Show it off

Ugi – “U got it.  Show it off.”  How fun is that motto??

Have you heard of the Ugi ball yet?  I first heard about this piece of fitness equipment on the Bodyrock website.  The hosts were incorporating it into their short and effective home workouts.  I was curious so I did some research and read all about Ugi Fitness on their website.  Lucky for me, I was selected to test and review my very own Ugi at Home System!

The weights range from 6-12lbs and I went with the 10lb one in turquoise.  At first I thought that it was so light and there was no way I would get a good workout using it.  Did I ever prove myself wrong!  I flipped through the guide that came in my package and the number of exercises you can do with the Ugi is unbelievable!  A DVD with five 30-minute workouts was also enclosed so I popped it into my laptop and got to work!

My Ugi ball might only be 10lbs but the workouts are killer.  Both the guide and DVD include the same workouts so you don’t necessarily need both.  If you don’t have access to a TV or laptop (if you’re travelling, for example), you can just bring the guide along with you.  There are five different 30-minute workouts that target different muscle groups.  Each workout includes 30 exercises that you do with the Ugi for one minute each.  They were very easy to follow and I definitely felt the burn!

The Ugi workouts were definitely a lot more challenging than I expected (but I like it that way!).  I like that the workouts are functional and combine strength, balance, cardio, and core training all at the same time.  Bonus: they are only 30 minutes long.

The Ugi ball definitely gets two thumbs up from me!  Find out more about the pricing and different Ugi Fitness packages here.

Edited to add: Ugi is offering $30 off + free shipping for the month of September using code BODYROCK30 at checkout.  Shipping is free for both US and Canadian residents, excluding Alaska, Hawaii, NWT, and Yukon.

What is your favourite piece of at-home training equipment?

How much time do you set aside each day for your workouts?

 

Comments

  1. 6

    Susan says

    I have a UGI (pink of course!!) and I love it. My home gym is a combination of UGI, some dumbells, a yoga mat, a step and a stability ball. It is nothing fancy but it all fits nicely in the corner of my spare bedroom and I can get a full body workout with cardio too.

  2. 7

    says

    My favorite piece of home fitness equipment is my doorframe mounted pullup bar. I love pull ups and chin ups, so I wouldn’t be able to do them safely without it.

    I would like to set an hour aside for my workouts a day, but sadly I am lucky to get 30 min! My bulldog needs attention ya know? lol

  3. 8

    says

    I always wanted to buy an ugi ball when I first saw it on Bodyrock but just didn’t have it in my budget to buy one. I use a medicine ball but do like how the ugi is softer and a bit bigger than MB. Love the color, pretty!

  4. 10

    says

    That Ugi thing looks awesome! And the workout looks tough, too.

    My favorite home gym equipment is definitely TRX. With that, a set of adjustable weights and the ability to run and bike outside, my husband and I don’t have gym memberships! Saves us a ton of time and money, too.

    Your workout clothes are ridic cute! xo.

  5. 19

    Brittany says

    I just order my 10 lbs ugi last night! I am also a bodyrocker and have been wanting an ugi of my own for months now! So excited!

  6. 20

    says

    I just ordered my UGI Ball this evening. I had been eyeing this but no one said I could get a discount. This is the Universal God send to me. I am so glad because if it had not been for the discount this would not be coming to me. I knew and thought it it worth it. It’s for me to get healthy, stay healthy challenge myself. I think you Jesus.

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