before every thing You apply a "fat burning" cream to your abdomen. You then put on the "Tummy Tuck Belt" and do two minutes of standing abdominal contractions. the "fat burning" effect is activated. Then for the next eight minutes, you can go about doing your normal routine before you remove the belt.
The results can be "instantaneous" by just wearing the belt—basically a glorified girdle. In terms of fat loss, without changing your lifestyle, the company claims that you can lose half an inch the first week and one inch after 30 days. If you do exercise, the makers claim tummy tuck fat loss is up to four times more than with the same exercise or diet alone. On the original infomercial they showed before and after pictures with only one example of each type – belt only, belt with no lifestyle change, belt with exercise.
In the commercial, they claim two universities have performed studies to confirm their claims. Research on PubMed for "tummy tuck belt" and "10-minute tummy tuck" yields no results found.
Abdominoplasty is a tummy tuck surgery. It corrects the anatomy of muscles and skin, and it is hard to imagine that wearing a belt for 10 minutes a day would be able to address these same concerns. You may improve your muscle definition and posture, but that’s not because of the belt—it’s because you're exercising.
If you have excess fat that you would like to contour without surgery, and you don’t have loose skin or rectus diastasis (separation of your abdominal muscles), a non-surgical option to consider is Coolsculpting.
Belts of waist, also called as compression belts,honestly are not the latest to join the list of products that claim for loosing weight. You must have come across many people who wear a tight belt on their tummy while working out or even during the day. But do these slimming belts live up to the promise they make? Let’s discover.
some famous advertisements about slimming belts try hard to lure you, they show you photos of people who have lost tremendous weight just by using these belts. If you have ever come across such a commercial, you must know that they are highly scripted (as you can already make out just be looking at them) but unfortunately the fact is photpshoped pictures which is shown to sell their fakes products.
What is very important is that slimming belts are nothing more than a scam of the billion-dollar fitness industry. It seems easy not to move an inch and just lose weight, which is why people are easily fooled by these stupid gimmicks of market.
Remember there are no short cuts to a healthy and slim body. A healthy body and successful loss of weight is the combination of a nutritious diet and regular workout.