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Shake Weight for Men Dumbbell

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  • Special pulsating dumbbell for shaping and toning upper body
  • Dynamic Inertia technology ignites muscles in arms, shoulders, and chest
  • Increase upper body muscle activity by 300 percent compared to regular weights
  • Works in only 6 minutes per day; fits easily inside a suitcase or travel bag
  • Instructional "Upper Body Sculpting" workout DVD included
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Product Description

Product Description

Revolutionary new way to shape and tone your arms, shoulders and chest in just 6 minutes a day.

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Shaking up the way you work out, the Shake Weight is a revolution in strength training. Boasting a legion of devotees who enthusiastically confirm the Shake Weight's claim that it shapes and tones the upper body, this product is hard to ignore. The way it works is this: a special pulsating dumbbell with dynamic inertia technology increases upper body muscle activity by 300 percent compared to traditional weights as you shake the 5-lb weight several different ways. This repetitive shaking stimulates muscle toning and adds shape to your upper arms, chest, and shoulders.

The Upper Body Sculpting DVD shows you the proper way to use the Shake Weight so you see the most benefits. It works in only six minutes a day, though if you use it more often, you're likely to see results sooner.

Specifications:

  • Weight: 5.8 pounds
  • Dimensions: 15 by 5.3 by 5 inches (H x W x D)
  • No motor or batteries--just shake

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B003LQVYGO
  • Item model number: SW4MEN
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (270 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,531 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This product is not all its cracked up to be.
gregg
It really did give a workout on my muscle, you can feel the burn after the first minute of using it.
Mark
The only way to look like the guy on TV is many many years of very hard work, and a strict diet.
Dave

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

334 of 351 people found the following review helpful By J P Falcon on July 20, 2010
Ok, here's the truth as I have no agenda to either endorse or kill this product: I allowed myself to get a bit out of shape and as I have finally turned the corner and making marked improvements in my diet and physique, I noticed that my upper arms were flabby, and I allowed them to become weak. I was skeptical of this product, but I decided to give it a try. When I did the first 6 minute workout, I managed to breeze through it, and I foolishly believed I was in better shape than I thought. The next day however proved me wrong, as I found the repetition of the routine actually became harder. I also discovered that I did indeed have a weak arm which could not match the other. I felt the burn and fatique after the 6 minute exercise program each time I did it. But then, by week three, I found myself doing the 6 minute program 2 or 3 times a day, and though I was still not breezing through it as I did on day 1, I was managing to complete the entire program. I also was doing some added reps on my weak arm and I have managed to balance the two.
Now, after a month I am not going to say that I was suddenly ripped, of course not, but I did notice something. At a moment when I was simply soaping my upper arms, I discoverd that they were more "solid" and "tight" than they were a few short weeks prior. Let's face it, you know your own body, so when you discover a change, without even consciously looking for one, you become a bit startled. Well, I was, and realized that there was some definite toning to my arms. I am also moving the shake weight harder than I was thus increasing my strength, and trying new routines.
So, having the product now for about two months, I continue my three 6 minute a day routine and am feeling much better doing it.
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205 of 224 people found the following review helpful By Peter on January 27, 2011
Like a lot of people here, I saw this darn thing on TV and had to check it out. I think two main things potential buyers want to know is a) is it junk, and b) does the darn thing work?

First, "Is it junk?" No, it's not a cheapo piece of exercise equipment that will fall apart the first time you drop it. It's actually made of a hard plastic, with metal ends. So no, it's not a piece of junk, but rather a pretty sturdy dumbbell. Will it last for years? Probably. Also of note: the dumbbell does NOT have a motor, run on batteries, or shake by itself- that's your job and how you get exercise using it.

Next up, "Does it work?" Well, first you have to define "works", which will depend on your fitness goals. If you're looking to bulk up your arms, and really pack on the muscle, don't expect one five-pound dumbbell to make you look like the Incredible Hulk, or the guy in the commercial. It simply won't "work" for that purpose. (Suggest Smokin' Hot Guns!!: How an Average Guy Can Get Big, Muscular Arms In One Workout A Week if that's more your goal).

Instead, what it will most definitely do is provide exercise for your arms (and other muscles), maybe add a little muscle if you're really out of shape, and tone them up. For these purposes, I would have to say that it does indeed "work". I think most anyone who picks this thing up and shakes it non-stop for 6 minutes would have to admit they feel like their arms have gotten a little exercise in.

Sooo, if you're not looking to get huge arms, but rather some decent exercise and arm toning- check it out, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
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91 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Robert D. Watson VINE VOICE on October 28, 2010
I tried the shake weight, knowing full well that I would have to do the shaking. Many of the negative reviews of this product seem to think that the weight itself should be shaking, and that's the sole reason why they don't like it.

Overall, I thought this product was pretty good. It's very difficult to learn how to use, in order to keep it shaking while moving it around, and I think you have to make sure that you reverse your grip from time to time in order to get even work on both arms (if you hold it with your left hand on the bottom and the right hand on top, you're probably not working both evenly). The DVD, nor the product manual seem to indicate this, but I found that it was easy to figure that out by trying it.

If you're not going to take the time to work with this, just like any product, you will not succeed. You probably won't even figure out how to do it right, the shaking of the weight while trying to keep your muscles mostly stationary as they say you should do is actually very difficult. It will take practice, but for upper body exercise at home, I think this is a pretty good solution for home strength training.

I would have liked to see a wider range of weights, or at least a notch or something to add an extra one pound weight or something. As it is, once you use this often enough, you'll outgrow their "6 minute workout" and start needing something else.
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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Dave on December 14, 2010
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First I want to address the guys that gave low ratings.
If you can't shake this little 5lb weight, then you are very weak, and need it more then any one. If you are weak, it does make it awkward to use at first. Thats because your not used to it yet...duh? Did you expect to be a pro the first time you use it? Did you expect to look like the guy on tv after 1 day?
Another guy was surprised to find out you have to shake it? Ok thats all I will say on that....I think it speaks for it self.

Now for review: I have been working out since I was in weight training class in high school, I'm 37 now. This weight DOES perform EXACTLY as advertised. I was pleasantly surprised to find this little 5lb weight can make me break a sweat and feel the burn after only a few min of use.
You will use and build fast twitch white muscle from the short bursts of movement, and you will also build slow twitch red muscle from the hundreds of muscle contractions done in just a couple minutes. Fast twitch muscle is tight and compact, slow twitch is large bulk of the muscle for size and endurance. I can see how this will bennifit both.
I don't know if you will build raw power with this, but you will most certainly burn calories, lean muscle, get ripped, and even some bulk after long term use. (natural looking bulk, not wrestler looking bulk.
One thing people must realize. The only way to look like the guy on TV is many many years of very hard work, and a strict diet. (5-10 years)
It's a shake weight, not a magic wand.

I recommend this for any one
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