Perfect Fitness Ab Carver Pro Review | Sculpt Your Abs At Home

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  1. You were doing these exercises wrong. Your not supposed to have your back straight. You’d be just using your hip, knees, lower back, and arms which defeats the purpose. Which explains why you can do twenty five so easily. Your back is supposed to be curved and your abs clenched the whole time. Otherwise great review

  2. 3:35 stupid. The whole point of exercise and weight lifting is to become stronger and healthier, not injure yourself being stupid and placing yourself into a position of high risk for no reason.

  3. I’m turning 54 today, May 18, and I really need to get back in shape. I have become fat and lazy. I have the ab carver pro and I need to get it out of hiding lol and use it.

  4. Game boy had my second workout with the ab roller,like I said I would do I did supersets with planks,Can really feel abs working,but what I have out is if I keep back straight I feel less ab work and more strain on back .However,when I arch back a little while sucking in and tightening stomach I feel abs burning and hurting in a good way.Thanks once again for your intro to the perfect ab roller.

  5. This will strengthen your wrists, but will make your arm muscles sore as hell as well as your wrists. It doesn't have much effect on your core at first, but it will affect the parts of your body I just mentioned especially if you're a beginner to this like I am.

  6. I think I don't have enough lower back strength. I feel the dip in my lower back in every time I try.

  7. I have a few questions How has this product held up over time? Also can you describe how much resistance it provides as well as how far out it can roll? I've read a lot of reviews on Amazon stating issues like the handles breaking, it stopping the rolling motion too soon rolling out or rolling back in (which you did mention in the video). Do you know if it has a weight limit? About how far out (in inches/feet) does it go? I liked your video. Thank you.

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