For every product you read, I will give the following details, along with my reviews.
My name is Tom and I work as an orthopedic surgeon with experience treating both injured athletes and healthy people. For the sake of this article, I am focusing on a group of people who train hard and train often: bodybuilders, strength athletes, recreational athletes, athletes that do all kinds of exercise in their lives, and more. There are many products out there that claim to help you be stronger, faster, and more effective. I am not going to list every product out there, but if you read some reviews for an athlete or someone who is looking to build muscle, or just want to be stronger, I will cover them in detail.
If you're a bodybuilder, you will want a weight training product that can help you build more muscle. I would not recommend a product called a "weight machine," or a "treadmill" (though you may want one of those). Weight machines are great for training your biceps, triceps, or forearms, but they are not very effective for building your shoulders or other key muscle groups. If you have a triceps workout, I would avoid any type of weight machine (treadmill, bench press, overhead press, barbell row, etc). It's also important to note that most of the weight training products on the market are not designed to work your entire body.