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Quasi-Evil Pro Fitness Sauna Suit £2.99 @ Argos

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Dress up like Doctor Evil or look like a complete tool at your local sauna with these ridiculous suits. Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Dress up like Doctor Evil or look like a complete tool at your local sauna with these ridiculous suits.
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#1
Added Heat for making me laugh at the truth of this topic.
#2
Voted hot - just for your description. PMSL.
#3
thegroutch
But will it protect you from ill-tempered mutated seabass?


Of course not that's Pollack's :w00t:

Hot lol
#4
one born every minute - reviews are hilarious too.

"This item is a good buy but the pants are useless after wearing them once they are torn,i am on my 9th suit,"
#5
lol, heat added for tags alone.
banned#6
Soulreape
lol, heat added for tags alone.


so true, reminds me of an episode of neighbours
#7
Heat for the Tags!:thumbsup:
#8
Hot for Argos buyer reviews lol
#9
More tags for added viewing pleasure :)
#10
On a sensible note, buy one of these plus a shower / swimming cap - and you are set for New Year's fancy dress :-)
#11
There is a brave lady who wears this to our local gym (yes, in public).

She looks like someone from the future (who is trying to lose weight).
#12
"Smoke or a Pancake?" lol:giggle:
#13
I bet Argos are having a heart attack at the condescending nature of this thread :)
#14
These are a very bad idea, they deliberately induce dehydration, which is not proper weight loss and is very dangerous to your health.
#15
What do you reackon the guy in the photo is saying to his friend? And for all those ripped suits - Scotchtaped right up. Classic.
#16
Can whoever added those additional tags please check their spelling!?
#17
How much would you stink wearing this on a night out?

Hot.
banned 1 Like #18
£2.99? I'd gladly pay...



http://blog.lib.umn.edu/maasx003/Vikings/images/drevil.jpg
1 Like #19
Heat for the tags!
#20
Excellent, i needed a new suit to wear for my job interview at the evil petting zoo
#21
I used to wear one of these under my sweat gear when I was boxing in the army. Heat for the descritption and tags
#22
Codify
These are a very bad idea, they deliberately induce dehydration, which is not proper weight loss and is very dangerous to your health.


You obviously have very little idea about what your saying and the debth of your knowledge doesnt stem further than the biased facts you have obviously heard and repeated without doing any research

Sweat suits are good for fat loss. Yes in the short term you lose water weight which you put straight back on but during the time you are wearing it to exercise your core body temperature is elevated therefore burning more calories than you would have been if not wearing it. The increase in temperature also help increase your metabolism for a short period after. Yes you will put on the initial weight by drinking throughout and straight after but those additional calories are gone and will only be re-added with poor diet choices.

Why do you think 10 of thousands of athletes use them on a daily basis.

Maybe they should all stop using them because you slated them on a forum with simplistic facts and no additional knowledge

Sorry for the sarcasm but like with all the people who vote products cold cause they dont want them i think it was called for to help make a point
#23
hi,

do you think this suit would be effective if my incontinence pads ever leak?

thanks
#24
Jdderbys
You obviously have very little idea about what your saying and the debth of your knowledge doesnt stem further than the biased facts you have obviously heard and repeated without doing any research

Sweat suits are good for fat loss. Yes in the short term you lose water weight which you put straight back on but during the time you are wearing it to exercise your core body temperature is elevated therefore burning more calories than you would have been if not wearing it. The increase in temperature also help increase your metabolism for a short period after. Yes you will put on the initial weight by drinking throughout and straight after but those additional calories are gone and will only be re-added with poor diet choices.

Why do you think 10 of thousands of athletes use them on a daily basis.

Maybe they should all stop using them because you slated them on a forum with simplistic facts and no additional knowledge

Sorry for the sarcasm but like with all the people who vote products cold cause they dont want them i think it was called for to help make a point


Now that's a response:p
#25
Thanks for this - my eldest needs one as there great for helping to bring weight down before a weigh-in. Less time pounding the pavements!
#26
Jdderbys
You obviously have very little idea about what your saying and the debth of your knowledge doesnt stem further than the biased facts you have obviously heard and repeated without doing any research


I'm a qualified medical doctor of ten years standing, and I venture to say I know a fair bit more about this subject than you do.

These suits induce increased perspiration, thus providing the illusion of weight loss. The subject will invariably drink loads of water in the hours following exercise, thus not only putting the weight back on, but also causing the levels of potassium and sodium in the blood to plummet to dangerous levels, as most people do not replace the electrolytes at the same time.

Your argument about the increased body heat aiding fat-burning is also completely the wrong way round. Body temperature increases when fat is being burned, not the other way around. That's way it takes more calories to survive in low temperature situations - witness the high-fat diet of the eskimos. You can't burn more fat simply by moving to a hotter country.

andreamer
Thanks for this - my eldest needs one as there great for helping to bring weight down before a weigh-in


Again, he is not doing himself any favours - the dehydration he is inducing will weaken his performance. Have a read of this article, which states that using this type of sweat suit to induce 'weight loss' before a weigh in results in significantly reductions in strength, anaerobic power and capacity, and the lactate threshold (how much he can exert himself before feeling 'the burn'):
Physiological effects of a weight loss regimen practiced by college wrestlers. Med Sci Sport Exerc 1990 Apr;22(2):229-34.
#27
voted hot 4 the gud crack
#28
looks like raincoat!
#29
Hillarious, hot :thumbsup:
#30
Codify
I'm a qualified medical doctor of ten years standing, and I venture to say I know a fair bit more about this subject than you do.


OWNED! :giggle: Particularly funny because of how rude and condescending Jdderbys was in his post. Good to see karma at work online.
#31
Reading all the replies on here, the only thing I would add though, is that I use one of these (worn under my tracky) when training, it's not this make (it's from Thailand, where in the camp I was training I saw a lot of the Thai's using these to sweat off excess weight).
I don't think in anyway it's good for you, but it does work...its along the same lines as the bin-bag under your shirt when playing football, which has been used by pro footballers since way back to sweat of the night befores excesses.

My proof of it working - I lost 71/2 stone in six months over 4 years ago....and have kept it off

Sorry doc...
#32
gramcknight

My proof of it working - I lost 71/2 stone in six months over 4 years ago....and have kept it off

How can you attribute this weight loss with any degree of certainty to the fact that you were wearing a plastic suit under your tracksuit while you exercised? You're confusing correlation with causation.
#33
Codify
I'm a qualified medical doctor of ten years standing, and I venture to say I know a fair bit more about this subject than you do.

These suits induce increased perspiration, thus providing the illusion of weight loss. The subject will invariably drink loads of water in the hours following exercise, thus not only putting the weight back on, but also causing the levels of potassium and sodium in the blood to plummet to dangerous levels, as most people do not replace the electrolytes at the same time.

Your argument about the increased body heat aiding fat-burning is also completely the wrong way round. Body temperature increases when fat is being burned, not the other way around. That's way it takes more calories to survive in low temperature situations - witness the high-fat diet of the eskimos. You can't burn more fat simply by moving to a hotter country.



Again, he is not doing himself any favours - the dehydration he is inducing will weaken his performance. Have a read of this article, which states that using this type of sweat suit to induce 'weight loss' before a weigh in results in significantly reductions in strength, anaerobic power and capacity, and the lactate threshold (how much he can exert himself before feeling 'the burn'):
Physiological effects of a weight loss regimen practiced by college wrestlers. Med Sci Sport Exerc 1990 Apr;22(2):229-34.



BOOOOOOM - Thats the HUKD version of a headshot.
#34
Colonelpanic
How can you attribute this weight loss with any degree of certainty to the fact that you were wearing a plastic suit under your tracksuit while you exercised? You're confusing correlation with causation.


I once confused a desert with a dessert and ate a handful of sand.

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