Bender Ball Review

As I’m growing older, I’m gaining weight right in my belly area. I used to be under 100 pounds before my first child (OK that was a while ago, but still that counts for something!). And even though I lost almost every pound I still had a little “pooch”. After my second pregnancy I could not get rid of my stomach at all.

So when I had the chance to review the Bender Ball system, I jumped right at it. I do have physical limitations but I wanted to give it a try. I do some walking and stretching right now as my only means of exercise so I figured going with something that would give me results where I really want them might motivate me to do even more.

bender ball The Bender Ball includes a DVD with two programs, Core Training and Buns and Thighs and the ball. Being able to stabilize myself by using the ball took care of some of the issues I was concerned about, like hurting my neck or using muscles other than my stomach.

The DVD walks you through the steps of doing the exercises correctly. It also inspires you to continue on to the other levels – there are levels One, Two and Three. You do hurt after your workout but where you hurt is just where you want to lose inches!

The reason this method works is, “What you’re seeing in the gym are people doing a gazillion crunches and they don’t know why they’re not getting results. With a regular crunch on the floor, you’re limited. You can only go forward, you can’t go back. With the Bender Ball, you’re getting extension back and flexion forward, which works your muscles more effectively.” (per site)

The price is great too. For the video program it is only $9.99 and for the DVD program it is only $12.98. To order please visit Bender Ball‘s home page and click on Order Now.

Review courtesy of Family Review Network.

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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Comments

  1. This sounds like a good ab workout. My problem is that I don’t have a core. Not really but you know what I mean. My abs are weak and I feel the burn quickly. Would this work for someone who doesn’t have much strength in their abs?

  2. Dree, I have no stomach muscles either. I think after having children it’s an automatic loss for us! It does give you a burn but it’s possible to do even for someone like me.