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KINETIC ENGINE Carbon Steel Spring turbo-charges abdominal and arm workouts
ULTRA-WIDE WHEEL Stabilizes movement to carve left, right and center
PERFORMANCE GRIPS Rubberized, non-slip ergonomic grips for stability control
FOAM KNEEPAD High-density foam for superior comfort
Imported from USA
Carve Your Core
The Perfect Ab-Carver Pro will carve your core and help you get ripped abs and sculpted arms. The kinetic "engine" uses
a carbon steel spring to turbocharge your abdominal and arm workouts. It provides resistance as you roll out and
assistance when you roll back. The ultra-wide tread provides maximum stability when carving left, right, and center.
Ergonomic hand grips are angled to help activate arm and core muscles. Download the digital workout to get a 21-day plan
to a stronger core and sculpted arms. The workout is designed for all fitness levels, from beginner to advanced.
Carbon steel spring coils up to add resistance on the way out and assistance on the way back
Download the 21-day workout
Invented by the US Navy SEAL who brought you the Perfect Pushup
Rey lost 20 pounds!
Angela lost 18 pounds!
Rob lost 29 pounds!
Real people, real results. The Ab-Carver Pro can help transform your body to get that lean flat stomach and six
pack abs you’ve always wanted. Proper diet and exercise are key elements to any weight loss program and the above are
just three examples of Carver success stories. The results above were achieved with exercise and a reduced calorie
diet. Your results will vary.
3 Rules of Carving
* Quality Not Quantity - Proper form is critical for best results. Stay focused. Keep your core tight.
* Learn Your Limits - Carving is an intense exercise, especially the first time you try it. It is not unusual to feel
sore after your first carving workout. This is a tough exercise and it will take time to build your core.
* Take It Slow - Carving is not about speed, it's about slow and controlled muscle contractions. Pace yourself. Moving
slowly lets you focus on maintaining proper form and getting results.