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Defining Your Abs


Defining Your Abs
s much as some of us would like to forget about it, exercise - like diet - is an equally important part of healthy weight loss. If we think about it long enough, we can come up with a number of excuses for not getting in a routine workout: I'm tired, the weather is bad, joining a gym costs too much, I'm too busy, etc. But the Flex Belt makes it so easy to get in an abdominal workout that some of us may run out of excuses. Traditional ab workouts can be time-consuming, exhausting, and ineffective if you do not intentionally work all muscle areas in your abs on a regular basis. However, the Flex Belt solves all of these problems.

Approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Flex Belt gives you a low-impact abdominal workout simply by wearing it. Through medical gel pads that are strategically positioned, the belt sends pulses that tell the nerves in your abdominal muscles to expand and contract. You are able to control the intensity of your workout by adjusting the level between 1 and 100. This safe, effective device has been proven to give positive results (like smaller waist lines, stronger abs, and better sit-up tolerance) in a clinical trial. In fact, every respondent claimed that they noticed an improvement in the flatness and tone of their abdominal muscles.

Starting at $200, the Flex Belt is an affordable way to get in a regular abs workout. When you begin using it, you will feel a pulse and then muscle contraction. The muscles should remain tense for a few seconds (like a sit-up) and then return to a relaxed state. If you use the Flex Belt daily as directed, visible results can be expected in around 4 to 8 weeks. It is also important to replace the gel pads if they become worn to ensure that you are getting optimal results from your Flex Belt workout sessions.

The Flex Belt may not be for everyone. Women who have recently delivered a baby should ask their physicians and wait at least 6 weeks before using the Flex Belt. If you had a caesarean birth, you may have to wait 3 months. Individuals with heart problems (including pacemakers), diabetes that requires insulin injections, and certain types of cancer should not use the Flex Belt. Always ask your doctor if you are unsure about whether a device would be safe for you to use.


Posted by: Evelyn    Source