Bun and Thigh Max Reviewed
The Bun and Thigh Max offers a solution to what is a difficult part of the body to exercise without expensive gym equipment.
You can perform most exercises at home with a set of dumbbells or a home gym, but targeting your abductors and adductors (inner and outer thighs) specifically is difficult... which is probably why this product is so popular.
Many people see it as the complete solution -- a tool that will transform their physique by burning fat and sculpting muscles. Unfortunately it's not quite as straight forward as that...
Here's a brief explanation of a theory called spot reduction and why it's important if you're thinking of buying a Thigh Master...
Spot reduction states that if you exercise a particular muscles group (like your thighs) you will burn fat from that area. Not true. Any health and fitness expert will tell you that spot reduction is completely dismissed. To lose excess fat, wherever it may be stored on your body, requires you to burn more calories than you consume. Do that and your body will take the fat from wherever it put it last!
Used consistently it will tone and strengthen your muscles in your thighs and other areas. But if they are still hidden under a layer of fat you won't see much difference. Combine this product with some aerobic exercise and a sensible diet and you have a winning plan.
The Bun and Thigh Max is about as simple a piece of exercise equipment as they come, which is not a bad thing. It's very similar to the older Thigh Master but more robust and offers a greater range of exercises.
Unfortunately the consumer feedback I've found is not very positive at all. There are complaints that it's difficult to adjust, lacks adequate resistance and is generally of poor quality. There is not much praise for the instructional video either.