At first glance, this bike looks like it is straight out of a video arcade but once you look a little deeper, you'll see that it's actually an exercise bike.
How funny is this picture from the website? Now let's get serious -- Unlike invasive liposuction or over-the-counter anti-cellulite treatments that don't work, the Cellubike claims to engage the body's own force to actually eliminate, not disguise or forcibly remove cellulite from the body. While peddling at 70% of your maximum heart rate, a certified technician will then position the array of infrared lights onto your cellulite.
Worried about being a burn victim? Me too, but the makers claim that the infrared opens up the capillaries and blood vessels and allows for a better blood flow into the cellulite. Then the cardio flushes the cellulite through your system and then out of your system.
You will see these residues leaving your system through the sweat glands as well as your excretion system within several hours after a session.
Right. I am, as you can imagine, skeptical. However, this thing is new to the U.S. so let's give it some time. So to find the location (and prices) of a CelluBike appointment near you, visit the CelluBike site.