01. 02. 2006
It's a well-known fact that horse-riding is an excellent form of exercise, but if, like me, you're too cheap and/or too much of a wimp to take lessons, you might consider springing for one of these. The iGallop supposedly mimics the trot of a horse, and promises "flat abs, firm behind and toned thighs". At a recent OSIM roadshow, quite unsurprisingly, the iGallop units seemed to attract kids in droves, rather than women interested in a shapelier figure.
The iGallop is available only in Singapore and Hong Kong right now.
Similar in concept is National's JOBA, which has a considerably more saddle-like seat. JOBA is available in Japan and Hong Kong.