Ab Belts Are They A Scam Or Do They Actually Work?

This is a question that I get asked all the time. Are those electronic muscle stimulation ab belts worth the money or are they all just a pile junk and a marketing scam from big fitness business corps? You can find a good review here

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So here’s the truth.

The big problem is not with the electronic ab belts themselves, but it is more with the marketing companies that sell these products.

E.M.S or muscle stimulation gadgets have been around for a very long time and have been used in the sports industry at the highest levels for decades. The problem is when marketing companies tell you that it’s the magic bullet to ninja blender reviews weight loss or six pack abs.

No doubt there will be folks who have had some very good results from using the ab belt, however there’s more than one variable to losing weight and getting six pack abs than using a simple ab machine.

Anyone who is a gym enthusiast will tell you that doing crunches in the gym (alone) is not going to give you washboard abs, but it’s a case of eating correctly and exercise to create a caloric deficit over a long period of time.

People say that abs are made in the kitchen, which puts a different perspective on getting abs from exercise alone.

So whilst, it might be possible to strengthen and tone your abs by exercising them through crunches, leg raises or by using an electronic ab gadget, there’s other variables that play a big role in acquiring those six pack abs.