band system with suction cup mounts you use to attach the unit to any smooth surface. This means you can take it with you on the go and use it in an office, hotel room, or at home. Designed by Oliver Parker, the system is meant to reduce the impact on your joints which keeps them safe, while offering a fat burning total body workout. There are resistance bands that latch to the mount and can be used to sculpt different muscle groups using different exercises. You can do exercises like curls, shoulder raises, bench presses, sit-ups, and more. The unit lets you do chest, arms, shoulders, legs, abs, and backs.
- At Home Chest Presses
You can do strength training at home without a lot of other tools. If you are looking to do some strength training at home, then you will need to buy a set of dumbbells first. Choose some that are reasonably light, but be aware that as your strength increases, you will need to replace these. Training with ones that are too light will not have the effect you are looking for.
Ideally, you should be lying on a bench for this, with your feet flat on the floor. However, if you don’t have a suitable bench, you can simply lie on the floor instead, knees bent and feet flat. Hold a weight in each hand, level with your chest. Reach upwards with both arms, extending them towards the ceiling until they are straight, then lower back down. Do ten reps, then rest and repeat.
- At Home Step Ups
Stand facing a bench or step ( the first step on a flight of stairs will be absolutely fine for this ), one weight in each hand, raised to shoulder height. Put one foot on the step and push your body up. This will cause your other leg to lift off the floor. Hold for a count of three, then lower back down and repeat with the other leg. Do between ten and fifteen reps on each leg.
How to Use (Step by Step)
Mount the suction cups to the floor or a wall, then lock into place.
- Resistance Bands
Put in the resistance bands based on the resistance levels you want.
Start your exercises. When done, unlock and remove the unit. Then put it in a carrying case for easy storage.
Tips & Tricks
- Ignore Scales
If you are one of the many people who will step on the scales every day, this is a habit that you need to break, right now. Put the scales away somewhere, so that you will not be tempted to use them on a regular basis. Get rid of them entirely, if you have to. Muscle is more dense than fat, so if you are following an exercise routine that will build muscle while eliminating fat, you may not lose weight. You may even gain some, as frightening as that sounds.
As you lose fat, your body will look slimmer and your figure will improve, but this may not be reflected in the number on the scales. Instead of focusing purely on the numbers, go by how you look and feel – if you think that there has been an improvement, concentrate on that and be proud of your achievement.
The more toned you are, the slimmer you will look, and you will find that your clothes fit in a more flattering manner. It is possible to gain muscle, put on a few pounds in weight, and drop a dress size, so the numbers do not tell the entire story. Remember this if you do give in to the temptation to weigh yourself, and find that the number is higher than you expected.
A more reliable way of judging how much fat you have lost is to take measurements, such as your waist, arm and thigh circumference. As you lose fat, these will decrease, and any muscle gain will still mean that they are smaller than when you first started. .