What exactly is the ab belt?
Surely you have seen the ab belts online or perhaps a commercial on television? The newest belts have Electronic Muscle Stimulation or EMS, which used in the medical community to help patients tone and strengthen weakened muscles or those that have wasted due to paralysis – EMS contracts and releases the muscles being treated so that it is much like what happens if the person was exercising. EMS was approved by the FDA to use in medical facilities.
Will it get rid of all my fat or do I need to watch my diet and exercise?
The ab belt of today emits EMS so that it delivers it to your mid-section and this in turn contracts and relaxes the muscles. So it does work to help tone and strengthen abs but it is not magic. Meaning if you have fat around the mid-section, you can’t just put the belt on and not have to work out or what you eat, it simply doesn’t work that way. On the other hand, the ab belts do work in combination with your other workout – it is a great add on and can help you achieve flat abs faster.
Is the cost of the ab belts too expensive?
The Flex Belt is one of the most popular ab belts and offers a number of features that its competitors do not – it is a great belt, no one argues that but is it too expensive? This depends on who you ask of course, but for the entire system and everything that is included it definitely is worth it but it still would be nice to find it cheaper wouldn’t it?