Flex Enervive is the latest miracle workout device to hit the market. All you need to do for a six pack is plop yourself on your couch with a bowl of potato chips with your favorite TV show on and put Flex Enervive on your abs and arms and abra cadabra..you will have the body you always wanted.
Flex Enervive is another “no work required on your part” muscle aid. Does Flex Enervive really work or is it just another product that is too good to be true?
According to their website,
“An 8-week clinical study showed:
• 100% of users said it worked
• 92% of users say it is easy to fit into their daily routine
• 90% of users saw an improvement in their body shape
• 90% said they were firmer and more toned
• 90% said they were tighter
• 80% reported that their clothes felt looser
Although this clinical study appears convincing, no other information about the study is given which makes us skeptical especially considering we were unable to find any information about this study anywhere else, and it has not been published in any credible medical journal.
Another concern is the manufacturer’s claims that Flex Enervive does not cause soreness of the muscles. If your muscles are not sore, they are not getting worked out and you will not get the results. So if Flex Enervive’s claims are correct, you are not getting an effective workout.
On the flip side there is some science backing electronic muscle stimulation, the technology behind Flex Enervive, although most experts suggest only mild benefits. You will not get dramatic results.
Flex Enervive Side Effects
Flex Enervive appears to be a safe muscle toner. Some users have complained of discomfort, but nothing serious. Not everyone should use the Flex Enervive as indicated by their website:
“If you have any of the following illnesses, you should not use Flex Enervive:
Does Flex Enervive work well enough to buy?
On the positive side, Flex Enervive should help tone and strengthen your muscles to a limited extent. It is very easy and convenient (you can stay home on your couch and watch TV). It also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee (that requires expedited shipping and an $8 restocking fee if you decide to return it). On the flip side, Flex Enervive will probably not produce dramatic results and will not help you lose weight. Flex Enervive is extremely expensive. It costs $200 plus shipping and handling plus you need to get new gel pads ($22 a pop) every few months.
Flex Enervive does not provide enough bang for your buck in our eyes especially considering an effective diet pill will give you double the results at one fourth the price.
If you have tried Flex Enervive in the past, please tell us about your experience in the comment section.