The Ab Circle Pro claims that using it will burn fat whilst trimming and toning your abs, buns, hips and thighs, with results guaranteed. You get the machine itself, a nutritional guide and instructional DVD lasting three minutes; there are optional extras, including a calorie-counter. The Ab Circle Pro boasts different levels of resistance to cater for all fitness levels, and it sells itself as a treadmill for your abs, combining the fat-burning benefits of cardio work with specific toning of the stomach and waist areas. The Ab Circle Pro costs around $200 and there is a shipping and handling charge of $34.95 (Steep!). The company also offer a $14.95 30 day trial offer and a guarantee that you can send it back if you don't get results. So what are users really saying about the Ab Circle Pro? Read on and find out! People saw visible results within a month, with waistlines shrinking and buns and thighs feeling more toned. Shoulders and arms were also worked, due to the positioning on the machine, and several users also commented that their backs felt stronger. The Ab Circle Pro was easy to set up and store, and didn't take up a lot of room. Customer service left a lot to be desired for many clients, and sending it back and getting a refund took some effort! A number of users stated that the pads made their knees sore, but admitted that wearing kneepads solved this problem. There were grumbles about the build quality of the machine, with the paint starting to come off with constant heavy use. The rollers also squeaked, but an application of oil helped.
The general consensus seems to be that the Ab Circle Pro is a useful addition to any weight loss programme when combined with a reduced calorie diet and other types of exercise. It will add a bit of variety to your workouts, but used on its own is not enough and it looks like the machine will not stand up to constant heavy use! It has to be said that the ad do