What if there was a way where a person could strengthen their abdominal muscles and tone their stomach with out having to exercise out all? Doctors, personal trainers, and Olympic athletes have been using a long kept secret to easily train specific muscle groups with out having to exert any energy at all.
Electronic Muscle Stimulation (EMS) is a therapeutic device that allows people undergoing physical therapy to strengthen and tone their muscles during a period of forced immobility. New clinical research has inspired the FDA to approve the device for use over the counter.
The Flex Belt will stimulate all your stomach muscles causing contractions that provide you with the perfect crunch – that means your upper abs, the lower abs and even your obliques are going to get worked from The Flex Belt…and it does all the work for you. You don’t have to worry about your form or come up with the time to get it done. The Flex Belt is clinically demonstrated to deliver firmer, stronger and more toned abdominal muscles while you are: at home, at work, watching TV, exercising, folding laundry, helping your kids with their homework, taking a walk…virtually anywhere and anytime.
Sit-ups and crunches are the worst exercises and should never be done. A common injury sustained during these exercises is “throwing” your neck out. This was first thought to occur when a person didn’t support his or her neck, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Crunches and sit-ups cause the abdominal muscles to be pulled too tight, as if you were wearing a straitjacket. This excessive pulling puts tremendous stress on your neck, and this is what “throws” your neck out.
With the Flex Belt You Can Expect Results
When Flex Belt is used on a daily basis, you are sure to see visible changes in your abdominal muscles within 4 to 8 weeks which is very quick for a device of this kind. When wearing the belt you would be able to feel a rhythmic vibration of contracting, holding and relaxing, which is how the belt works.
This is similar to your crunches or any other ab workouts. The only difference being that, while doing such exercises you have to spend separate time for working out and also there is the risk of straining your spine. With Flex Belt you can get the same results with no effort at all.
The levels of vibration ranges from 1 to 150 and you can choose the intensity that you want. For most beginners level one would be best option to start with. You can increase the intensity slowly as you feel more confident and want more work to be done in your abdomen.
Athletes and Doctors Alike Endorse the Flex Belt
In many other sports and exercise equipments, you would find fictious people endorsing the product. However, Flex Belt has been endorsed by real people who have used the product and are happy with the result they have obtained.
Some of the famous people who have endorsed the Flex Belt include San Francisco 49ers All Star, Jerry Rice. Jerry rice in his testimonial has said although he has an athletic build, working abdominal muscles was one major work for him, which was reduced by the Flex Belt.
Janet Evan who has got 4 Gold Medals in Swimming in Olympics is another person who is absolutely satisfied with Flex Belt and recommends it to others too. She affirms that being a swimming champion, it is important for her to have a firm core. But exercises for the core region take too much time.
Flex Belt does all the core exercises including 150 contractions and relaxation for her in just few minutes without any work on her part. She is happy that this exercise is done without depriving of her time spent with her family or hindering any routine.
Even scientists who have vast experience in EMS like John Porcari, who is Professor of Exercise and
Sport Science, University of Wisconsin and Dr Frank Cohen who is a renowned chiropractor have verified the working of Flex Belt and confirmed its results to be true and not any kind of gimmick.
Electronic Muscle Stimulation sounds incredibly futuristic and outlandish, how does this revolutionary new device stand up against traditional ab exercises?