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The Compact Core Exerciser
Using no electricity, this is the compact trainer that simulates cantering on a horse to strengthen and tone the core muscles. Exercisers sit on the padded saddle, rest their feet on a rubberized bar, and shift their weight backward to put the device's drivewheel in motion. As the saddle rotates at a moderate 40 rpm or less, it requires the rider to engage lumbar muscles, abs, glutes, and thighs, building core strength to help prevent back injuries and improve balance and posture. A 10-minute session can burn as many calories as 200 situps or a one-hour walk. Because it doesn't require a power cord, the device can be used anywhere, and it weighs half as much as many core trainers, allowing it to be moved easily between rooms or stowed away between workouts. The seat and footrest can be raised or lowered.
Supports up to 250 lbs.
31" H x 22" W x 28" D; 35 lbs.
Works great while passing a medicine ball hand to hand in rythem to Core Exerciser
I purchased this a month ago and was happy at how easy it was to put together. ! I have used it almost everyday, and like it more each time I use it. !Plus, it only requires a few minutes of time to get a workout.!
During a plane trip, I ordered this for my husband and me. !We have trouble finding time to work out, and this gives us an extraordinary workout in minimal time. !Both of us have seen improvements in balance, and reduced back pain in the morning since we started using it about 20 minutes daily. !It takes up almost no space, works beautifully, and doesn't need to be plugged in anyplace. !We can't remember a piece of equipment that worked better for such a good price--and we've even spent more than $3,000 on a treadmill when we had more space!
I am an equestrian, so the idea of a machine that could emulate the movement of the horse was enticing to me. !I am addicted to using it! I am wearing padded bike shorts to compensate for the seat, but am able to drink my morning coffee, take a ride, and watch horses on my computer!