Exercise Your Abs Not Your Wallet
- Monday, December 11, 2000
By Robert E. Frank
According to a recent study directed by Dr. William C. Whiting, a specialist in biomechanics at California State University in Northridge, these devices provide no overall advantage, as compared to the old fashioned crunches. In fact, the only thing they seemed to help people shed was about $75 to $120 for the equipment.
So pull up a piece of carpet, put your hands on top of your head, and start exercising.
For more money-saving ideas visit No-Debt Living, www.nodebtnews.com, where you can view more than 100 valuable articles and resources on financial, consumer and time-management news with a Christian perspective. Copyright 2000 No-Debt Living.
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