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Keep in shape without your horse...
I saw this on TV today. It's $1800 and is to exercise your core muscles, legs, etc.
It made me giggle...
OMG is that for equestrians or everyone? lol
It's for everyone. It's apparently the new exercise machine for celebrities or something
From the site:
Deluxe hot new exercise machine simulates horseback riding and horseracing action. Get in shape or practice to ride better. Trot, gallop and race modes. Basic "8-shaped" movement, together with the forward/backward tilt of the seat focuses on waist, hip, but easy on knees and back. Jockeys and horseback riders show the benefits of this type of exercise! This deluxe model sold in catalogs for over $1800! Hard to find item.
Jeeesh..and all this time, I have been knee-squeezing a workout ball...who knew I could spend 1800 to trot-in-place...
How soon will it be that the machines will work out for us?
LOL hmmm I'd rather just ride my pony and give us BOTH some exercise and bonding time! ;-) Wow, Hollywood is crazy!! haha
i would rather buy a horse with that money and get the full effect. lol
Dude those things are so bad hahahaha.
I know someone with one and she chucked me on it at full speed and I had my arms and legs out infront of me and did not find it nearly as hard as sitting trot haha.
Wow, that is crazy! A person could go out and buy a decent REAL horse for that price and get a lot more exercise and enjoyment out of it.
What is this world coming to?
That's a bit crazy! :shock: LOL, I agree- I'd rather do all that AND have a horse. It sounds like a waste of money.
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