Its the time of year where a lot of people are really trying to look at slimming down in anticipation of the bikini weather that we are looking forward to. We decided to talk about another slimming belt even though we have talked about a few in the past. This one is called Hot Belt. So lets see if or what makes it different than the others that we have reviewed in the past.
Hot Belt is a belt that you wear around your waist when working out to increase your core temperature. This is suppose to help you burn more calories and help to slim your waist and tummy.
The promoters of Hot Belt say that you can burn twice as many calories without having to change your workout and that it can improve your overall well being. They say the secret is in the Neotex intelligent fibers, that although they make you sweat you still stay dry on the inside of your clothes.
The big hype here focuses around the burning of calories. Then this is followed by not having to increase the workout to achieve this. You can also use this no matter what activity you are participating in, or even if you are just sitting at your desk, or relaxing. It’s all in the sweat.
The Hot Belt will cost you $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping and handling. At first glance it looks like you get two for this price, but you really have to pay an extra $7.99 shipping cost for the nude one. It looks like your order will include a fitness plan and a nutrition plan.
Just as you commit to your exercise regime, you will have to commit to wearing your Hot Belt. Or if you don’t do any exercise then you are going to have to use the belt according to directions. Also, you are going to have to make sure you order the right size to get any effect.
There are several products like this on the market and we have looked at a few of them. One of these was the Adjustable Slimming Belt. It hasn’t had much feed back with us as yet, but it is cheaper priced and it is adjustable. Then one along the same lines as this but covers a little more of the body is the Hot Shapers. The price is a lot more too, ringing in around $79. It is getting mixed reviews with a few more thumbs up than down. So based on this one could say that maybe the sweating does help.
Final Hot Belt Review
We are going to give the Hot Belt a try/buy, and not a thumbs up because we feel there are comparable products out there. Nothing startling stands out about this product in comparison to the rest. We also wonder if the additional items that come with the product like the fitness plan and nutrition guide play a part in the claimed success, or are these just additional helps.
We really do encourage you to try out different products and resources during your efforts to slim down. At the same time you don’t want to be blowing a fortune on trying everything that comes along. Everyone is unique when it comes to losing weight and toning up. What works super well for one person, may only bring minimal results to another. Take a look at your weight loss issue and your exercise regime and determine if the Hot Belt would be a good addition.