Flex Belt Review: Does it Really Work?

February 9, 2011 by  
Filed under Fitness

The Flex Belt was made for the person who is always on the go. It is an innovation intended to help people exercise who otherwise would not find the time.

However, many people wonder how effective is the Ab Circle Pro really? A brief evaluation is given below.

Evaluation

The Flex Belt is based on the concept that it is possible to actually work out the abdominal muscles while using as little effort as possible. It often is called exercise for lazy people, which may not necessarily be a fair criticism.

In any case, this exercise tool has its advantages and disadvantages just like any other. These are discussed in the next few sections.

Advantages

The Flex Belt is used by people who work an office job or anyone who is for whatever reason in the kind of occupation where they do not move around much. It also has been successfully used by people who cannot walk or move much but who want to still remain fit in the abdominal area.

It is especially ideal for women who maybe six to eight weeks prior just gave birth to a baby. It is recommended because it can be used while cleaning the house, walking the dog, or even sitting at a desk. People who are too busy to go to the gym also may use it.

People prefer using the Flex Belt for one very important reason. That is, it is one of the easiest exercise equipment to use. Besides, it is considered very safe and it is even approved by the FDA and bears the CE symbol for quality on it.

The most important advantage of all is that this piece of workout equipment can produce results in as little time as 30 minutes per day. It is said to provide the same outcome as would doing hundreds of sit-ups in a day’s time. This is because the muscles expand and contract repeatedly during the time that this belt is worn.

Disadvantages

Although it is ideal for anyone who wants to get into shape without much effort, pregnant women have to wait at least six weeks to use it. This is not much time, but it may seem like an eternity for a new mother who wants to have her pre-pregnancy body back (or at least most of it back).

A woman who has had a C-section though is the one who is the most disadvantaged when wanting to use the Flex Belt. She may have to wait up to three months to use it per medical direction.

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