Clinical Muscle Toner

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It goes without saying that you need to invest plenty of time at the gym (or generally other kinds of physical activity), and there is no such thing as a shortcut to a great looking body, chiseled abs and all. Those products that you see sold on TV channels that promise you a fantastic looking body with just 10 minutes each day do seem appealing, but do they really work? Having said that, I do have my reservations concerning the $79.95 Clinical Muscle Toner, where it is said to use electronic muscle stimulation (EMS) in order to tone and firm the body even as you spend time relaxing in your favorite chair.

Does it really work as advertised? I am not sure myself, as I have a 6-in-1 pack at my gut area, so why not let us check out the scientific reasoning behind the Clinical Muscle Toner and come to your own conclusion. Using clinical technology employed by physical therapists for rebuilding atrophied and weakened muscles, this device is said to be painless when delivering electrical pulses to key nerves, resulting in nearby muscles to rhythmically contract and release so that their tone is boosted. The handheld activator will hook up to interchangeable toners which target specific muscle groups and are secured by hook-and-loop fasteners. You can select the intensity level and program/session length from the activator, where they can range from five 10- to 40-minute sessions each week.

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