Ez Abs is a compact fitness device that you can use to work not only your abs but your arms, shoulders, triceps, bottom, thighs, and legs, too. You'll be able to use this device at home or anywhere, as it'll fit in a large handbag or a backpack and weighs no more than a few pounds. Each device consists of handles, slots for a user's feet and two flexible resistance bands that connect these two parts together.
The cost of Ez Abs is $19.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Ez Abs by paying an extra fee of $0.00 for a total price of $25.98.
Before you start using this tool to work out, you'll need to find a comfortable place to sit. If you've got soft carpet in your home, you could use that without any extra padding, but if your floor is harder, you may want to lay down a yoga mat first. If you don't have a yoga mat, you could use pillows or cushions in its place.
Once you've decided on a comfortable surface, sit down there and insert your feet in the two plastic slots you'll find within your Ez Abs. These resemble upside-down Us. You'll only need to slide your feet through them about halfway, instead of the entire way.
After your feet are in the appropriate slots, hang onto the handles of your device with your palms facing up and start doing sit-ups or crunches. As you do so, the two resistance bands within your device will help you sit almost upright on the way up and create resistance for you on the way down. The number of crunches you choose to do should be based on your body and your fitness level, but if you want to see results, it's a good idea to keep going for two minutes.
When you do sit-ups or crunches the traditional way, you probably work to pull yourself up and then fall back down against the mat in a more relaxed state. Ez Abs will reverse this process, as each tool's resistance bands will make you work on the way down and allow you to relax a bit on the way up. With the extra resistance hitting you on the way down, your sit-ups will be more effective than they would be otherwise, and you'll likely notice a change in your body more quickly.
Some fitness devices are designed specifically for men or women, or for people of a certain age group, but as long as you have some ability to move physically, you can use this one. There's the option to sit down or stand up, and you can choose how long you exercise for each day. Even children can work out with Ez Abs, although parents or other adults should be supervising any children under 12 during a workout.
Each Ez Abs device is made from sweat-absorbent, non-slip material so even if you work out for an hour or more, no part of your device will be dripping with sweat. It'll be unlikely to slip out of your hands as you use it, thereby becoming a potential hazard to your safety, either. The material used to create each workout tool is also durable, so each one will probably last for at least several years without needing to be replaced.
Ez Abs is compact and portable, which means you'll be able to use it in any room in your home, outdoors in your backyard, or virtually anywhere else you feel like using it. You might want to bring it to the cottage, to a hotel, or even to work to get some crunches in during your breaks. As mentioned, it'll fit into almost any carrying case, excluding small handbags but including an average-sized briefcase.
To use this workout tool, you won't need any batteries or electricity, as it's solely powered by the human body. Therefore, it won't contribute to your electricity bill or make it necessary that you keep certain batteries on hand.
While each person is different, people have been known to see results from their Ez Abs device after using it for just a couple of minutes a day. Even if you have to use yours for five or six minutes per day to see results, that will still be less taxing on your body than many other forms of exercise.
Those people who hate going to the gym, are embarrassed to go, or simply hate walking or driving there will be relieved that they can take out this device and use it wherever it's convenient. Plus, if you're the only one who uses it, you won't need to spend time wiping it off as you would your gym equipment, especially considering its sweat-absorbent nature.
This device only comes in a shade of purple with a bit of yellow and gray, so if you don't like those colors, you may not enjoy using it as much as the next person.
If you were to pull on your Ez Abs device too aggressively, the resistance bands hooked into it could snap. If that were to happen, it might be difficult or even impossible to put the bands back in their original positions, and then your device might end up being useless.
When you're ready to add other exercises besides crunches to your workout routine, leg raises are a good one to try. To do these, lie down on the floor with your feet in your device's footholds and your hands wrapped around its handles with your palms facing down. While keeping your legs straight, raise them up and down without allowing them to touch the floor, in order to work your abdominals.
This is a standing arm exercise that will require you to place your feet in the footholds while holding your device's handles, with your palms facing up this time. Keeping your upper arms steady and close to your body, with your elbows bent, begin to raise and lower the bottom half of each arm at the same time.
With Bow and Arrow, which is also an arm exercise, you must extend one arm out in front of you while using it to grasp the footholds of your Ez Abs tool. After you've got that arm in the correct position, you'll use your other arm to pull back on the handles and resistance bands of your device as if it were a bow.
Leg extensions will mainly work your thighs, glutes, and legs, but you might also feel a slight burn in your abs. For this exercise, position yourself as you would to do leg raises but keep your legs bent and make sure your tool's resistance bands are between your legs. Move your bent legs away from you, towards you and then out and in again. Repeat this as many times as you'd like, feeling the resistance when you move them away from your body.
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