Lamest Invention Ever

Filed under: General Health, Training


Ride the Wave. Just watch this bullshit video and then keep reading.

This is almost as bad as the Bender Ball, which was a disc herniation waiting to happen. This is just a joke.

“We recommend you not exceed 3, 5, and 8lb weights for this workout. You’ll get better results if you concentrate on the moves with lighter weights.”

Can someone please explain that to me. How does using lighter weights, causing less muscular stimulation improve results? I really want to know how this shit continues to be perpetuated. Why can we not rid the industry of this crap? Why don’t people realize if that statement were true, then they would have gotten all the results they ever wanted from Tae-Bo. There is a reason why workout products don’t survive, and new products like this continue to come out almost daily, each one replacing the previous and sucking just as badly.

They don’t work.

So people just keep coming back for the newest gimmick, which is the same useless shit, sold in a new shiny box. That’s it. It’s sad to see people get continually suckered into purchasing and trying these “new” methods and not getting the results they want. Then make all these excuses about how they can’t lose weight, its all genetics, they do everything right, blah blah blah. Don’t delude yourself, your results are in your own hands. I realize that it is not “all” their fault, since they at least continue to attempt to lose weight, just with the wrong tools and mindset. The problem is that people need to educate themselves more. Stop getting your fitness info from the same sources that have always failed you. Branch out. Try new things that are a total departure from what you may have always done, because if what we have always done has gotten us where we always are (obesity and diabetes epidemics), then obviously we need to do something different.

In conclusion, if I hear of anyone purchasing anymore garbage like this, I am going to send Billy Blanks over to pop you in the mouth. Sincerely, Brian St. Pierre.

PS – I am serious.

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Posted on February 12th, 2009 by Brian St. Pierre


  1. JMJ Says:

    AMEN. I think it’s pretty safe to say any “fitness product” that is mass marketed on t.v is garbage.

    But people actually buy them. We all know someone-friends or family members, that have purchased trash like this from seeing the promo on t.v.

  2. michelle Says:

    you make me proud brian

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