I saw the commercial and decided this was the time to get back in shape !! This is the time to get my health back to normal obese levels (hey, one step at a time). I paid, was welcomed by the most beautiful girl in the world with the jiggliest boo...set of eyes. She showed me the ropes and gave me a little pep talk before turning me loose to start living again. I worked out for what felt like 2 hours, all the while she would glace at me and and give me a thumbs up while....well, jiggling at me. At the end of y workout, which actually only lasted about 45 min., I said my goodbyes and vowed to return. She waved and jiggled and with the sweetest voice said "I'll be looking forward to seeing you again"!!! With that, I went by Burger King for a #1 combo (extra large) to replenish my fatigued body. I ate, took a shower (after a quick jerk), then went to bed. I could hardly sleep being that I was soooooexcited about seeing ms. jiggles and working out again. After the grand slam breakfast Denny's, I went to work out. Upon entering, I noticed the girl of my dreams was not there. I figured she was off so I went ahead with my workout with thoughts of her in my head. After about 15 min of working out, tired and ready for lunch, I noticed out of the corner of my good eye, who I thought was my gal. I ran up to her gleaming with pride that I was back. when I tapped her onthe shoulder, it was not her. Instead, a ugly old woman turned around and with a toothless grin said "Hi Ya"!! I must have dropped about 50 pounds in my shorts before saying hi back to it...er... her. I turned and run as fast as I could and didnt look back. I returned a fewtimes again and even drove past the place but ms jigglies was never there. About two months later, I got a bill for "breaking" one of the treadmill machines. Aparently there IS a weight limit and I was well over it. Today, I am 150 pounds heavier, and am out about $3,500 bucks. I am pushing 500 pounds and there is no hope. I miss the days of being a trim 350. Buyer Beware!!!