Manufacturers claim you can pedal away your unsightly cellulite with the help of a secret ingredient: infrared light.
According to the makers of the Cellubike, exercisers who ride an upright or recumbent stationary bike for 40 minutes will burn up to 200 calories. But because of the infrared rays, Cellubike users will burn between 600 and 2,400 calories in the same time.
"It penetrates your skin up to an inch and a half, and that's what gets the capillaries expanded and producing more blood flow, which is then detoxifying your body and bringing the wastes out," said Ellen Reinhardt, president of Better Bodies Inc., which markets Cellubike in the United States.
'It Worked for Us'
Cellubikers Terri Morgan and Trudi Knoedler said that for them, the Cellubike lived up to its promise.
"I lost -- in my first 15 sessions -- 4 inches off my thighs, off each one," Morgan said. "Can you imagine? Four inches on each one. That's tremendous."
"I resorted to liposuction, which left the skin just slack-looking and increased the cellulitey effect," Knoedler said. "So when I started doing this with every treatment, I noticed that the skin was getting tighter, the dimples were starting to go away." Cellubike recommends 15- to 40-minute sessions to see results.
But can the results be credited to infrared light, or will a good old-fashioned workout on a regular bike do the trick?
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