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Flex Belt Review

I’m one of those people who really does try to stay in shape, but heck, I work full time and have a personal life too. I don’t have time for long walks or runs and when I do make it to the gym, I’ve got 45 minutes, tops, to get my workout.  I know I’ve got to work my core to keep my belly flat, but if I spend a lot of time on my abs, I’ve got to neglect another part of my body. I had basically resigned myself to sucking in my tummy all day when I learned about the Flex Belt. Here was a device that I could wear around the house while doing housework or watching TV. I also saw that the device was endorsed by university professors, Olympic athletes, chiropractors, actors and models. I figured I could try it out and return it if I didn’t like it.

Boy was I surprised!

The belt was easy to use: I just adjusted it to fit my body and turned it on. Wow! I could feel those muscles working. After getting used to the sensation, I was able to go around the house getting chores done. After removing the belt, my abs felt tighter: Just like I feel after doing a whole bunch of crunches.

It’s been about three months now, and I can definitely say that there’s a difference in my core. I haven’t lost any weight, but I dropped a pants size, showing that the Flex Belt really does work!

 

How it Works

The Flex Belt is an Electronic Muscle Stimulator (EMS), which means that it electrically stimulates your ab muscles so that they contract. This technology is very safe: Gel pads are tucked into the belt and conduct the electric current to the muscles. Over time, the contractions develop the muscles so that you have stronger abs.

Like any product, the Flex Belt has both good and bad points:

Pros:

  • Backed by science and cleared by the FDA, the Flex Belt is a safe way to tone your abs
  • No need to take time out from regular activities to work your core
  • Minimize risk of back strain or other injuries that can happen during ab workouts
  • Pre-programmed with different workouts for different levels of fitness

 

Cons:

  • While the Flex Belt stimulates muscles, you’ll still have to lose body fat with a sensible diet if you want to get that “six-pack” look
  • The gel pads wear out after 30 days, this means I have to get online to order more. The first time this happened, I had to stop using the belt for a week. Now I know better and order them in advance.

 

Where to Buy:

I got my Flex Belt from the official online store. I felt it was safer that way, because I got their guarantee plus some extra bonuses. I live alone, but I also noticed that you can get discounts on multiple belts if other members of your family want them or you want to give them as gifts.

Give It a Try

Look, I’m never going to be a fitness model, but for less than 200 bucks, the Flex Belt has helped me to regain a lot of confidence. It’s helped me to keep fit without interrupting my daily routine and I’m grateful for that. I’m not the only one either, so why not try it out? After all, you have 60 days to decide whether the belt works for you.