The Rom is a piece of equipment being marketed as a product that will allow its users to get the benefits of a 15-45 minute in just four minutes. Hard to believe right? No matter how you work your body to stay in shape, aerobic exercise like jogging or running is included in the line up of benefits for this particular machine. Weight training and stretching exercising are also said to be included in these short four minutes that you sweat it out. Getting exercise all done in four minutes sounds like heaven. Who could pass up an opportunity to decrease the longevity of a workout routine? If anything mentioned so far is peaking your interest, then get a little more inspiration from these celebrity females who make hot and fit look easy. Check out the pictures below.

Serena Williams - The 2012 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Serena Williams at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party (FameFlynet Pictures)

Naomi Campbell - Roberto Cavalli: Runway - Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2012/2013

Naomi Campbell walks the runway during the Roberto Cavalli Autumn/Winter 2012/2013 Fashion Show (Vitorrio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

Jessica White - Escape To Total Rewards At Gotham Hall, New York

Jessica White attends Escape To Total Rewards at Gotham Hall, New York (Micheal Luccisano/Getty Images)

Angelina Jolie - Angelina Jolie and Others on the Red Carpet

Angelina Jolie on the Red Carpet at the 84th Academy Awards doing her leg pose (Pacific Coast

Beyonce Knowles - Beyonce Out in NYC

Beyonce shows off her slimming (post baby) body in route to RedFarm Restaurant with hubby at her side (Pacific Coast News)

Wendy Williams - 20th Anniversary Celebration Of Christian Louboutin

Wendy Williams attends the 20th Anniversary of Christian Louboutin at Bergdorf Goodman, NY (Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

Since you have had a chance to get inspired to get fit, its time to hear more about fitness and the Rom Cross-trainer. Many doctors and trainers recommend 15 minute workout sessions, but 4 minutes is pushing it to the limit a bit. Total disbelief is really what some may think about the timing. Rom representatives claim that potential customer will go through the disbelief stage before reaching a turn-around point and turning into an enthusiast. Customers who decide to try the Rom may hate exercise, but does that hurt equate to the 14,615.00 price tag attached to The Rom? That's a hefty price tag to pay for something that can be accomplished by just splitting your workout into small intervals throughout the day. In the end, it's all about forming healthy habits and getting in some workout time. Maybe the Rom was not created for those of you who only want shorter workouts. It's possible that the equipment was created for celebrities, atheletes, or someone with Ozillionaire money. A free DVD is available if you call 818-787-6460.