Category Archives: Weight Loss

Seeing Real Results with the Flex Belt!


The Flex Belt can give you the results you are hoping for. The stories below indicate just how happy real users are with this product.

Flex Belt Success Stories: Selena (Flex belt results)

The Flex Belt has been a great addition to my fitness routine! I have used it for two months now, and I am so happy that I have it. I have three young children, including a set of twins. The twins arrived about two years ago, and although I found it relatively easy to lose my pregnancy weight, my body still did not look the same. It was too “loose.” In addition, I had trouble finding the time to go and work out because of my parenting responsibilities. The Flex Belt is convenient. I can wear it at home while I am doing other things. I see myself using it for a long time to come, and I cannot recommend it enough to others. My stomach looks fantastic; you would never know that I have three children! I absolutely love this product.

*Selena used a combination of exercise, diet and the Flex Belt to see results.

Flex Belt Success Stories: Donnie J.

I enjoy working in the kitchen and finding new meals to create. However, I spend a lot of time with this hobby. The Flex Belt is great. I simply put it on before I head in to make a meal, and it does all the work for me while I am attending to other tasks. Half and hour goes by very quickly, and then I simply take the belt off and get back to what I am doing. It is also convenient to wear when I am at work. I occasionally have phone conferences that take a long time. I put on the belt, settle down, and do my work. I have slowly increased my intensity over time, and I am happy with the results. In addition, I vary my program for the best results. The Flex Belt has been in my life for a few years, and it is great (Flex Belt Employee).

*Donnie used a combination of exercise, diet and the Flex Belt to see results.

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The Pursuit for Skinniness – Do You Have the Right Motivation to Lose Weight?

The Pursuit for Skinniness

Many people, me included, are motivated to lose weight to be skinny. This motivation leads to fad diets that are both ineffective and unhealthy. What’s worse is that wrong diets do not lead to weight loss but loss of motivation to stay healthy and fit.

Like most people who desperately want to shed pounds, I have gone through unhealthy ways to be skinny. I skipped meals only to end up binge eating, thinking I deserve to eat more than I should have. Apparently, skipping meals not only wreck havoc to your blood sugar. It also alters your metabolism so that instead of losing weight, you have more fat in your body. Not only did I feel sluggish and tired, I also lost motivation since I did not see results.

The Right Motivation to Lose Weight

Most fad diets do not tell you about one of the most important factors in effective weight loss – the right motivation. If you’re entering a weight loss program to be skinny, chances are you are putting your health at risk.
The right motivation inspires long-term results and commitment. Maintaining a healthier weight, becoming a good example to your children, and lowering risks to different diseases are among the best motivations to lose weight.

This shows how psychological factors are as important as eating healthy and being active in order to reach your desired weight. In fact, it is interesting to note that skinny as a standard of beauty is all in the mind. It is a construct designed to make you feel bad about the body you have even if your BMI shows you have a healthy weight.

Contrary to popular belief, being skinny will not change your self esteem. If you do not have confidence when you are fat, you won’t gain it when you become skinny. Therefore, if your motivation to lose weight is the misconception that skinny is beautiful, you are missing the point.

Instead of focusing on what the society tells you is beautiful, focus on being happy and healthy. You will be surprised at how this motivation helps you become a balanced person not just physically but emotionally and mentally as well.

Practical Weight Loss Tips that Work

Practical Weight Loss Tips that Work

I used to think weight loss is difficult because I barely saw results. It turned out that my weight loss program at the time is not what I needed. When it comes to weight loss, there are things that may work to certain people and not show the same results to others. However, there are also practical weight loss tips that work for all kinds of people.

Setting Realistic Goals

If there is one thing I learned about losing weight, it’s the fact that I can’t be too hard on myself. I noticed that the things that work are the once that I can sustain for the long haul. For obvious reasons, anything that is too tough can be difficult to maintain. In other words, it is best to set goals that are realistic and are based on your own pace.
Give yourself enough time to reach your goal. Do not push yourself too hard, but do not make it too easy either to the point that you are slacking off. Keep in mind that it takes about six months for most people to reach their goal.

Get the Support that You Need

I learned that you can monitor your improvements by yourself, but having a support group to cheer you on helps a lot too. Having someone who can be your fitness partner works wonders when it comes to your motivation. There are online support groups and in-person groups that can serve this purpose as well.

Mix Things Up

When you think outside of the box, you can be creative with the different exercises that you involve yourself in. You can do physical activities that you enjoy most. For example, instead of staying in the gym the whole time, you can go play badminton, take a few laps at a pool, or go dancing with friends. You can mix things up so you don’t get bored with routine workouts.

Eat Breakfast

The importance of breakfast cannot be emphasized enough. It is truly the most important meal since it helps you stay active for the rest of the day.

Use Time Wisely

Most people complain about not having enough time to go to the gym or prepare healthy meals. Some people resort to processed food since they are easier to prepare. The truth is, most of these people spend a lot of time watching TV or staying online. Be wise in your choices especially when it comes to which activities you spend most of your time on.

When it comes to weight loss, I learned that I have to make conscious decisions and lifestyle changes to reach my goal. The tips mentioned here are very simple and practical, but they can make a big difference to your weight loss goals and your overall health.