Health & Fitness

Getting fit and staying healthy are important goals for everyone. There are plenty of gadgets available for both physical health and mental alertness or wellbeing. These include fitness programs, brain supplements, pain relievers, and waist trainers.

But how do you know which health and fitness product is worth the money and which ones are going to just rip you off? Take a look at our overviews of some of the most popular health and fitness items in the market. We’ve asked real people to weigh in (pun intended) on their experiences and give an unbiased opinion. 

The result is a BrightReview: honest, informative, and hopefully a little bit entertaining!

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Wonder Core Smart

Wonder Core Smart

34 reviews

Wonder Core Smart is a small resistance-based exercise machine that the makers claim focuses on your core (i.e. your abs) with “laser-like” precision. They say you can use it in 8...

Bowflex MAX Trainer

Bowflex MAX Trainer

26 reviews

Bowflex Max Trainer by Nautilus claims this exercise machine is the culmination of years of research and the best way to burn the most calories in the shortest amount of time. The Bowfliex Max is...

LCR Health Active-PK

LCR Health Active-PK

25 reviews

LCR Health Active-PK is a three-ingredient dietary supplement that promises to convert deep abdominal fat into energy, leading to less fatigue, increased energy, clearer thinking, and a slimmer...


Royal Posture

Royal Posture

23 reviews

The Royal Posture is a 3-in-1 slip-on back support system that claims to help align your spine and essentially help relieve back pain and improve your overall posture. The Royal Posture claims to do...

Foot Angel

Foot Angel

20 reviews

Foot Angel is a type of open-toed compression sock the manufacturers promise will improve circulation and reduce swelling, as well as combat symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis. They add Foot Angel is...

Futzuki Mat

Futzuki Mat

16 reviews

the back of your heels, or anywhere in between—Futzuki’s 2,800+ reflexology points promise to massage it into submission. To accomplish this, Futzuki claims to feature an...

smoothXbike

smoothXbike

15 reviews

SmoothXbike is an exercise bike they say makes no noise and you can roll it away and fold it up when not it in use. Bikes like these are a great workout, but there are several things that make us...

Genie Hour Glass

Genie Hour Glass

14 reviews

Genie Hour Glass from Tri-Star products is a “waist training” belt that exclaims if you wear it, you will look 2 sizes slimmer instantly. They tout its double compression waist training...

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