Girls, if you are looking for a real great work out and
fantastic legs, the Leg Master is your ticket. Make no
mistake this is a tough and challenging workout. Your legs
will be strengthened!
The leg master works on hundreds of muscles in the lower
body to raise your body against gravity to the top of
the ramp provided by the rails. The basics of the
exercise is very simply but so effective. The muscles on
your inner leg draw your feet together. Your complete
body weight is lifted up and down using the side to side
motion of your legs. You will be off in no time with the
use of the progress chart enclosed and you start with
only 20 repetitions a day. Combine this with a sensible
alkaline diet and light caloric workout you will lose weight and
tone up at the same time. The leg master folds up and
stores away easily in a cupboard or under a bed.
How To Use The Leg Master
As you stand on the Leg Master, your body weight rests
on the lower section of the curved ramp. To lift your
body weight up against gravity something must work. And
that is the muscles of the inner thigh. Lifting your
weight up, or weight lifting using soft flabby inner
thigh muscles is what the Leg Master does best. On the
inward sweep you engage your inner thigh muscles. On the
outward sweep you use your buttocks and outer thighs.
This action tones and slims the lower body, over 200
muscles in all are fired. Very different from a stepper
or a stationary bicycle - these you can use for 20-30
minutes - you could not do the Leg Master for 20
minutes. You could not do the Leg Master for 2 minutes.
On average people start with 20-30 repetitions. That's
just 20-30 seconds.
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