AB Motion Xtreme
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- Designed with ZERO NOISE BEARING SYSTEM, instead of the old noisy rolling system
- TRUE Friction Free Movement. SUPER STRONG, HEAVY DUTY frame structure, twice the thickness of other models on the market
- 5 Adjustable Inclines for Hand Position
- 3 different Height Levels
- 2 Types of Kneeling Position
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Sick of the noise from the rolling system of similar models on the market?
When you're using the AB Motion Xtreme, no more noisy exercise machine!
Get a great Ab workout in your own home with the new AB Motion Xtreme
Designed with ZERO NOISE BEARING SYSTEM, instead of the old noisy rolling system
TRUE Friction Free Movement
SUPER STRONG, HEAVY DUTY frame structure, twice the thickness of other models on the market.
5 Adjustable Inclines for Hand Position
3 different Height Levels
2 Types of Kneeling Position
Rocking and swinging motion tones:
Get rock hard abs in just a few minutes a day!
The AB Motion Xtreme combines cardio and abs and utilizes your own body weight and gravity to generate resistance.
To increase the intensity of the work out, just increase the degree of incline.
Most importantly, the inclined kneeling position is gentle on the back – so no more painful sit ups!
Top Customer Reviews
The kneeling arms are faultless and symmetrical and the knee pads are more ergonomic and therefore feels more comfortable. The computer does what it is supposed to do and that is to keep the count of the repetitions. The AB Motion Xtreme is a more aesthetically pleasing looking item. It took me a lot of effort to keep the old device working including purchase of new rollers. The new Ab Motion Xtreme is a better proposition than the previous so called 'professional' AB exerciser. It is a much more quieter machine especially as it does not use rollers which is the main cause of noise from the original machine.
Very pleased with the Xtreme and would definately recommend this product to anyone who wants to work on their abs.
I had read decent reviews of the Ab-Motion Xtreme, so preordered it - and I am glad I waited. In fact, it arrived ahead of it's preorder delivery estimate. To say this is vastly superior to the Ab-Circle Pro is an understatement. Much sturdier construction, solid red disc base, unlike the larger, but rather flimsy Pro disc base. Also, the Ab Motion Xtreme does not use rollers. A problem many consumers of the Ab-Circle Pro have voiced is that the rollers had worn out on the Pro and had to be replaced. This machine uses a much better 'pivot' system, does everything the Ab-Circle Pro does, but does it much better, and will take much more of a pounding. It also takes up only slightly more space than its rival, and can be partially folded.
If these two ab machines were placed side by side in a showroom, and tested by 100 people, I would be stupified if one person chose to buy the Ab-Circle Pro. Plus, this is much cheaper to buy in most places. The Pro is selling for £100 at Argos at the time of this review. I did notice they have released a 'new image' Ab-Circle Pro, which looks redder in colour, making it look a little more like the Xtreme - a backhanded compliment perhaps?Read more ›
From the description the Xtreme seemed to answer these problems, a strong steel frame and a frictionless motion, also for less than 1/2 the price of a lot of other models, the only problem was there were no reviews, so no guarantee that I wasn't buying a pig in a poke.
The machine arrived a couple of days ago, it is pretty solid and not a lightweight tubular frame, easy enough to put together although I did have to enlarge one of the bolt holes to screw the handle on securely.
I'm a fairly hefty guy (around 200lbs) and I feel safe and stable on the machine, the knee pads give plenty of cushioning and support and it is pretty easy to use, the excercise is not going to turn me into a ripped adonis but after 10-15 minutes I was breathing harder and could feel my abs so it must be doing something! The rep counter felt fairly cheap and I would not necessarily trust it's calorie counter but it does count the reps ok, so no real complaints about that.
In all, for the money you are paying I would rate this machine a good buy and a fun way to excercise, can do it watching TV if that suits you, none of the faults that the similar "roller" machines seem to suffer from. It doesnt fold but is fairly small, so can tuck under a high bed, into a corner or a wardrobe when not in use.
Hope that helps
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Didn't get on with this piece of kit so it ended up at cash converters. The whole exercise programme is bizarre and not enjoyable. The machine also takes up a lot of room.Published 6 months ago by Mr. R. Champion
Utter garbage! Knee pads so uncomfortable with the securing bolts chipping away at your knee caps! Thing had a mind of its own and was noisy. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mr Helpful
What a waste of money! Does barely target the abs its more a cardio exercise using your core (momentum from swinging your legs)
Save your money and go for a run followed... Read more
Very hard to get Into everyday. You do need to build up to a minute and a half, side to side exercise, slowly gradually for the five minute completion. Also layoffs. Read morePublished on 23 Jan. 2014 by Mack0127
Have not had it for long but pretty quiet and seems durable.... So far so good! Would give 5 but havn't had it longPublished on 27 Dec. 2013 by Charlie Cooper
the knee pad's come loose when you use it .the knee pad's are not deep enough to stop you falling off i have fell off it twice now there is a load bad grinding nose that come's... Read morePublished on 21 Dec. 2013 by christine wallker
I watched this on the shopping channels and thought it looked amazing and read all the reviews I could and bought it. Read morePublished on 20 Sept. 2013 by Irene