How to Avoid Fitness Gadget Rip-offs
A list of tips for cautious consumers
Reviewed By Michael Smith
You've seen the ads: Glistening, chiseled bodies with the promise that you too can look this way if you only use - fill in the blank -- this machine, this supplement, this workout. And all in only 10 minutes a day, no less.
One thing for sure, your wallet will be a lot lighter after you fork over the money, even if you're not. The problem is, some of these products may actually help you lose weight and get in shape if you use them correctly. So, how to do know which products really do hold promise?
Here's a list of tips from the American Council on Exercise to help you make practical decisions:
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