I have drawn up a list of pros and cons that are based on what I believe to be most useful from the things I have learned.
In addition to the obvious benefits of this product, which are widely discussed, there are also some interesting lesser known benefits.
Use it to workout(Flex Belt – the top ab belt) in the privacy and comfort of your own home.
You can do other things while you are using the belt, such as household chores, cooking, watching TV and reading.
The belt has been designed for muscle confusion training and offers a lot of variety in the way of intensity adjustments, the length of rest and contraction periods, and program duration.
Time saver – the product works the sides and the center of the midsection at the same time.
After just a few sessions you can feel the abs getting tighter and stronger.
Provides an option for those who struggle with conventional exercise due to limited mobility, rehabilitation, lower back pain, and joint problems, allowing them to work their obliques and abs.
150 levels of intensity – making it a powerful product.
User-friendly introductory videos and instructions make it easy to use.
Completely portable – meaning it can be used anywhere.
Puts you in a position where you have no excuse for not working your abs!
I don’t have any major gripes or complaints to report after analyzing it and using it a number of times. I could point out, if I was being really picky, the following:
No back-lighting on the display
No USB charging option
They recommend that you replace the pads after every 30 sessions or so, although I think I’m going to be able to make mine last for longer than that.
The initial investment is higher than that of alternative products with lower specs.
To finish off, I’d like to point out that, of course, it is all relative; and everyone’s objectives are different. For those who are unable to do conventional exercise, they may not have muscle definition as a top priority. In addition to this, it is important to bear in mind that results are not only measured visually, but in different ways.
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