Welcome to Get Sexy Six Pack Abs

Getting Six Pack abs is more then taking a fat burning pill and doing a few crunches. It takes focus and discipline on both your diet and exercise routines, and not everyone has what it takes. Heck there's an entire industry built around help men and women get a flatter stomach and six pack abs, but most of these products end up being nothing more then empty promises.

Here, we want to give you quality information that you can use and implement in your daily routine whether that be what you eat for breakfast, lunch or dinner or how you workout at the gym. We'll also be throwing in some great reviews of ab machines, ab belts and specific equipment that can help you out along the way.

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NOTE: At the end of this post I have a special offer if you want to order the Flex Belt. You’ll save about $35 on the belt and shipping. So take about 6 minutes of your time, read this post all the way through and if you decide to order take advantage of our discount link at the bottom of this page.

The Flex BeltWhile get fit quick isn’t something I like to fall victim to, when I saw the commercial for the Flex Belt my interest was to say the least perked. I wondered, how effective can these electronic muscle stimulation (EMS) devices actually be? It seemed to me that a device that was cleared by the FDA had to hold some merit right? So I decided to do a bit of my own recon work try and determine if the Flex Belt was something worth adding to my ab toning tool box.

The theory behind the device

The theory behind EMS is that a slight electronic pulse is sent through the skin and over the nerve endings which connect to your abdominis and obliques. The EMS current causes your abs to contract, similar to if you were doing an exercise and using the muscles to actually do the work. When the stimulation shuts off your muscles relax.

Over a period of about 20 minutes this process (EMS turning on and off) can occur more then 100 times with varying intensities. When I dug into some research and read the Wikipedia article on EMS I found that this technology is widely used in the medical field for rehabilitation and also by professional athletes for recovery and muscle soreness relief.

There is actually another name that some people call the technology which is TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation). While the ab devices talk of EMS some back pain relief devices I found referred to the technology as TENS.

Does it Actually Work?

Well, I personally used the device for about six weeks and I got some good results. Now I am a pretty active guy and I eat a healthy diet anyways because I run a lot. If you’re someone who eats a ton of junk food and doesn’t tend to do a lot of other physical activity then there’s a chance you’re not going to get the same results I did. You need to willing to not only wear the belt consistently but also lead a healthy and active lifestyle so that your body fat percentage is low enough to produce visible results.

Here are a few Images from my profession with the device.

This is from when I first started with the device.

Week 1

This is at about the 3rd week mark

Results week 3

This is at about the 5-6 week mark

week 5 results

NOTE: The red marks that are on my stomach are from the belt. I took each of these shots directly after I was done my session wearing the device. They went away of course after a few minutes.

Not For Weight Loss

Now this made perfect sense to me, but I’m sure there are a few of you reading this that may takes this as a surprise, but The Flex Belt doesn’t help you lose any weight. You’ve got to do this part on your own. The review I found at FlexxBelt.org made mention of this more then once in his review which made me feel as though he was trying to level with his readers.

EMS is about toning muscles not weight loss, although I can see where the misleading information might come in. You see fitness models wearing a product and automatically think that this device can make me look like that. I feel for it as well while watching the commercial.

The theory of spot reduction, which suggests by working one area of your body you’ll burn fat from that area isn’t true, and that’s not just for using an ab toning belt. The same goes for doing sit-ups, leg lunges or arm workouts. When we burn fat we burn it from every where not just one specific part.

Toning Ability

Other reviews I read before getting my own belt were mixed, however the negative reviews rarely spoke of The Flex Belt not strengthening or toning their abs. Their complaints were more to do with the fact that they didn’t lose weight (I covered why not above). The majority of positive reviews seemed to suggest that the belt did as advertised, it toned and firmed the users abdominals.

I dear say that the results you achieve are directly related to how often you use the belt. If you’re consistent with its use and increase the intensity you use every few days you’ll likely get results.

Will you tone your abs and get a flatter stomach?

The Whole Program

I think The Flex Belt has a place in developing sexy toned abs. However I don’t think that on its own it will take you very far. You need to be eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly and leading an over all healthy lifestyle.

Getting rock hard abs and a flatter tummy isn’t about the destination of achieving the goal. It’s about the journey you take to get there and the lifestyle changes you make, for the better, along the way.

Just to touch on the weight loss topic again, if you are carrying a lot of belly fat then you could have the hardest abs around but no on is going to see them through the fat covering your stomach. So first things first you need to get rid of that belly fat (visit the rest of our blog for help with that). Once you begin to reduce the belly fat then you’ll start to see those abs shining through.

So is it worth Buying?

If you’ve made it this far in this post and you’re still interested then yes you should buy the Flex Belt and try it out. The official website says they offer a sixty day money back guarantee which should give you more then enough time to try it out and see if you like it.

Remember what I said, don’t expect to see results just from sitting on the couch four days a week and wearing this device. You need to get active, burn belly fat and eat a healthy diet. Of course these are all things we should be doing for ourselves anyways, but often overlook.

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As many of us know there is good and bad stress in life. An angry boss, an argument with your spouse or fears about an upcoming presentation at work are all examples of negative stress. However placing our bodies under positive stress, which can include a 30 minute workout on the treadmill, a hike on the weekend with your family or a bike ride along the coast are all examples of good stress.

Some recent studies have indicated that this good stress can actually help us handle the bad kind.

Here’s the process that happens when you’re hammering it out on the treadmill for 30-40 minutes.

When you first start jogging your body is releasing increased levels of the hormones dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine. These are “feel good” hormones that the body uses to improve our mood.

Of course, if you’ve been under a lot of bad stress then before your workout levels of bad hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol would be flowing freely through the body.

So as you begin your workout things are starting to feel better.

Now, after a few more minutes something else interesting happens. The body begins to increase the level of BDNF (brain-derived neurotrophic factory). A naturally occurring substance in the body which helps repair the damage caused by bad stress in our lives and protect us from emotional disorders.

At this point you’re feeling pretty good.

New studies are showing that as our workouts boost levels of BDNF and help repair damage caused by on going stress in our lives we’re actually becoming in a way “immune” to the those negative stressors in our lives.

In effect we’re better able to cope with the difficulties of everyday life at work and home.

The opposite argument is that those of us who live a more sedentary lifestyle are more likely to be more sensitive to stress in work and home life, and it will impact you for a longer period of time which could lead to a more depressive state.

I know most of us here exercise for fat loss and to help us achieve our six pack abs goal, but making ourselves more immune to stressors which we encounter each and every day isn’t such a bad by product either if you ask me.


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Training Logs

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