Flex Belt, the laziest workout ever

I am writing this while I enjoy a glass off wine and tone my abs. 
Hell yeah!
I recently applied to write a review for The Flex Belt and was lucky enough to have this neat, little contraption sent my way. Admittedly, I avoided the thing like the plague for a bit because I was nervous about how it would feel, if I could put it together properly and whether or not I would have to write an awful review for a company that has, thus far, been a pleasure to deal with. 
It comes in a lot of pieces, as you can see by just a few of them below; 

It was a bit daunting to read all enclosures, assemble things, eye up the patches that protect me from electrocution or discomfort and then cobble my device together but, with great success, I put it in place in all of 2.5 minutes. Lo’ and behold, paint me yellow, I was scared for no reason. Although, which side of the adhesive to put where was not the clearest in the instructions, it was easy enough to figure out and the initial clutter was immediately eliminated once that was finished. 
Upon checking out the product site, found here, I discovered that 100% of study participants found that their abs were more toned and more firm while using the Flex Belt. I can agree with that, as I concur even after my third time using this. It gives the exact same overall post-workout “ripped” look that going to a gym would after about 20 minutes. I also like that this product has been cleared by the FDA, it’s been around for over a decade and used by 2 million people. It gives me a bit of a feeling of security, knowing that they haven’t been recalled or anything of that sort.

Upon usage, the sensation is unique and very noticeable but not uncomfortable. It starts like the grumbling of having a big meal and ending with a tingly, targeting crunch. I did find that my entire core was utilized and that it felt as though I was doing a heavier, holding workout by the end of the program. I love the single unit, easy tuck-in remote and started at level 50 (of 150) but was to level 70 by the end of the first program.  I could really feel that it contracted my bottom abs, as well as the top at the same time. What I dislike about this versus a typical at-home routine is that it doesn’t burn fat and, therefore, doesn’t uncover those hidden muscles if you’ve got a lot of flub to work through. I don’t, although I’m not in the best shape ever, but I would recommend doing some cardio along with using the Flex Belt in order to maximize results.

The biggest benefit would have been the fact that I could do whatever I was required to do as a mother, while also targeting an issue area and not having to get down on the floor to do it. Working my abs is nearly impossible with two little girls all over Mum at any given time so this allows me to squeeze in a bit of hidden “me time” during the day. I wore this for a solid hour around my children and had no little ones lifting my shirt, hopping on me or attempting to push buttons. For me, this was a great success and lead to me wanting to wear the belt more often. I also found that the belt targeted my obliques (aka my muffin top) far better than most exercises do and I find it incredibly effective in comparison to what I can do on my own.

For an easy, easily concealed way of squeezing in a bit of toning, it’s got my vote. I’ve taken a “before” photo and, if I notice some really drastic results, I will post the “after” along with it in 6 weeks.
Here’s to a New Year with Flex Belt!

Booty Balm! NuElle Triple Action Anti-Cellulite Concentrate

Disclaimer; Post contains affiliate links. I received my product at no cost in exchange for writing an unbiased, honest review regarding my experiences with Skin QR Organics. Photos within are not my own and come from the product Amazon page.

I’m a woman.
I’m a woman who’s had children.
I’m a woman that’s had children and now has far too much junk in her trunk as a result.
I own it!
That being said, I sometimes wish that I didn’t- or that the maintenance of cette trunk was a bit easier, that’s for sure. Coming across NuElle Triple Action Anti Cellulite Concentrate was intriguing although I’m never sold by the promises on a bottle.
After using this product for the past few weeks, I can honestly say that it works. I would post before and after photos, only I don’t make regular practice of sharing pictures of my behind. I think my hubby would lose his metaphorical shit if My Domestic Dish became My Photographed Tush but, then again, he might not. In any case, no one wants to see my butt right now so here’s another lady’s perfectly sculpted gluteal muscles for your viewing pleasure;

The ingredients listed down the side of that picture are “flub busters” and are supposed to contribute to an overall tightening of the skin, toning in appearance, as well as overall cellulite reduction. 

The smell is quite a bit like lemongrass and straight aloe, which is not exceptionally pleasant for me, but it dies down quickly and I would rather it smell like natural ingredients than some heavily perfumed synthetic.
I did enjoy the idea of the airless pump, which means that I don’t have to repeatedly attempt to get the pump to function properly and it comes with a satisfying amount dispersed each time.

The cream is rich and takes a bit to absorb but it leaves a pleasant sensation on the skin once it is applied. The “sauna effect” has been mentioned and it did make me feel a bit clammy or heated in the areas where I put the cream on but it was well worth it due to the end result.
I’ve found, after numerous applications, that it does exactly what it is supposed to and am sold on the effects that it has had to date. If I am being honest, I can’t comment about how well it would work on a lot of cellulite, as I have been fortunate enough to avoid the orange peel look where my buttox is concerned, but I did notice that it has changed the overall size of my bum without any difference in my daily routine. Even my husband has commented, “Your butt looks smaller” more than once since I started using this cream. I’ve only been using it once a day, whereas you’re supposed to use it twice, and am sure I may notice better results when I bump up the applications.

If you want to check it out for yourself, you can find it on Amazon via the photo below and be sure to check out the product page for other reviews. I am not the only person who has had a positive experience and you don’t have to take what I say at face value, of course. It’s good stuff!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.