Written on: 08/05/2016 by axFaulkner63 (1 review written)
I bought my first LTT about ten years ago, bad experience like many bought mine off the internet cheaper than through main supplier, it was noisy dropped grease and the resistance mechanism disintegrated by day two, I was convinced it was a fake as even the LTT sticker was hanging off and from what I remember other details weren't right, I struggled to get my money back but bought a Reebok mini stepper with cords it was a much simpler mechanism basically an adjustable brake band, which does… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2013 by lubina (1 review written)
I love to use this while blasting fast club tunes, if you get going you can get a good sweat on and it will make your body shape up. Yes the thing tends to squeek,it has been oiled and the computer is rubbish. I need a new one as the resistance control is broken so its feels a bit to easy for me. So im looking for a new one, this is the best gadget ive tried that has actually worked… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/02/2012
We brought this unit around 3 years ago, was not cheap. Due to circumstances at the time it did not get used so much. Started to use it again around 2 months ago as I gave up smoking, so wanted something to help combat the weight gain. Only started slowly to build up, so around 10 minutes/day. I felt and could see the difference but then bang! ....What looks like a rotating collar which is attached to the foot rests has shattered leaving a mass of broken alloy material bits and several large… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/01/2011
I have had a stepper for about a year. I could thoroughly recommend it because it is such an easy piece of workout machine with easy manouveres to do, with such great benefits of shaping the body.
I do around 10-20 minutes a day, every morning seven days a week. I use my bike for 20 minutes a day in the evening too. If you use the stepper with any other exercise machines, you will see the weight fly off.
Stick to it, and you will see results in the first week :)
Try and aim for atleast 10… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/10/2010
I've been using a LTT for several years now and get a really good home work out from it. But please, like anything, read the instructions before you use it - it's all very well throwing yourself enthusiatically at your new piece of work out machinery but you're just going to end up doing yourself an injury which could easily be avoided. Warm up first (not just saying it, it's really important that you warm up and stretch out before you use your LTT or you could do some real damage to… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/07/2010
I did used to like the Latteral thigh trainer..If you use everyday for 20 mins and build up a sweat..You can loose weight...
The problem is i have suspected for a while that the way in which your knee twists outwards everytime you step is not at all natural.It is not the same as skiing.rollerbooting etc as it twists your leg the other way.forcing more of the lower part of your leg to turn from the knee joint which isnt good.
Low and behold i have recently began using my machiene again for a bit… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/05/2010
I've recently brought a lateral thigh trainer, I try to do 20mins 4 times a week but my weight is still the same any suggestions????… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/03/2010
Hi, does anyone know where i can get an extra chain for my lateral thigh trainer?… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/03/2010 by Nikki10 (1 review written)
I have found lateral thigh trainers a great means of home exercise. They can really build up a sweat especially the ones that come with tension cords so you can do a full body workout. They great if you not very motivated to do a lot of exercise because a couple of minutes a day will be enough to get your fitness levels up.
My biggest problem was the shelf life. The cables broke easily and there were just too many moving parts that something eventually went wrong with and as a woman I wasn't… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/11/2009
The lateral thigh trainer is a great exercise machine. I haven't exactly bought alot of exercise machines, but can tell that this one is very good. You can really feel it working and you can choose a low impact or more of a high impact routine.
Like with all exercise it is hard toget motivated to get on it, but once you do its actually pretty pleasant. The best part is that you can tell that it is working your muscles and using up calories.
I would recommend it to anyone looking to lose some… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2009
I bought the LTT but I can't use it because it squeaks so much that it goes through my head (even annoys the hell out of my cat). I've oiled it and it makes no difference. It's too late now to send it back. In theory I'd say that if you could use it, it would be quite good but it's also very boring.
Ole… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2009
DON'T BUY THIS LATERAL THIGH TRAINER! NO HAND RAILS OR ANYTHING TO GRAB ONTO!
I was gung-ho on this thing when I first got it....but BEWARE!
First off, you'd better be really balanced to get on it, like the back of a sofa or heavy chair.
The workout is boring & tedious after awhile ~ even when watching the video that comes with it. Keeping your balance is a major requirement.
I put it "away". It was a convenient size, but I didn't use it because it had to be backed up to a chair or sofa… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2009 by Kimberleyadele (1 review written)
The LTT is an amazing way to exercise if you dont like going to the gym. I have a young child and its perfect to just do at home in your own time. Iv had mine for 2 years and had no problems at all with it. I do 1000/2000 a day and within 2 weeks my flabby bits on my belly and hips are gone and thats without dieting. Perfect for a quick fix. This time im eating healthy aswell as doing the work out so im hoping for even better results. Defo a 5/5 from me… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/07/2009
I was a lil overweight and got given a lateral thigh trainer as a family member was moving overseas. Decided to do it to burn time more than anything and ended up toning all the problem areas (especially thighs). It definitely works and I recommend to anyone who wants a quick easy workout everyday - almost anyone can spare 20 mins!… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2009
The Lateral Thigh Trainer is a really good work out… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2009 by missmgregg (1 review written)
I am 47 yrs at this moment I weigh 70 kilos or for us oldies 11 st 3llb !! I found the LTT very good been useing it for 3 weeks twice a day with the workout vidio, although I dont seem to have lost any weight yet I can feel my body thighting up so I will do my best to keep going and see what next week brings… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/06/2009
The lateral thigh trainer is excellent. Yes there is a noise with the chain, but a bit of WD40 should sort that out. I tried it around four years ago and lost loads around the thighs and hips, and have just taken the same one out of the cupboard and started a fitness regime again. It can be boring, but i was using it with Wii fit (The jogging part) and that put paid to some of the boredom. Great purchase… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/04/2009
Lateral Thigh Trainer is a a real workout. Calorie burner and she keeps you motivated… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2009
The lateral thigh trainer is great for losing weight as the first week I used it i could see and feel the results but the only thing is I think it can be really boring and its a bit noisy. Overall I think its good if you can stick to it x… Read Full Review
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