Everyone knows that getting ample exercise and maintaining a healthy diet is the path to the land of the slim and svelte, although others attempt to pry you away from the true path with shortcuts and health gimmicks. I'm not too sure about the Body Energizer Vibrating Exercise Machine, but according to this advertisement, it has been used by many Olympic athletes. That claim alone ought to lend some weight, but it still takes a whole lot more to move me from my skeptical mountain.
After all, this device is said to produce high-frequency vibration impulses that help improve your muscle strength and tone in addition to adding bone density while speeding up weight loss and enhancing your overall physical performance. Sounds like it could do way more than performance enhancing drugs (which I do not, in any way, condone!) for a mere $229.95. All you need to do is hold onto the bars and turn it one. Apparently spending just four minutes for up to five times a week will yield remarkable results within 30 days. What do you think of the product claims? Go or no go?