Flex Belt Review

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WARNING: When buying a Flex Belt, it’s often safer to buy from the Official Site, due to its seller guarantees and coupons. If you choose to purchase a Flex Belt from a site other than official one, you cannot be guaranteed of its authenticity, and may not be covered by its warranty, shipping and tracking or return policy.

Please visit the Flex Belt on Official site here: TheFlexBelt.com
 Like many of us that sit at a desk all day, my posture is pretty poor and over the years I’ve noticed a stubborn paunch that doesn’t seem to want to go! My job means that I get to review loads of products on the market, and I’ve been lucky enough to be able to test the Flex Belt to see whether it really does deliver the killer abs that the celebrities, sportspeople and 2 million customers rave about.

How does the Flex Belt work?

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The belt is like any flexible abdominal toning belt, but it has three fixed-position gel pads which cover the central abs and the obliques. It uses electronic muscle stimulation (EMS) to contract, hold and release your mid-section, working all of the muscles at the same time.

Why is it better than sit-ups?

Many of us already incorporate fitness and cardio into our daily routine, and just can’t find the time to work on our core. Plus we all know how stubborn the stomach area can be to try and tone up. The Flex Belt can be worn whilst you carry on with your day, at a computer or around the home, for example, and because it’s hands-free, it doesn’t interfere with your tasks.

In terms of effectiveness, it seems unsurpassed. In trials, 100% of participants felt that their abs had become more toned in just 6 weeks.  I’m not sure how many sit-ups you’d have to do to achieve the same level of impact, so quickly.

Finally, I find it more effective because it works the abdominals without placing on the strain on the neck, which often happens with incorrect posture or when you’re tired from too many sit-ups.

Is it safe?

I’m sure that some people may feel apprehensive, strapping on a belt that electronically stimulates your muscles! But the Flex Belt has been cleared by the FDA, and carries the CE symbol. Plus it’s trusted by 2 million of us, including bodybuilders, athletes and celebrities.

What does it feel like?

This was the question that I was asked the most. It’s not an unpleasant sensation; you can feel your muscles contract, hold and then release. I exercise quite a lot, so started at level 60 and got up to level 100 out of 150 after 4 weeks. At the moment, anything above 100 is pretty intense, even for someone like me that is a keen gym-goer, but I’m looking forward to progressing! Afterwards, you can really feel the effect, it’s like you’ve had a hard session in the gym.

How often do I need to do it?

The manufacturers recommend using it 5 times a week, for 30 minutes a day. In 30 minutes, it contracts 150 times.

How quickly do you see results?

When I started using the belt, my 34 waist jeans were a snug fit and I could usually grab an inch or so above the waistband. After the first week, where I did five 30-minute sessions at intensity levels 60-80, I noticed some definition around the obliques and felt as though my whole core section was tightening up. After 2 weeks, where I got up to level 85, my back and core felt so much stronger. At the end of week 3 I was up to 95 and my jeans were fitting normally, and after 4 weeks I peaked at level 100. Whilst I still have a little way to go, I am definitely going in the right direction and am starting to see the beginnings of a six-pack! I was eating my normal healthy diet and continuing to run during the month’s trial, as it’s not a miracle working – you still have to put the effort in.

How often do I need to change the gel pads?

With the right care, the Gel Pads will last for around 20-30 session; up to six weeks if you’re using them five days a week. I would recommend to our readers ordering a couple of extra sets when you’re getting your belt, so that you’ve always got some spares and aren’t waiting around for new deliveries. If you do the following you can extend the life of the gel pads by at least three months:

  1. Before you start using the belt, wet the tips of your fingers with lukewarm water and wet the gel pad surface (this will maintain the water level in the gel for months of use).
  2. After using, apply hand sanitizer to clean the gel pads.
  3. Right after using the belt, put the plastic covers back on.

Is it suitable for everyone?

The Flex Belt is touted as suitable for all levels of fitness, from beginners to athletes, new mothers and those with back pain. However, it’s not recommended for those with heart problems including those wearing pacemakers, or any diabetes sufferers that inject insulin, or those with cancer. PLEASE NOTE: for new moms, it’s recommended that they wait a minimum of 6 weeks after the birth (or 3 months after a caesarean) to allow scar tissue to fully heal before commencing exercise.

What’s great about the Flex Belt?

  • Simple, easy-to-use belt
  • Trusted, with 2 million sold around the world
  • FDA approved, using medical-grade toning technology
  • Discreet and hands-free, can be worn at work or around the home
  • Works all the abdominal and oblique muscles at the same time
  • Delivers: Over a 6 week trial period 100% of participants felt that their abs were more toned
  • The range of programs ensure that the muscles are always challenged for top results

What’s not so great about the Flex Belt?

  • It doesn’t perform miracles; users still need to eat well
  • Replacement pads need to be bought after about a month

What does the Flex Belt come with?

  • A Flex Belt and 3 gel pads
  • A rechargeable power supply unit/Remote
  • A belt extension for those with a waist over 44 inches
  • A wall charger
  • An quick start and complete instruction manual

What are others saying about Flex Belt?

-100% of users said it worked in some way
-96% of users said they would continue to use The Flex Belt
-92% of users say is easy to fit in with their daily routine
-81% of users reported firmer stomach muscles in just four weeks Cosmopolitan

“The Flex Belt played a huge part in keeping my midsection tight, defined and giving me a competitive advantage.” Art, professional bodybuilder

Based on the studies we’ve done, there is no question that [the Flex Belt] is going to increase strength, firmness & tone people’s abdominal muscles.” John Porcari, PhD”

“Following this abdominal workout program for 30 minutes, five times a week will get your stomach muscles firmer and stronger. Our tester refuses to give hers back.” Editor, The Daily Mail

“The belt is small enough to wear under clothes, so you could, in theory, get an undercover ab workout at the office!” Columnist, Self Magazine”

“With this belt it’s not hard to take off the inches on your waist! Anyone that says it doesn’t work is probably eating cupcakes and pizza, and not working out.” Andrea D

My opinion of the Flex Belt

After just a month’s use, I noticed some very positive signs, including a better fitting pair of jeans and more definition around the obliques. The beauty of the belt is that once you’re used to it, you can carry on your daily activities as normal; doing the laundry, going to the shops, sitting at your computer, even watching TV. I have no doubt that this product delivers real results, saving users both time, and the neck pain of hundreds of sit ups.

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Updated: July 5, 2013 — 5:47 pm

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