Rodeo Rider Core Trainer

Item# 95-8043
$250.00

Burn calories as you ride your way to a tighter core

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Get back in the fitness saddle and whip those core muscles into shape. The Rodeo Rider Core Trainer tones abs, thighs, and back while burning calories and increasing circulation. Simply sit on the rider, rest your feet on the rubberized bar, and shift your weight backward to put the device's drive wheel in motion! No electricity required. As you ride, this swinging motion tones muscles throughout your body. Made in China.

Rodeo Rider Core Trainer Features:
  • Tone your waist, stomach, back and legs
  • Increase blood circulation
  • Operates without electricity
  • Compact, lightweight design
  • Three height variations to suit individual figures

*Please note: This item ships directly from the manufacturer. Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.

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27.5" x 21.5" x 29"

Weighs 32 lb.

Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.

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Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by not impressed I expected greater resistance and a greater workout.  The fact that it says you don't  even feel like your exercising should have been a warning sign.  Guess what - if it doesn't feel like exercise, it isn't going to give you much result. August 11, 2014
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How effective is this really? I need to do exercises to strengthen my core, quads and Glutes. I have a titanium bar in my left thigh and neck of femur from a severe fracture. It causes chronic inflammation to the muscle and I was told I need to start strengthening exercises to help. I have a great deal of arthritis in both knees as well. Would this do all of this for me?
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The rodeo core rider will help to tone your waist, stomach, back and legs as well as increase blood circulation. We recommend consulting with your physician before beginning this exercise.
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Any weight limit?

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The Rodeo Rider Core Trainer will support up to 250 lbs.
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Not sure exactly how this works?
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The Rodeo Core Rider requires the rider to engage lumbar muscles, abs, glutes, and thighs, building core strength. Simply sit onto the rider, rest your feet on the rubberized bar, and shift your weight backward to put the device's drive wheel in motion! No electricity required.
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If it requires assembly, what's needed?
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This item does not come fully assembled. Some minor assembly is required.
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The seat of the Rodeo Rider Core trainer moves back and forth. No electricity is needed to use this device. To operate the Core Trainer your feet press down on the main bar to pump the machine back and forth. This is slightly different than "posting" on horseback, but works with similar properties to strengthen the core.
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