AB TONER - ABGymnic Muscle Toning Belt FOR ONLY £5 INC DELIVERY @ PLAY - HotUKDeals
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This deal is for an ab toner which can also be used to tone other areas e.g. legs and arms FOR ONLY £5 INCLUDING DELIVERY

The basic specification is shown below.

Includes x2 batteries - (R2032 3 Volt lithium battery)
Includes Tub of Gel
Easy to use / Wear anywhere
For Women and Men.
6 "smart" programmed routines with 10 variable levels of intensity for a complete and personalised workout
Tiny gentle electronic pulses are delivered to your muscles
Tones your tummy, waist, legs, arms and bum
Ten minutes on the AbGymnic is the equivalent of 600 sit-ups!
Proven for fantastic results
Comes with 2 adjustable waist and leg straps
Batteries included (plus a spare)
Full instruction manual and workout guide
Currently selling on TV Shopping for £39
Keep in trim without the gym!
Excellent value
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#1
do these work?
#2
no, these can only work if you have hardly any fat at all!
#3
ye they normally used for slimer people, because u can only notice differences if your thin... They just tone up your muscles so if u were bigger they wudnt make u smaller or lose weight.. but they "MITE" make ur stomach harder.
#4
This has already been posted recently and the general feedback then was that it was of little use.
#5
stuartatkinson;1693043
no, these can only work if you have hardly any fat at all!

Guess, that why it worked for Bruce Lee :) believe it or he used to use something like this back in the days...
#6
barginfan
This has already been posted recently and the general feedback then was that it was of little use.


ye i think u ll find the other posts were.. £6.99 from play... and with delivery as i just checked £9.88 from amazon
#7
These dont work, are quite uncomfortable and have always been this price. le cold.
#8
I think Bruce Lee is a pretty good example of a person with low body fat.... we've all got muscles there, it's just hid under hair and fat :) We used to have loads of fun years ago strapping these to our heads and seeing how long we could take. A fiver well spent if you want a laugh. It certainly wont give you the 'equivalent of 600 situps' lol- what nonsense!
#9
billyX
I think Bruce Lee is a pretty good example of a person with low body fat.... we've all got muscles there, it's just hid under hair and fat :) We used to have loads of fun years ago strapping these to our heads and seeing how long we could take. A fiver well spent if you want a laugh. It certainly wont give you the 'equivalent of 600 situps' lol- what nonsense!


Warning do not strap this around ya bonce unless you want your forehead to look like Bruce Lee's six pack!

:whistling:

MM
#10
arronc
do these work?


no
#11
got mine works a treat, used to have the full body pads but they broke so got this and i can feel it working!
#12
wow! had it one day and i look like van damme :whistling:
#13
Mire Mare
Warning do not strap this around ya bonce unless you want your forehead to look like Bruce Lee's six pack!

:whistling:

MM


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#14
Think I'll have another couple of scoops of Ben & Jerrys whilst I contemplate the purchase...http://http://images.businessweek.com/ss/07/07/0706_brandsurvey/image/8-bohemianraspberry.jpg
#15
Think it will work on a 15 stone bloke from birmingham??
#16
Oh Well, I guess if it doesn't work I can use the gel on my hair :)
#17
This was on a medical site:

Electric Muscle Stimulation (EMS) is a procedure to contract muscles by use of electric impulses. EMS is used successfully in medicine as therapy in muscle atrophy, reeducation of muscles, increasing range of motion, joint replacement, gait training, shoulder subluxation, reduction of muscle spasms, speeding the healing process of muscles much more.
As regards the stomach muscle-toning type products, the American Council On Exercise commissioned a study conducted by the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse to investigate the claims of these products.
The study found that after eight weeks of EMS usage, subjects did not lose weight or body fat, nor did they experience firmness or increased strength. The study reported, "Not only was EMS ineffective, it was time-consuming and painful, too." Some subjects also experienced some disturbing side effects - one woman was unable to put her arms down every time the stimulator delivered its shock. Also, according to the FDA,EMS devices should not be used by persons with certain conditions, including implanted pacemakers or other implanted metallic or electronic devices, swollen or inflamed areas (such as phlebitis), or cancerous lesions.
Julianne Abedroth-Smith, lead researcher on the American Council On Exercise study noted that "Electric Muscle Stimulation may strengthen muscles to a point, but probably will not help individuals lose weight, lose fat, or change their basic body dimensions.
Also, there are opinions saying that passive exercise that does not result in a significant enough caloric expenditure to encourage weight loss.
In May, 2002, The Federal Trade Commission in the US filed lawsuits against three electronic abdominal exercise belts: AB Energizer, Ab Tronic and Fast Abs. The lawsuit claims that the ads for these products falsely claim the belts will help tone stomach muscles. The lawsuit also says the companies that make these ab belts don't honour their refund, shipping and warranty promises. "For years, marketers of diet and exercise products have been preying on overweight, out-of-shape consumers by hawking false hope in a pill, false hope in a bottle, and, now, in a belt," said FTC Chairman Timothy J. Muris.
"Unfortunately, there are no magic pills, potions, or pulsators for losing weight and getting into shape. The only winning combination is changing your diet and exercise."

So, I guess electric muscle stimulation is no substitute for physical activity.
#18
dougys123
Think it will work on a 15 stone bloke from birmingham??


15 stone people...yes. someone from Birmingham - no :whistling:

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