Gold's Gym Ab Wheel

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Walmart #: 000917833
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  • Targets your abs, shoulders, arms and back
  • Dual wheels for greater stability
  • Easy grip handles
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    About this item

    The Golds Gym Ab Wheel helps tone your upper body as you desire. This wheel targets your abs, shoulders, arms, and back for a strength building workout. The dual wheels offer great stability during hard workouts. You can do your workouts conveniently for hours with this weight lifting equipment as it has soft, easy, foam-grip handles. It is made of sturdy materials to ensure extended durability. You can easily assemble this exercise tool with the help of minimal tools. This abdominal exercise equipment is the ideal choice for strengthening and sculpting your upper body.

    Gold's Gym Ab Wheel:

  • Targets your abs, shoulders, arms and back
  • Dual wheels for greater stability
  • Comfortable, easy grip handles
  • Assembly required
  • Dimensions: 7.25"L x 10.25"W x 7.25"H
  • Model# 05-0821GG

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    Model No.: 05-0821GG
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.45
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 7.25 x 10.25 x 7.25
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 917833

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    Customer Reviews | 166 reviews | 4.2 out of 5

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    Great Product & Workout! (not cheap like it looks)

    Customer review by INDY88

    5.0 stars by INDY88

    This ab wheel is great! It may look cheaply made in pictures because it's plastic, but it is just as sturdy as the ones at my gym. I love the results I get from the one I use at my gym so much that I bought this for quick workouts at home. It really works your abs and entire core. A great bonus is that it works your triceps (under arm muscles), deltoids (shoulders), chest, and stabilizer muscles. You engage many more muscles using a roller like this than by doing sit-ups/crunches. This was only $8 at Walmart. Don't waste your money (or storage space Haha) on the expensive ab rocker/circle or "perfect sit-up". (The "Valeo" brand looks like it has a steel wheel, but is actually made of plastic too. Both are good quality, but I recommend this one b/c the handles are more comfortable and it's half the price). This wheel looked "cheaply" made from the pictures, but it was inexpensive so I decided to give it a chance (and thought I'd probably end up returning it). I was wrong. Haha. Something doesn't have to be expensive or look cool to give great results. For those that say this wheel is painful to use, you need to start out slowly. Don't roll out as far as you can go. Try going about 3ft out at first, doing about 5 reps (1 rep = out & back). Then increase the distance & reps every week. This will strengthen your core muscles (and wrists) so you can do more rigorous workouts. ***VERY IMPORTANT - If what you're doing hurts your back STOP! If you haven't strengthened your core enough before doing tougher workouts, you WILL injure your back. Also, make sure to keep proper form (keep your back straight the entire time). This prevents injury and gives better results. I hope this helps everyone. I usually only take the time to post reviews if something goes wrong, but this is obviously an exception. A+

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:18 - 24
    Usage:Every day
    This Little Yellow Wheel is Kicking my Buns!

    Customer review by Sandy667

    5.0 stars by Sandy667

    I didn't think much of this product. I had been searching for a detachable wheel to bring to my gym to get my abs in shape since the ab machines are always being hogged up by over zealous people. And I under estimated this little wheel....It has been kicking my butt!!! After 1 WEEK of working out with this wheel 20 minutes a day, my definition lines I lost at the age of 23 years old has suddenly decided to make a re-appearance! A few people at the gym (especially men) come up to me and ask if they could have a few minutes with it. And my respones is the same everytime. "NO!" I recommend it to any and everyone, I carry it around in my gym bag. So easy. So great. Buy it. **(Did I mention that I have had major medical issues with my intestines and my stomach had become very weak over the last 5 years because they cut my so many times on my stomach. This is going to help me to strengthen my inner and outter abdominal walls.) -Sandy

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    Woodhaven, NY
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every day
    simple yet awesome

    Customer review by jculbre57

    5.0 stars by jculbre57

    It really does work the abs. I am getting great results with this simple wheel. yes it is cheaply made, but I have had no problems with it at all. Everyone should have one of these.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every few days
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    My sis had a baby about a year ago. She is 5ft tall and about 370lbs. Would you recommend this for her? Would she have trouble using it? Even though she is heavy, she is very flexible.
    by an anonymous customer 5/29/2012
    • I would think not. She could use it in smaller increments of difficulty and work her way up
      by Bishnoo6/3/2013
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    • I don't think flexibility would be the problem. It's the weight and pressure you put on it. I'm a big girl too and I feel I keep having to adjust it because I make a groove in my rug. And that puts pressure on my neck.
      by Maam085/22/2013
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    • Yes I think it can but first week or two will be lil tuff after that core should become stronger an exercise lil easier good luck
      by Creteguy5/8/2013
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    • Well maybe not the cheapest one, she should get the one that is more heavy duty that can hold her weight you know..hopefully I answer your question
      by Pinky24181/22/2014
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    • Please dont take this the wrong way, if she wants to see any results she has to loose most of that weight first. She should focus on her diet and alot of cardio. Otherwise she will just build muscle under fat.
      by soblessed20001/22/2014
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    • It's best to use this wheel after you have a relative amount of core strength already in place. Otherwise, you could risk back injury. Once she has mastered general crunches and lower ab leg lifts - then go to the wheel. What I like about this wheel - not only does it really next level the core workout - but it also engages the shoulders, tri's and bicepts. It looks so simple - but it's a tough workout.
      by Bodunderconstruction3/12/2013
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    • No, I think she'll be able to use this just fine. But, I don't think it will be benificial for someone who is so overweight. The results will not be seen. It would probably be best for her to lose more weight first.
      by mixedpetite2/26/2013
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    • i wouldn't recommend this product for her at this specific time in her life. my abs are already strong, i just use this to tone them up. it takes a lot of strong ab muscle to use this product i recommend she start off with some other less advanced exercises.
      by rob3246912/10/2012
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    • I would say no problem. You only need to go down as far as is comfortable, and still really works your abs.
      by its22210/17/2012
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    • the nice thing about the wheel is you can go at your own ability; start off by rolling just going a foot or two out, work up to rolling out to perpendicular to floor, you'll get there..good luck
      by ricmann9/30/2012
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    by sasha 5/2/2013
    • yes... threw diet and other exercises...
      by lilman514/5/2014
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    • There is no such thing as spot weight loss, but the ab wheel and a proper clean diet will help in general weight loss.
      by JonQ211/21/2014
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    • it's called an AB ROLLER for a reason. it works your ABS.
      by Wsdfsdfh10/12/2014
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    • No.
      by kamer11/1/2013
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    • IT may do.. Because you are doing kind of push up. So it may. Look like above lines it works.
      by WalMart2009Shopper10/26/2013
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    • Slightly... I mean, your burning calories using this thing but your best bet would be to do cardio if you want to lose body weight.
      by MichaelProphet10/12/2013
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    • I don't think it will cause wieght loss. Eat fewer carbo's.
      by Tonelero10/4/2013
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    • I am not sure but because you are using your own weight on the wheel it does tighten the muscles under your breasts. Good Luck :)
      by sinnabunn9/19/2014
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    • No, but it helps tone.
      by OK2BEME6/12/2013
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    • No it targets the core muscles stomach area
      by Akilfadil9/14/2013
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    by MJ 8/12/2013
    • Yes. Carpeting will just add to the resistance.
      by fruztrated11/1/2013
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    • Yes.
      by kamer11/1/2013
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    • Carpet is fine. That is where I use mine. Gym mats also work well if you have one.
      by SuperShopperB10/30/2013
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    • yes, personally it makes it easier than doing it on hardwood, so if you want less friction for a more "intense" workout use it on hardwood.
      by blackcat23mj10/29/2013
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    • Yes. In carpet or floor. Since it has a blackish rugged rubber like thing it works on multiple surfaces.
      by WalMart2009Shopper10/26/2013
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    • Yes, carpet would be good option. I use my wife's yoga mat on wood floor.
      by tech0fun10/26/2013
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    • Yes. It will have a little more resistance on carpet. If you haven't used one before start on a hard floor and then after a month go to the carpet.
      by Tonelero10/4/2013
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    • Yes, works fine. Probably better than non-carpet. More Stable.
      by shakewutugot9/14/2013
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    • Yes, it shouldn't cause any damage to, or difficulty with, carpeted floors.
      by Techjunkpile10/4/2013
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    • sure
      by smelm08/20/2013
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