Bullworker or "Perfect Pushup"?

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gomab2k4
I am in the market for a portable means to exercise in my office during my lunch break...for those days I have the time or missed out on a workout the day before. I have a nice setup at home which mixes weights and cardio. Which would benefit me more of these two? Pros and cons of each please?  

10 Apr 2007 20:15
Crazy_eyes
The guy was just asking for help. But hey gomab2k4, I think I've heard about the perfect pushup one, but not the other. Post up a couple links to the two if you can and I'm sure you'll get some help bro.  

11 Apr 2007 04:26
Crazy_eyes
It is, and i'm not saying its not. But everyone starts somewhere right? And if you read his post it says for the days hes missed out on a workout. So what if he says work out? I commonly refer to lifting as getting jacked, its just words and slang. So instead of getting picky n bitchy why dont you just offer the guy some help?  

11 Apr 2007 05:55
Morgan
no kidding ^^^^^^^^  

11 Apr 2007 17:25
lil bit
[QUOTE=Crazy_eyes]It is, and i'm not saying its not. But everyone starts somewhere right? And if you read his post it says for the days hes missed out on a workout. So what if he says work out? I commonly refer to lifting as getting jacked, its just words and slang. So instead of getting picky n bitchy why dont you just offer the guy some help?[/QUOTE]

Ditto. Well put, darlin.  

11 Apr 2007 20:05
cwshorns
MB gets a little high on herself sometimes, take what she says with a grain of salt from time to time; MB- you might want to humble yourslef a bit :2cents:  

11 Apr 2007 20:09
lil bit
I just googled the two items....it looks like the bullworker would give you more options, allow you to work more bodyparts, though resistance bands tend to wear out over time, while the pushup one is simply for that. Depends on what you're looking for...how much you want to be able to work. And I assume you have your own office? If you do, instead of the pushup one, go with an exercise ball. You can do pushups on one of those and get the same extra work with your core, have more options of exercises open to you, and they're usually pretty inexpensive.  

11 Apr 2007 20:12
gomab2k4

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