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JamGym is a 'suspension workout system' that you can use at home to do some solid exercise. It consists of a cord that you secure between the door and the door frame. Then you use the now secured cord to do a workout that involves resistance training exercises. The product was inspired by Mixed Martial Arts. With this system, you can work out most of your body muscles in your own home without having to go to the gym.
The cost of JamGym is $29.95 plus $4.99 shipping, for a total price of $34.94.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: buyjamgym.com
The core of this product consists of a long suspension cord made of aircraft quality material. You are supposed to jam it between the door and the door frame. This is meant to secure it so you can now use the cord for resistance training and different types of exercises which involve using your own weight as resistance. With the cord, you are apparently able to exercise most of your muscles.
The cord has 360-degree resistance. This type of high-intensity resistance training has the ability to really energize your muscles and can even be a preventative measure against getting an injury. With 360 resistance your muscles are always engaged.
The product has an intensity slider that you can use to set the level of intensity you`d like for your workout. You have the option of Low or High. Low involves almost exclusively very targeted muscle training. The high level will give your entire frame a workout.
There are over 200 workouts that you can do with JamGym for the core and the upper and lower frames. You can work out all of your muscle groups with this tool. With so much variety, these programs will also keep your workout fresh and interesting. There`s no end to the different combinations.
Another possibility for using the cord is to move it up higher, elevating the incline. This has the effect of increasing the impact of your body weight, so there's even stronger resistance when you exercise.
There is a foot harness attached to JamGym that you can use creatively in your workouts to do a variety of exercises.
The manufacturer includes a free gym bag with every purchase of GymJam. Since the product is portable, you can use the gym bag to carry it around.
The GymJam is light and can be made quite compact. It's no trouble to carry it with you anywhere you're going to go. You can take it on vacation, or over to a friend's house so you can work out together, for example. The product can be used anywhere that there's a door.
With this product, the manufacturer suggests that you can do all your workouts from the comfort of your own home, and you can exercise your entire body at home using this tool.
If you purchase this product, you don't have to physically go to the gym. You can comfortably exercise at home with your GymJam, so you don`t have to go out and brave the crowds at the gym or pay a lot of money for a membership.
JamGym is suitable for people of every fitness level, from people in poor shape to people who work out every day. The product is flexible enough that suitable workouts can be designed for people at every level of physical conditioning.
A related point is that because you use JamGym at home, people at lower fitness levels don`t have to feel uncomfortable, or pressured to do too much too fast. Nobody has to feel uncomfortable about how they look, or what they`re wearing. You can focus purely on your workout and proceed at your own pace.
With JamGym you don't have to wait until the gym opens, or when it's less busy. You set your own time schedule of workouts. It's all at your own convenience.
The product is endorsed by Dan "Hendo" Henderson, Ultimate Fighting / Mixed Martial Arts Champion.
Part of the marketing for this product is to say that the door jam becomes your own personal gym. It's a way of saying that this tool is incredibly flexible.
Working out from your home has some benefits, but it also has some drawbacks. For many people, it's really difficult to continually motivate yourself to exercise when there's nobody there to encourage you. Research shows that people exercise more often when they do it with another person and are accountable.
If you're working out from your home and you're not an expert, you are going to make some mistakes in your technique. Nobody can notice your mistakes and correct you if you're by yourself. You also can't ask the expert staff at the gym for advice or help.
This is a good tool that allows you to work out your entire body. However, resistance training is not cardio, so you have to remember to get in some cardio in addition to exercising with JamGym.
There is always the chance that JamGym could slip out of the door jam, or that you'll put it in the door jam incorrectly. If you fall while you're doing resistance training exercises, then you could really hurt yourself.
There's no mention of any kind of warranty on the website, nor in the video. No warranty leads to questions about the quality of the product, and why the company doesn't have enough confidence in JamGym to guarantee it for their customers.
Adding to the fact that the manufacturer offers no warranty to their customers on this item, there is no return policy listed on the website. It doesn't say that there are no returns; there's no mention of the issue at all. This could mean that there's something about the item that is problematic when it's seen up close and that people may want to return it.
When you think about the money you'll save using JamGym, you have to calculate not only the cost of a gym membership but the price of the items you may purchase when you're there or on your way there. This could include coffee or other beverages, food, and spontaneous purchases along the way. If you drive to the gym, you also have to factor in the cost of gas and parking fees. This could add up to a significant amount of money over time.
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