I purchased an old, used Bullworker from a second hand shop last week. You know, one of those things, that even if you're a wimp, you can still defend yourself by swinging it 'round yer head and hitting people with
Well, so far I've only 'played' with it. I did post earlier, asking advice on buying free weights, but I'm begining to wonder if this thing might not be the solution to my basic routine, for now. I've been feeling some interesting results and I'm not sure, but I *think* my arms may just have gotten a little more defined. I feel better in myself, too, though that could be psychological.
So, today, I looked around the 'net for some testimonials and official excercise charts. I've collected about 10 or so movements, although the adverts boast over 40 exercises. Does anyone know where I could get hold of the full chart for little to nothing?
In your experiences, is this thing a silly gimmick, or does it really do what it says on the tin? I mean - how would it compare with free weight-training?
My aerobic and warm up is taken care of on the bike - no matter what the weather, and I use my squeezy hand-springs while watching TV at night.
Also, does anyone have any warnings about Bullworker? Like, is it easy to strain yourself, or something? I'm not not one for fast repetitions, rather, I have been working slowly and methodically with it, in an effort to build strength, rather than sheer bulk.
Thanks in anticipation, friends...
Thread: Is BULLWORKER any good?