So what type of results can you realistically get using The Flex Belt? Well that’s part of why I launched this blog post. I’ve got my own Flex Belt and I intend on using it consistently for a period of 5 or 6 weeks (maybe longer depending on how things go) and tracking my progress here on HubNames.com.
Table of Contents
I’m in my early thirties, and reasonably active. I run 3-4 times a week, although I don’t do any other form of exercise (weights, resitance training etc.). I’m not over weight, but I carry a couple of pounds around my mid section that I could probably stand to lose. These are there primarily due to poor diet choices.
Based on my research about The Flex Belt, after consistent use for 4-6 weeks I should see some visual improvement in my abdominals in terms of shape, sculpting and definition. At least that’s my hope.
Read more post: Why people love the Flex Belt ?
I don’t have a weak core, but it’s not all that defined, and as I mentioned above I do carry a couple of extra pounds around my mid section (which you can see in the image below) that I’ll try my best to work off as I test this device.
While I go through this test for Flex Belt Results I’m going to try and pay close attention to my diet and my alcohol intake (both of which contribute to gaining additional weight). With winter coming in my part of the world this is going to reduce the amount of miles I’m running each week which means I won’t be burning excess calories I take in from eating or drinking a few beers on the weekend.If you like this article, please rate it.