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Use the Flex Abdominal Toning Belt for just 30 minutes a day, five days a week and in as little as four to eight weeks, your abs can be firmer, stronger and more toned.
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The unique construction of the FLEX® Abdominal Toning Belt features GelPads.
Signals from the belt reach out to nerves where they are most concentrated.
These nerves branch out to reach all the abdominal muscles not just those under the pads) causing them to relax and contract naturally, working all the muscles at the same time.
Ab belts have actually been known to work with the concept that electrical stimulation against muscular tissues, creating them to obtain a workout program without physical exercise. The belts are typically marketed via commercials and online. Generally, electrodes in the belts press against bare skin and send out electrical rhythms sporadically to the abdominal region. There is a tingling feeling, and at greater degrees, you could feel your muscles contracting. Directions differ, however they often suggest you wear the belt daily for 10 mins to an hour. The ab belts will assist you to tone your abdominal muscular tissues.
If you haven’t exercised in a while, you know how hard it can be to motivate yourself to start again. And if you do have a regular exercise program, you know how hard it can be to find the time to get to the gym with your busy schedule. Now, with SLENDERTONE, there’s always time to build firmer, stronger abs so you’ll have a great foundation for a new exercise program…and a great way to work out when you just can’t get to the club.
With SLENDERTONE, you can train your abs even if you’re too busy or too tired for a traditional workout. Just slip on our comfortable toning belts and clinically proven, medical-grade technology stimulates the nerves that make your muscles contract and relax. As a result, you get an effective ab workout that tones all the muscles in your abdomen – all in as little as just 30 minutes a day!
Imagine, with SLENDERTONE you can get a great ab workout while you watch TV, fold laundry, or help your kids with their homework.
The Flex Belt – Abdominal Abs Belt
The Flex Belt can firm and strengthen the stomach muscles. With Flex Belt, you can train your abs even if you’re too busy or too tired for a traditional workout. Just slip on the comfortable toning ab belt and the clinically demonstrated, medical-grade technology stimulates the nerves that make your muscles contract and relax. As a result, you get an effective abdominal workout that targets all the muscles in your abdomen – all in just 30 minutes a day.
The Flex Ab Belt generates deep yet comfortable contractions that effectively target all your abs, all at once for an effective workout in just 30 minutes.
Tighter Abs – The Simple and Forgotten Stomach Vacuum!
Author: Patrick L Flaven
I’m talking about the Transverse Abdominal Muscle. This is part of your midsection that runs horizontally across the abdominal wall underneath your internal and external oblique muscles. The TVS (Transverse Abdominis) muscle is responsible for pulling the abdominal wall inward and therefore forcing expiration.
The next important part of the Transverse Abdominal muscle is that it acts as a personal weight belt to stabilize your spine and pelvis region. The stronger your TV muscles are puts you at a much smaller risk of having lower back pain and will help you on heavy lifts such as squats.
Why else should I strengthen my Transverse Abdominis muscle?
Well, for the point of this article, Tighter Abs! When this muscle is stronger it holds everything else in. This can easily trim 2-4 inches off of your waistline in a matter of only 2-3 weeks.
How to train this muscle
The main exercise you must learn is called the Stomach Vacuum.
To perform this you actually pull your belly button up and in toward your spine as far as you can go. While doing this don’t forget to breathe. This exercise can be done standing, laying on your back, laying on your stomach, seated or kneeling position.
Variations and Workouts
The basic workout calls for 3 sets holding in the full stomach vacuum for 20 seconds each set. Increase this up to 60 seconds as it strengthens.
The passive workout calls for tying a string around the midsection (right around the belly button) in a tighter almost full stomach vacuum position. You can leave this on anywhere from 10 minutes to all day. It serves as a constant reminder every time it tightens that you need to pull it back in.
Now that you know what to do there are no more excuses for the distended belly, you can do these exercises during work or sitting at a computer! Stay motivated and best of luck!
About the author: Brought to you by Patrick Flaven.