Written on: 10/05/2010 by essienine (3 reviews written)
I started off with a slendertone belt which i was very impressed with that I decided to upgrade to the slendertone max. It is quite expensive but I think it was worth every penny as I use it a lot...around 5 days...sometimes using it twice a day...and am very pleased with the results. Like everything else you do have to keep up with it to see results. I walk btw 40 to 50 miles a week plus do cardio and the belt is to help with toning up the lose skin on my belly. I wear the belt whilst watching… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/04/2010 by hamedal (4 reviews written)
not very impressed and hasnt made much difference after 1 month… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/07/2009 by son2005mark (20 reviews written)
Slendertone FlexMax is a great little stomach trimmer! Probably works best for those with an active lifestyle anyway, so don't think this is an easy way to a six pack or flat tummy! I suppose if you're not used to a exercise routine it will introduce you to one in an easy way. Although always read the box these things are not for those with heart conditions or pace makers although that's an obvious fact to most. And don't forget that most of these types of items will be excluded from any… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2009
Over all, i liked the Slendertone FlexMax, but is is uncomfortable for my back. I like how easy it is to use it, and just using the belt 5 times a week will tone your stomach up, without having to go to the gym. It did, however, give me really painful back ache… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2008 by annamariekeogh (1 review written)
I am a trained beautican and have done electrical training and I know the science behind this belt it works on contracting the muscle by its motor point this is where the nerve enters the muscle and therfore aiding in a contraction and their is a similar one used in salon for the face called a faradic and this helps tone the facial muscle. it is a passive excerise treatment but so far I am still waiting for results but its like anything have to keep at it.. everyones body is different and some… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2007 by skibum900 (1 review written)
An all-over workout is required for cardiovascular and good health. Definitely need to stretch every day/time you use the slendertone products and ensure you are simultaneously strengthening the opposite muscle groups. Read instructions, and remember to use it like you are starting a running routine--gradual build up required. You don't get the pain of pounding the pavement, but you will get results!!! My stomach strength and endurance improved tremendously!! Highly recommend talking to… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/08/2006 by Reviewer100 (25 reviews written)
The Slendertone Flex Max is purely for trimming and toning your stomach and does work very well indeed. I felt a difference within a few sessions of using it. Be under no illusion, toning equipment does not help you loose weight, but they do help to trim your 'love handles' and 'beer belly'. I would strongly recommend that you don't use it every day, say 2-3 days a week as in a short period of time, you'll become bored wearing it. Ideal if you can devote 15-30 minutes every other day or so. I… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/02/2006 by Seany (15 reviews written)
The manufacturers of the Slendertone FlexMax advanced abdominal training system claim that 'After 4-8 weeks it will give you a firmer flatter stomach'
I am happy to state that this product actually works!
It is a well designed computer controlled strap-on belt that has 10 training programmes.
The computer advances you automatically through programmes 1 to 6 when a pre-set
Number of exercises has been done at each level.
Basically, you sit and watch TV or whatever while the machine does all… Read Full Review
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