We were able to increase the metabolic rate or the amount of
calories burned by 20% at rest, while using the Contour Ab Belt.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) January 06, 2012
New Clinical Research shows that while using the Contour Ab Belt you can burn 20% more calories at rest and get an ab strengthening working while doing chores, spending time with the family or simply relaxing on the couch? In one session you burn more calories and get 150 perfect ab strengthening contractions and never have to do another back-breaking crunch or sit-up.
Recently, researchers at Exercising Nutritionally, LLC and Northern Illinois University conducted a highly controlled, peer reviewed study to determine if the Contour® Ab Belt could increase a person’s energy expenditure while resting and getting an ab workout.
The results of this study verified that the Contour Ab Belt significantly increases a person’s energy expenditure while being used. Use of the Contour Ab Belt increased metabolism or caloric burn by 20% in both men and women while using the Contour Ab Belt.
“We were looking at the Contour Ab Belt to see if there was a difference in the resting metabolic rates or the amount of calories burned while wearing the ab belt.” said researcher, Amanda Salacinski Ph.D. “We were able to increase the metabolic rate or the amount of calories burned by 20% at rest. To my knowledge, there is no other exercise product out there that you can get those kinds of results. It was impressive. I had never worked with a product similar to this. It is absolutely what everybody is looking for. You’ll be burning more calories while you’re at rest by wearing the Contour belt and also strengthening your abdominal muscles at the same time.”
More than 1 million fitness enthusiasts in the US have turned to the Contour Ab Belt system to get stronger abs. The secret behind the Contour Ab Belt is electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) technology, a clinically-proven medical technology that targets and delivers stimulating impulses directly to your abs… automatically contracting, and flexing all your core muscles so you get a stronger midsection and great toned abs.
For more information and to review a copy of the study, go to: http://www.thecontour.com