What You Should Know
The Body Blade is a blade shaped small piece of exericse equipment that could easily be confused with a toy. There are five different versions of the Body Blade: Pro, Classic, CXT, Cardio and Lite all meant to assist people with their fitness goals. Each of them has a different price and various features meant to help a person decide which one is right for them. The main website offers a comparison chart that will assist people in making a choice.
The Pro version of the Body Blade will include exercise DVD’s and a wall chart. This version is suggested for professional athletes who want to increase or strengthen a particular skill. It is available in black and will cost $159.00.
The Classic version of the Body Blade will include exercise DVD’s and a wall chart. This version is suggested for beginners or professionals and those who are seeking rehabilitation. It is available in either black or yellow and will cost $99.00.
The CXT version of the Body Blade will include exercise DVD’s and a wall chart. This version is suggested for clubs or gyms because it will work great for group exercises and core strengthening. It is available in yellow and will cost $59.00.
The Cardio version of the Body Blade will include exercise DVD’s and a wall chart. It is a set of 2 smaller Body Blades and is available in yellow. It will cost $89.00. It is recommended for intense cardio workouts.
The Lite version of the Body Blade will include exercise DVD’s and a wall chart. It is the smallest version available. It comes in yellow and will cost $49.00. It is recommended for rehabilitation and pediatrics.
- The Body Blade has 5 different variations and pricing levels to better suite a wider audience.
- There are customer testimonials present on the main website that will let perspective users know what to expect from using the body blade.
- Once the user has decided to purchase and use the Body Blade, he or she must spend time learning the exercises and technique before he or she can get a full workout from it.
- Despite the fact that exercise will lead to the burning of fat and ultimately the loss of weight, it does not carry specific weight loss claims with it.
The bottom line is that very little home equipment that comes from an infomercial such as this, works like it is portrayed to. This doesn’t mean that this will not work, but to take the chance on it may not be the best course of action to take. The simple idea of using a vibrating resistance band to build muscle and strength doesn’t seem to make much sense. It may provide exactly what it says, but it seems the money would be better spent on healthier foods and perhaps a membership to the local gym to ensure you have access to the best equipment and are changing your lifestyle in the necessary ways to induce weight loss without a gimmicky product.