The amazing Bender Ball

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For a while now, I have thought that I wished there was something that would let me go back farther when I did my crunches. I also needed something that would help lift my bottom when I did leg lifts. I usually would use my hands, believe it or not, and it was very awkward. I just saw a commercial on the Bender Ball and I knew that is exactly what I wanted.

Usually, fitness infomercials make me think “yeah, right”. Or the equipment is way too hard or too much of a hassle for me to even start a routine with it. But this little ball is sure to be a great product to incorporate into your exercises. I really am impressed at how it works all your core muscles. It makes sense once you actually see it. It’s not just another gimmick trying to get your money, you see how this will improve you.

The bender ball also comes with a video, which I assume shows you lots of great ways to get the most from your ball. It’s like a mini yoga ball, but with a lot of possibilities. If anyone has tried the bender ball, please let us know what your review of it is. I am ordering one and will do a write-up on my experiences later. Anytime there is a product to make what you are already doing more efficient, you should go for it. You have nothing to lose but weight and you are sure to save some energy and time. For a little over $10.00 I think it’s a great idea and a great buy for the ball and the video. If you don’t need the dvd, you can also just grab a stability ball or small kickball and get your workout on!!! I would like to see just what she has on this little DVD, it looks pretty informative and helpful. 

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3 thoughts on “The amazing Bender Ball

  1. hi kilohana,

    i’ve had a really good experience with the bender ball. it’s a simple little tool that makes a big difference in the quality of your workout. and the various workouts on the DVDs are good, do-able, short enough to fit into any day, and address various muscle groups. thumbs up!

    ~deri

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