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Does ISO7X Really Work?

Here is a breakthrough workout device, called the ISO7X, that claims to use the power of isometrics to build strength, power, and lean muscle in a very, very fast way, and at the same time build more muscle.  It is shaped like a violin without the round part.  You can do over 30 exercises on this ISO7X.  What’s more, with these 30, they claim you will get a total body workout.  All it takes they say, is just 7 seconds per exercise.  And it is so compact, it can be stored anywhere, they say.  What man wouldn’t want a bigger chest, a stronger back, powerful shoulders and arms, tighter abs and obliques?  There is even a calibrated strength meter so you can measure your progress, they say.

ISO7X Reviews

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To keep it short, the ISO7X does work, it’s a tough little thing that has survived travel, an offroad trip in a pickup bed, and a couple keggers. However, if you are a tall person (I’m standing 6’8 in my bare feet), some of the exercises get to be a little difficult to do without putting your body in a position to potentially injure yourself, especially your lower back. The exercise chart they send is also a little bit of a let down, frequently having duplicate (or just plain wrong) exercise photos that don’t match the exercise being described.

All in all, though, I was very happy with the ISO7X, and I have recommended it to several of my friends (they are a little closer to average height).

Andy D.
March 23rd, 2010
Northeastern Nevada
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