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ABGymnic Muscle Toning Belt

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
I bought one of these a few years ago and it lasted about 3 days.
#2
noticed the warning about epilepsy but not mentioned is you cant use these products if you suffer from MS
#3
leefal
I bought one of these a few years ago and it lasted about 3 days.


Sorry to hear that. I've just got mine and its going well so far.
#4
Realistically these things are only of use if you are unable to train normally (say with an injury for example) or to prevent atrophy in people with long term illnesses, although some professional athletes use them while being taken to events, as the more expensive ones can provide a good warm up.

The ones made by Bodi Tek are probably the ones with the greatest useful power to price ratio.

One weird thing with them is - if you set the power to maximum - so you feel you are fighting against them - at the end of the session you feel exhausted and expect to have major DOMS the next day, yet it never happens.
#5
[QUOTE=ibiza]Realistically these things are only of use if you are unable to train normally (say with an injury for example) or to prevent atrophy in people with long term illnesses, although some professional athletes use them while being taken to events, as the more expensive ones can provide a good warm up.

The ones made by Bodi Tek are probably the ones with the greatest useful power to price ratio.

One weird thing with them is - if you set the power to maximum - so you feel you are fighting against them - at the end of the session you feel exhausted and expect to have major DOMS the next day, yet it never happens.[/QUOTE)

delayed onset muscle soreness for people who didnt know what doms meant. its when use exercise muscle with resistance (weights) and the muscles exercised become damaged (microtears)and its these micro tears that cause the soreness for the nex few days.
there is no proof these kind of ems units will sculpter your body. the only GUARANTEED way to lose fat and build muscle is regular exercise and frequent small meals but remain in a calorific defecit - ie you are burning more calories than you are consuming a day so your body has to burn fat for energy and only then will your six pack begin to show along with all those other muscles too.
far too many people still believe in skipping / missing meals thinking they will lose weight this way, WRONG . once you start along that road your bodys metabolism will slow right down and will preserve what body fat you have and in turn start burning protein as energy , so you end up losing muscle. so if you eat frequent ( every three hours) small nutricious meals - your body will kick start its metabolism into overdrive and you will burn fat like crazy.
remember exercise/ aerobics & frequent nutricious meals will give you a killer body by the summer .
#6
Already been posted, you can get these on market stalls for £1.99
#7
These are oretty poor quality and only cost a few quid on eBay, not hot.

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