Buff Dudes Bodybuilders Tried Old School Fitness Equipment Video

Buff Dudes Bodybuilders Tried Old School Fitness Equipment Video

The YouTube fitness duo the Buff Dudes, brothers Brandon and Hudson White, are going old school once again in their latest challenge. They recently tried workout videos from the 1980s and 1990s , and before that they tried out exercises from the 1940s. Now, they’ve sought out vintage exercise equipment to see if the gear can actually deliver results.

“Fitness has been around for a long time, but if there’s one thing that hasn’t changed, it’s that people are still looking for shortcuts in order to burn fat and gain muscle fast,” they say setting the tone early on.

Equipment Test 1: The Twist ‘N Tone Exerciser
This is a rotating square that “takes the work out of shaping up and puts the fun in as your twist your way to a happier, trimmer you with stimulating exercises that are quick, easy and enjoyable to do”.

Brandon tries it out, and says, “I don’t feel trimmer. I don’t think this thing works so well. The transverse abdominis is probably working a little bit, and you do feel it a little bit the longer you go… so I do have to give it that much. But there’s no real resistance, and I have to say using this a couple minutes a day is probably not going to do what they advertise it to do.”

Equipment Test 2: The Belly Belt
This is an inflatable weight belt that will help you “deflate the fat”.

Hudson straps it on, and blows air into it with a small straw.

“It’s a lung workout,” he says. “Or you can use it to push people out of the way at the gym passive aggressively if they’re using all the weights.”

Equipment Test 3: Gerry Philbin’s Instant Gym
This pocket-sized ‘gym’ made of wood and string that promises to add muscle with resistance.

“It’s kind of like a kid’s game where you want to keep the tension on there. As for the contraction of the muscles, there’s not a lot,” says Brandon.

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Equipment Test 4: The Miracle Body Lift
Hudson’s wife Aga and Brandon’s girlfriend Mikayla try this one out, a piece of plastic meant to be held between the thighs to work the upper thigh and buttocks, “muscles that in normal daily activity are underused” according to the product’s description.

“I feel it working the inner thighs, I like that,” says Mikayla. But the product overall is a bust.

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Equipment Test 5: The Torso Trimmer
This rope resistance trainer “looks a little bit like I would tie my boat to the dock with this thing. A very small boat,” says Hudson. “Might not be able to support 220 pounds.”

Adds Brandon, “You wonder how many people bought this thing and used it. But I guarantee they probably did’t get a lot of results.”

Equipment Test 6: The Thigh Blaster
This foam and metal piece of equipment is used to tone your inner thighs.

“It’s kind of like the adduction machine, but we can’t change the resistance,” says Aga.

Equipment Test 7: The Relax-I-Cizor
“I do not feel relaxed when I look at this thing,” says Brandon about this equipment that supposedly uses electric currents to tone your muscles.

“I’m scared,” says Hudson.

They try it out, and they’re shocked it really works.

“It contracts! It really works,” says Hudson. “It’s definitely contracting and hurting a little bit too because I just actually got shocked.”

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