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Train your abs and core muscles in minutes a Day with the Stealth Core Trainer. Perform abdominal plank exercises using your smartphone and the Stealth App.

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www.stealthbodyfitness.com The amazing stealth core trainer is now in full production. Over 3000 people backed the Stealth on kickstarter and indiegogo.

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  1. I initially preordered this on Kickstarter. Stealth is a simple but very clever fitness device and probably the best purchase I’ve made on Kickstarter. Stealth delivers an amazing workout. In just a few minutes you can exercise your abdomen, back, chest, arms, shoulders, and legs. Stealth has you dynamically plank, as compared to a static plank. It has you twist, bank, and tilt, while holding a plank position. This allows you to engage more muscles than you would in a static plank. You do this while playing a game on a phone app. Your score is posted and ranked by age and gender. It’s very addicting. I’ve already ordered a second on Amazon and have had friends purchase Stealth after trying mine. The criticism I might have is I wish the board was a little wider at the bottom. When doing the exercise, you go to fairly extreme angles and I find my elbows can slip off the board. I now place silicone no slip baking mat on top of the board to eliminate that problem. That has worked out very well.

  2. I just bought the stealth. It is amazing!! I don’t have a ton of time to work out. So I bought this and put it in my bedroom. Quick and easy to use in the morning and at night. The app makes it seem like a game and you don’t realize how long you are actually working your core. Great product.

  3. Because this was my number one question when I was pondering whether to buy this thing I will say first, yes it is ridiculously expensive for what it is. I wish I had gotten in on it while it was still on Kickstarter. I bought it anyway after thinking about it for four weeks because hey it’s the new year gotta spend ridiculous sums on fitness products.Now that being said this thing is fantastic. It’s well constructed and simple. No assembly. The app is free and I have had no issues with it thus far. Paired together they are a blast and you forget you are working your core until your weakest link gives out. I have used it every day, for as long as I could last, and in two weeks my core strength has noticeably improved. Better posture!I am not a fitness model and no one is paying me to make videos of myself touting how great it is so I hope this helps the normal people who are wondering if they should purchase. I say absolutely, although maybe grab one of the used ones that pop up because yikes the price.And I hope they are planning on more games because it would be great to switch it up.

  4. Great system and workout. I am however disappointed by the number of games the Stealth app provides (one!?). While it is a fun and challenging game I was hoping for several games to choose from to keep my interest. I did some searching on the Google play store and found many games that work with the Stealth (search for accelerometer games) and I now have 9 games to choose from. I deducted a star for the lack of software but this thing gives a 5 star workout. I did 7 minutes the day I got it and my core was screaming the next day!

  5. TL;DR version: Hardware great. Software needs some work. Super good ab workout.There are two components to this review and combined they give a 4 star rating.First: the hardware. It’s good. I have the pro model and it seems sturdy, well built and solid. The padding on it is thick and sturdy. The ball joint roles freely and this thing provides a HELL of a workout.My only real complaint: the emails you get when you order this. There’s a bunch of them and they’re all very cutesy about how the Stealth is “flying to an airport near you” and “your stealth has landed and will be placed on a box” etc. It’s overkill and I, personally, found it annoying.There’s even a link to a video about how to unbox it. You know, in case you’ve never opened a box before?Still, from a hardware point of view: solid 5 stars.The software is another story though. I’m running the app on a OnePlus 5 which is admittedly not a common android phone. But it’s running Oreo, has 8 Gigs of memory, 128 Gigs of storage and the Snapdragon 835. In other words it’s at least as fast as the Samsung S8… Yet the app is still slow to load.Once loaded the app is responsive and does provide a decent workout. Basically it puts little dots on your screen and you have to move a crosshair over the dots and hold it there for a few seconds. They tout it as being totally random. It’s not. It always starts in the same area and follows the same placement patterns. Exactly where the dot is placed is randomized but only the defined area it will be drawn. For example: the first dot is always on the right side of the screen, about in the middle and never very far above or below the middle of the screen. The next dot is always on the left bottom area of the screen. It does work but it’s not as great as marketed.The game has one mode. It provides a decent workout but it’s not very interesting or exciting. They hint at more modes soon but apparently that’s been a thing since it was announced.The only compelling reason to use their app instead of some other motion based game is your personal scoreboard and the global leaderboards. It is cool to see how you’re progressing from the first time to later on.The leaderboard only shows the top 200 people and there isn’t any clear or obvious way to see where you are at or if you’re even on it. Another concern is that there doesn’t seem to be any way to prevent people from just holding the phone in their hand and “gaming” the app. There are folks with fairly high scores in fairly short periods of time. That makes me wonder how accurate the boards even are.The last issue I have with the leaderboards is that there’s no way to see if you’re on them. You can filter them to include your gender and age range, yet even when you do that there’s no indication if you’re even on them or what your score actually is. It makes the only compelling reason to even use the app almost pointless. You need to be competitive to care about the boards, but then they made it hard to see if you’re on them?For the most part these gripes are minor issues. Small things like graphs to show your progress or a way to find your personal score… but those small things are missed opportunities and make the app feel like maybe it’s just a beta. The lack of modes or anything interesting doesn’t help.Software: 3 stars. It works, it’s just boring and feels unfinished.Overall: I like the Stealth. It’s provided a really solid couple weeks of ab workouts. The app is lacking but the good news is that apps can be updated. The hardware itself is rock solid and I have no complaints or concerns.

  6. Best ABS workout! I do plank twice a day (morning and evening) and after 3 min. my body was shaking. The apps makes this exercise a game so you don’t focus on time. My first round was 1 min. 47 second and my ABS were burning next day. Highly recommend!

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