Flex Belt – Electronic Muscle Stimulation (EMS)

The Flex Belt Uses Electronic Muscle Stimulation.  What is it?

A technological breakthrough to efficiently and electronically build muscle.  100% Medical Science.

Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) is not all that new. It  was discovered in 1791 when an Italian scientist applied an electrical current to a muscle group, and discovered that the muscles flexed.

Flex Belt contractions

Flex Belt contractions

Following many years of usage in the medical industry, EMS devices such as The Flex Belt are now available for home use to improve muscle strength and physical appearance.

The original EMS devices were created for physical therapists, to help their patients with muscle growth and recovery. Today’s modern, EMS devices like the Flex Belt, are used for toning, strengthening and firming muscles plus enhancing performance in athletes and participants in a wide range of sports. The Flex Belt achieves this by targeting the oblique and abdominal core muscles, that when strengthened, can improve athletic prowess and even sexual stamina.

“When you use the Flex Belt EMS technology on your core you will tone your muscles, you will feel better in your clothes, your posture will improve, you’ll move better, you’ll feel better, and you’ll continue to make advances over time with consistency.” Dr. Frank Cohen – Renowned Chiropractor

In the 1960’s a group of Soviet sports scientists applied EMS in the training of elite athletes and claimed a 40 percent strength increase. Although the EMS devices of yesteryear were poorly understood, today’s versions can pinpoint muscle cells, blood vessels and nerves, making them a major technological advancement for injury recovery, and athletic training.  This is a good reason to purchase devices from reputable companies – some of which are FDA cleared, like the Flex Belt.

San Francisco 49er All Star, Jerry Rice explains The first time that I used it I was very surprised because it was working those muscles that I had been trying to work with crunches and I got the results that I wanted.”

Many of the EMS devices are built to improve strength, but are also marketed to individuals that simply want to look better. For example, the Flex Belt is designed to give the user a more toned and firm stomach, while the The Flex Mini is designed to help women tone and tighten the buttocks and backs of thighs.  The makers of the Flex Mini state that it literally works the same muscles as when doing squats, lunges, stiff leg dead lifts, plies, butt blaster, and hamstring curls.

Firm buttocks and thighs

Both the Flex Belt and the Flex Mini are backed by a 60-day money back guarantee and can be purchased on their respective websites, www.theflexbelt.com and www.flexmini.com, for $199.99

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