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Arasys Inch-loss: Putting The Bowflex To Shame

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Description

Arasys inch-loss is sort of like exercising. Kind of like how professional bowlers are sort of athletes. Simply put, if you want to shed some pounds but feel like exercise is too "sweaty", slap on some Arasys muscle stimulator pads, watch your favorite episode of Mama's Family, and get ripped!

What is it?

The Arasys Inch-Loss System (also known as Arasys III) is a spa treatment that aims at burning fat and decreasing inches from your waistline (hence the name, which is in fact not what I earlier perceived as a "hobbit machine"). Gerry Pollock (co-inventor of the pacemaker, though surprisingly not the lead singer of Gerry and the Pacemakers) founded the technology that makes the Arasys Inch-Loss System possible. Though the system appears to be very similar to those muscle stimulator belts they used to advertise on infomercials (you know the ones- "get a six pack while eating a cheeseburger") it's actually much more complex.

In case you loved this short article and you would like to receive much more information about  wewqe efsfdsf kindly visit the web page. Whereas those cheap electric muscle stimulators would send an electric impulse to muscle cells (resulting in a twitch of the muscle), the Arasys device sends signals to muscle neurons and therefore, simulates the signals that the brain sends to the muscles during exercise. This results in full contractions of the muscle being stimulated, which resembles natural, physical exercise much more closely than a simple twitch.

Because the Arasys device uses some rather nifty technology, the only way to experience its magical fat-burning powers is to set up a session with a trained professional, most likely at a medical spa. Basically, a session involves moist, sponge-like pads which are applied to the weight-loss target and then carry the frequency waveform, which goes as high as 1000 Hz. The patient will feel subtle vibrations of the wave, which causes the muscles to contract.

Also, the body reacts differently to varying frequencies. 200 Hz accelerates muscle building and boosts strength and performance; 400 Hz provides inch loss, tightens abs, contours buttocks, and promotes healthy lymphatic drainage; 600 Hz helps to tighten loose skin, revitalizes the body, and diminishes the appearance of cellulite; and 1000 Hz provides skin rejuvenation and skin toning (though let's hope this is not a sugar-coated way of saying "your skin will start smoking and then catch fire).

Who needs it?

The Arasys Inch-Loss System is ideal for those who have tight schedules and a little extra money to burn (the procedure fluctuates between $100 and $250 per session and it is recommended that a patient needs several sessions before any real improvement occurs). Otherwise, it's a great way to start getting back in shape after years of neglecting exercise (and it doesn't come with all that gratuitous "rage" that steroids bring). Other likely candidates that will benefit from Arasys are athletes (as it helps to build muscle and increase stamina), post-pregnant women who want to tighten stomach muscles, and those who have recently undergone liposuction and would like to tighten loose skin.

Benefits

There are some pretty sweet benefits to using Arasys. First of all, it (more or less) adequately substitutes for physical exercise, which is probably the only benefit people will need to hear in order to be intrigued. But it's also relatively quick (30 minutes is probably the longest a session would last) and painless (some people even consider the vibrations soothing).

The Arasys Inch-Loss System can also be beneficial in ways that typical exercise cannot be. For instance, physical exercise requires glucose and therefore, glucose levels drop during the course of a work-out. Arasys successfully avoids such problems, as it doesn't require any physical activity. This also prevents lactic acid from building up in the muscles, which occurs when glucose is low in body. Lastly, Arasys is a good way to target specific muscles you want to tone, which can sometimes be difficult during routine exercise.

Risks

There are no serious risks involved with the Arasys Inch-Loss System, though it should be noted that treatments are not suitable replacements for cardiovascular activity. Therefore, it is recommended that you consider some sort of exercise and diet program for the absolute best results. Also, because of the system's cosmetic nature, Arasys will not be covered by insurance.

THE BOTTOM LINE

The Arasys Inch-Loss System sounds like a fantastic invention that is low-risk and will help you get in shape. The only way it could possibly get any better is if it also had the capacity to make soft-serve ice cream. Oh well, there's always Arasys IV.

The information in the article is not intended to substitute for the medical expertise and advice of your health care provider. We encourage you to discuss any decisions about treatment or care an appropriate health care provider.

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