Is Crazy Fit The Cure For Cellulite, Maybe?
We women are always looking for the one cream, the one exercise, the one food, the one massage tool... that will banish the ugly cellulite on our poor thighs. I have searched and tried out so many products that claim they do "reduce the appearance" of cellulite, that I think they mean, "Wear dark glasses and you won't see it."
Having purchased and reviewed the Chi Machine, I know that gentle vibration of the legs does tone them. It's also incredibly relaxing, so there's a bigger payoff. So, I checked out customer reviews of various stand-up vibrating machines, especially the Crazy Fit Massager Body Vibration Plate Exercise Machine, because I know someone who purchased one and loves it. (That's a start.)
There are a bunch of stand-up vibrating machines around: you can buy one for $99 or $2600, but the Crazy Fit seems to be the best rated one for the price... best rated by users, that is. That's what I go by. Like I found with my Chi Machine, customers were almost universal about the Crazy Fit's effect on toning, especially the butt and thighs. At least one customer of the Crazy Fit reported that her cellulite disappeared as a result of her workouts on the Crazy Fit!
But beyond firming up, customers consistently reported, without prompting, that the Crazy Fit improved their circulation, made them feel like they did a bigger workout in less time, improved their endurance, lost weight, and felt healthier overall. They claimed that, despite the lower price (now discounted to around $300) compared to other machines, the Crazy Fit felt very sturdy and well built.
I like the fact that you can workout your whole body in gradually increasing increments (1 to 50), it only takes 30 minutes a day in three increments, and that you can also target your "spots," like you see below:
Keeping you posted...