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Posted: 30 July 2007 at 1:01pm | IP Logged

Has anybody tried this "ROM" (Range of Motion) machine? It claims that it replaces a 90 minute workout in 4 minutes. Their website is: http://www.fastexercise.com/.

These machines cost $15,000! It looks like people get pretty good results, but it's not a replacement for normal cardiovascular exercise. Anyone have an experience with this machine?

Thanks,

Amac


Posted: 21 September 2007 at 1:06pm | IP Logged

Amac,

We have a R.O.M. CrossTrainer. It is all one needs for keeping in shape...4 minutes a day. And, yes, that includes a cardio workout.

Order the free DVD and on it look for Ron Price. It worked so well for him, he now owns a fitness center in MD, with nothing but R.O.M. CrossTrainers for equipment.

suer


Posted: 21 September 2007 at 4:41pm | IP Logged

I'm waiting until they create the 1 minute workout machine! Please keep me informed :) They've really come a long way since 7 minute abs.


Posted: 28 September 2007 at 5:38pm | IP Logged

Here are some videos of this machine in action:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTiDGdMkQbM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWdw_qkjjJg


Posted: 03 December 2007 at 3:32pm | IP Logged

I really am not convinced that any machine or gimmick can produce results in 4 minutes that would normally take 90 minutes. I have just got back from about 90 minutes of martial arts (30 minutes kick boxing and 1 hour kung-fu) and there is NO WAY ON EARTH that any machine will allow me to work all the muscle groups, and provide a cardio vascular workout anywhere near as good as I had in 90 minutes of martial arts, as I could get on a machine in 4 minutes. And 15,000 bucks? That is insane. Invest in a pair of running shoes, some good wicking clothes, join a gym / martial arts club, and train properly!





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Posted: 31 December 2007 at 2:54pm | IP Logged

Can a machine give you a complete workout in 4 minutes? Who knows...maybe it can (I've never tried one and probably never will.) But what's crazy to me is the $15,000! I'm surprised no one has commented on this. Sure, I can see a gym investing in one, but honestly, an individual...although I suppose some people will pay anything for the next best thing. Why not just pick up a jump rope for $15.

But really the best quote of that uTube video is "...a testament to human laziness."


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Posted: 02 January 2008 at 11:55am | IP Logged

Maybe a picture of Suer will be worth $15,000. I want to see if this thing works.


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Posted: 02 January 2008 at 12:14pm | IP Logged

I would think that if it's real deal it would be more popular.
You know the saying if it's too good to be true?
I mean it's proven that a body NEEDS a certain amount of cardio. It takes me a 1/2 hour to get my heart rate up. It's just not possible this thing can do that, is it?? If so, I have some scary images in my mind right now!     


Posted: 20 March 2008 at 6:32pm | IP Logged

Another thing - that exercise machine looks like a simple stepper and a cycle mashed together, with lots of chrome. You could probably get the equivalent  equipment for 1/10th of the price. 


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Posted: 09 June 2008 at 9:57am | IP Logged

Jon,

I was just wondering if you checked-out the DVD, or performed any other background checks before responding. There is significant science behind this and I researched it before, and found it to be very nice.

Will a 4 minute workout equate to an hour of Kung-Fu? Probably not... Are you also aware that the majority of people abandon their workout regimine due to time constraints?

If you looked at the machine you WOULD find that it does work all your muscle groups -- not all at once (more upper body at one way, and more lower body the second way).

Since life seems to be about learning and growing -- I would suggest being open, and perhaps you will learn something. Life is best for me when I keep learning, expanding my horizons and improving myselves.

Well...best of luck with your workouts -- an hour and a half at a time is a lot. Perhaps if you found some way to decrease the time you needed for workouts, you would have more quality time with the family...who knows, just a thought.

Tim