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The Ab Prince Pro is a device designed to work the abs and abdominal belt. With these 4 resistance levels offered, beginners, intermediate, advanced and professional, the device can be used by users of all levels. The Ab Prince Pro takes the concept of the Ab King Pro since it offers a range of motion of 200 degrees, but what really sets it apart from these competitors is the Twister system for working obliques.
If you've been sweating in the gym for a long time to get rid of belly fat or love handles, then you know how strenuous it can be.
The Ab Prince Pro is meant to be a way to achieve your goals for a flat stomach and tone your core. The Ab Prince Pro is sold as an ab machine that focuses on the upper, middle, lower, and obliques abs to make sure you get a toned stomach and slim your waistline.
The Ab Prince Pro is an abdominal machine similar to the Ab King Pro offering a range of motion of 210 °. Most abdominal machines on the market cause neck pain and back and often do not target all abdominal muscles, focusing only on the upper abs and leaving the middle abs and obliques left behind.
Indeed, with normal abdominal exercises, you train your abs only during the ascent phase. With the Ab Prince Pro it's different since you work your abs both up and down. So you get a double effect when you do the movement. However, what really differentiates the AB Prince Pro from the AB King Pro and other abdominal machines is the Twister Technology that is at the heart of this equipment.
According to the designers, this system allowing you to perform rotations puts more strain on your abdominal belt and more particularly the obliques. The equipment can support a weight of around 113 kg, which is suitable for the vast majority of users but can be restrictive for overweight people. The Ab Prince Pro is ergonomically designed to support your neck and back throughout the exercise. The sturdy frame keeps you in good position so that you maintain an upright posture (an ideal training posture) which avoids excessive muscle stress. Be careful though if you are tall or short, the Ab Prince Pro is available in one size. The backrest and the bench are quite comfortable with their thick padding. Sometimes the edge of the bench puts a lot of pressure below your knees, which can cause pain.
The product can easily be folded and stored under the bed or stored in the closet. It doesn't take up much space. You will only need to remove a few pins.
The multi-level resistance range is simply dependent on the level of backrest tilt and can be adjusted to suit your own fitness level. Choose from one of four levels: beginner, intermediate, advanced, and pro. With these 4 resistance levels, Prince Ab Pro is suitable for both beginners and advanced users. The Ab Prince Pro, although it is aimed more at beginners, is therefore suitable for everyone.
Although anecdotal, hooks that can accommodate resistance bands (at an additional cost) are scattered in different places of the device.
The Ab Prince Pro, like the Ab King Pro, is a good device that effectively strains the core belt, but the addition of the twister option does not justify the high price in our opinion. The back and neck are properly supported for people of normal height. The results were gradually visible from the first few weeks, but not by training for 3 minutes as promised.
Still, we believe that there are better abdominal machines on the market. The Ab Prince Pro is, in our opinion, not as revolutionary as its designers would like it to be. In the same device line, we recently tested the 5 Minute Shaper and we recommend it if you are looking for a good abs machine. The 5 Minute Shaper will not only work your abdominal muscles, but it will also allow you to use other muscle groups and less so your cardio system. In our opinion, training with the 5 Minute Shaper is much more suitable and the results will be even more visible.
Don't let the name fool you though, 5 Minute Shaper also requires trainning for more than 5 minutes to get good results. To see the 5 Minute Shaper test, click here .
Easy to use
Involves upper, middle, lower abs
Twister technology for obliques
Good back support li >
Foldable for easy storage
Fairly easy assembly
Very high price
Does not allow weight loss li >
The Ab Prince Pro is not listed as a machine designed for weight loss
Not suitable for all body types: the Ab Prince Pro is not designed for very tall or very small users
The amplitude of 200 degrees can cause hyper extension back and neck muscles
Pain below the knees possible
Resistance: not suitable for advanced users
Overall, the Ab Prince Pro is easy to use and delivers real results. Along with toning your abs, proper use will strengthen your back and improve your posture. It is however very expensive to provide just a "light" workout for your lats and obliques, the twister option is not really one as the resistance offered is low.
The Ab Prince Pro allows you to work your abdominals, but is not designed as a machine to lose weight. Performing abdominal exercises can help reduce body fat, but not overall weight loss. People looking to lose weight need the right diet + exercise combination.
While this device actually works, we recommend that you buy a good old-fashioned decline bench for your sit-ups. You can also look to its direct competitors, the Ab King Pro and the Confidence AB MASTER Pro , which for a much lower price, offers similar characteristics, except for the irrelevant Twister system.