Amazing. Multifunctional. A rockin’ piece of equipment. That’s how fitness reporter Lori Corbin of KABC-7 in Los Angeles described the Trikke after going for a test-carve for a story that aired this week in Southern California. [Watch the KABC-7 video here. See additional videos at the end of this story]
In the segment, Corbin interviews Trikke trainers Andy Pliska of SouthBay Trikke and Gina Alo, as well as two So Cal carvers, Bill Greene and Rich Goff.
“I’m always impressed when someone sorta re-invents a wheel or three,” Corbin told TrikkeWorld after the shoot. “It’s always great to find a new way to move. To ask your core to do a lot of work without impact is phenomenal.”
Corbin should know. She’s a member of the American Council on Exercise and the American College of Sports Medicine. She also has a Bachelor of Science degree in nutrition and her “Food Coach” program has slimmed down celebrities, such as Tim Allen, Patricia Richardson and Billy Zane.
“[The Trikke] really works because it’s multifunctional,” Corbin noted. “It certainly helps our sedentary lifestyle population.”
For those who consider the Trikke to be pricey, KABC’s food coach and fitness reporter had this to say:
“You’re putting out a little more in the front end, but I think the benefits will totally pay off.”
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