Thigh Perfect tempts you with its name. Basically, it’s a resistance-based piece of exercise equipment that works your lower body. You select the level of intensity and then slide your legs together and apart; by doing this, they claim you will have toned glutes, abs, and, yes, thighs.
Thigh Perfect is brought to you by National Express, a direct marketing company that has an A+ from the BBB. They may resolve complaints, but that doesn’t necessarily mean this is a quality product.
The Thigh Perfect Pitch
They claim everybody wants a toned tummy, butt, and legs. They say not only will it make you look good, but you’ll feel more confident as a result. They tout its ease-of-use and tantalize with images of beautiful models with perfect bodies who probably didn’t use this device to get fit.
How Thigh Perfect Works
Thigh Perfect is a foldable track with sliders you work with your feet. It comes with 3 levels of resistance (aka 3 different strength rubber bands). To use, choose a band and attach to the sliders. Insert your feet and begin sliding. They call this “Track-Scion Flow Technology” but it’s really just basic resistance training. This type of exercise has been shown to strengthen and tone provided it is used regularly along with a good diet – otherwise the fat will still cover up your hard work!
The 30-Day Thigh Perfect Trial Offer
They say you can try Thigh Perfect for 30 days – for this “privilege” you have to send them $14.95 plus $9.95 shipping. If you do not like it, you can return for your money minus the $9.95 and what it costs you to ship it back.
It really Costs:
$64.80 (after your 30 days, you must make 2 additional payments of $19.95.
Bottom Line: Is Thigh Perfect a Scam?
As we mentioned earlier, resistance-based exercise does help people tone, so long as it’s combined with a good diet. Also, you do need to figure out a way to work your upper body or you might look lopsided (and a cardio workout isn’t a bad idea, either). But this machine is expensive and does very little. On top of that, there have been complaints by consumers that it is poorly made. And good luck getting in touch with an actual person: there is no customer service number listed, only an email. If you are interested in the oh-so-elusive perfect pair of thighs, we suggest looking for a workout machine one that has verifiable online reviews from a more reputable retailer.