By now you have heard about or seen the commercial about the ISO 7X isometric exerciser and perhaps have been looking for a truthful ISO 7X review, if that’s the case then please read this entire article. Let’s take a look at the most common mistakes that people make.
ISO7X Review – Mistake 1
They don’t understand or don’t think that the science of isometrics is for real and so they don’t take this isometric exerciser seriously.
Look, if you don’t believe that you can actually become stronger and more powerful by performing simple isometric exercise movements for only seven seconds then you obviously do not know enough about the science of isometrics. Isometric exercise is thousands of years old. It has been part of many different types of disciplines including, Chinese and Japanese martial arts, yoga, and even Pilates. In essence, isometric training is strength training. Many of the bodybuilding greats have used isometric exercise.
It was used by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Reg Park, and it was even included in the Weider Bodybuilding Principles (Joe Weider referred to isometrics as “Iso-Tension.”) Isometrics is one of the few “scientifically validated” exercise protocols. In fact, in the 1950s two German doctors from the Max Planck Institute conducted research into the science of isometrics and proved conclusively that isometric exercise will yield greater strength, speed and muscle gain than just about any other exercise protocol.
So if you don’t have a great deal of time and want to get ripped as fast as possible than a combination of isometric training with a isometric exerciser like the ISO-7X along with a sensible diet plan will yield you the fast as results.
ISO7X Review – Mistake 2
They don’t compare the ISO 7X with its competition.
Perhaps it’s because the entire idea about doing “isometric exercise” is new to most people, maybe that’s the reason why they don’t comparison shop the 7X with the other Bullworker alternatives. You see, the design of the 7X was originally created by a German named “Gert F Koelbel.” The original design was called the Tensolator. Later on it was renamed the “Bullworker.”
The original design was based on a “2 tube system design” just like the 7X. Subsequently, he redesigned the exerciser so that he could utilize a 3-tube design. In this way, the exerciser can target both sides of the body and perform more exercises. For example, the 7X allows you to perform up to 30 exercises. In comparison, the Bully Xtreme 4, uses a three-tube system design and allows you to perform more than 82 isometric movements.
ISO7X Review – Mistake 3
The biggest mistake in my opinion is that “they purchase an isometric exerciser without an extended defects warranty.”
The 7X does not advertise any type of warranty against manufactures defects on their product. So it is safe to say that the warranty is only for the 30 days. In contrast, the Bullworker classic, Bullworker steel bow and the Bully Xtreme all offer much longer warranties. The Bullworker products offer a five-year defects warranty while the Bully Xtreme 4 offers a lifetime defects warranty. They offer these extended warranties as part of their product and the product sells for only a few dollars more than the ISO7X.
In conclusion, so far in this ISO7X review we have discussed some of the top mistakes that people make when looking for isometric exercise equipment. Predominantly, most people don’t even know about isometric exercise and as a result miss out on all the great strength and muscle building an offense of this type of exercise movement. They also make the mistake of using an older design that has since then been improved upon and updated. Finally, they don’t shop around and find an isometric exerciser that offers a decent warranty against manufactures defects.
So before you purchase any isometric exerciser please make sure that you keep these three top mistakes in mind that we have discussed this ISO7X review.