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Biosculpt - the fast way to keep your body muscles toned up

Updated on April 8, 2010
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Being sexy the whole year round

Did you encounter the term ‘Biosculpt’ ? If yes, have you tried it already? If not, let us explore the tempting offering of medical health clubs to be sexy this summer in a jiffy. Yes, fellow hubbers, you can re-shape your body without the hassles of tedious exercise regimen plus it is another process that is non-surgical.

Talking about body sculpting, it is like you did your workout for a week. It doesn’t like cheating because you never undergo medical procedure like liposuction which directly sucks out your unsaturated body fats or cellulites.

A willing client will undergo a weekly session of tightening muscles for abs, buttocks, stomach, arms, legs, waist and other body parts that require the use of Biosculpt machine. The machine uses an electromagnetic waves for the biosculpt process. The frequency will be increased according to the capacity of the muscles to react with the tremors and tension being produced by the machine like you are lifting weights as in the usual workout.

If the client still possesses more body fats than muscles, he/she must first undergo the Tenor Machine. It uses radio frequency and heat to melt you body cellulites. The collagen fibrils in the body react by tightening the muscles. It will also require 4 to 8 weeks of session to accommodate you to the next process of biosculpt.

Experts say...

Vicky Belo, MD, a popular medical beauty expert in the Philippines, explains that the technology is already widespread in more progressive countries and continents like USA, Canada, UK including Europe, North America and Asia. Although the payment can be expensive, at the moment, there are also beauty procedures that you can pay through installment basis, if you are already a client of the medical health club.

Biosculpt is amounting to the basic payment of P 5, 000.00 (pesos) or a hundred dollars per session. Many entertainers, in music and movie industries, are resorting to this kind of procedure because they have hectic schedules and busy lives. Ordinary people, like us, will always look up to them and believe what they’re saying in media ads if this procedure is really good for our body.

Maintenance after Biosculpt

Reduce everything you eat by 50 per cent. The brain-stomach connection should be your prime goal by chewing your food properly. We are always reminded by our teachers when we were young to chew our food slowly. The enzymes in out mouth send signals to the brain about the process. A five to six times repetition of the process will make the brain decide that you are already full. By eating hastily or fast or not chewing the food properly, the brain will still command you to eat more.

One local artist jested that he confined himself to seafood diet after undergoing the body sculpt process. No, he meant see-food, like, he eats what he sees (hehehe!).

Men will surely show some muscles after the process while women will have tighter skin or muscles.

What do you think? If you're so busy that going to the gym will not accommodate your schedule, you can still relax to your favorite health club. No scalpel needed to tone your muscles back. It's just like a massage, although full of wires (err, cables?) and the thudding machine for biosculpt.



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    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      9 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      Hi, VJDJ. There are lots of health clinics that offer body sculpting or body lose weight in Las Vegas, Nevada. Worth mentioning is Madame Et Monsieur; personal trainer Don Niam, among others. Check:

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      9 years ago

      is there a clinic that does this in Las Vegas?

    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      9 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      You're welcome, BkCreative. I'm sure you can afford it. It's non-surgical, so there's nothing to be afraid of.

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      9 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      This sounds not only effective but both stimulating and relaxing. I'd like to try this. I believe I saw it advertised when I was in Singapore. Will have to look here in New York City.

      Thanks for the tip!

    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      9 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      Wearing well, thanks for the recommendation. I also encountered the term "thermal" for it also involves heat to tone our muscles.

    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      9 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      Thanks, thesailor. You really have to avail this non-surgical beauty regimen if you want to maintain toned muscles.

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      Deborah Waring 

      9 years ago from Lancashire U.K.

      I remember carrying out these treatments many years ago when I worked as a beauty therapist on board luxury cruise ships.They are effective if used on a regular bases.Slendertone was a well known brand which used faradic electrical impulses to tone and improve the contours of the body.I saw excellent results with Ionithermie back in the 80's and this treatment combined two frequencys to help improve cellulite/fluid retention as well as passively toning specific muscle groups in the body.For best results book a course with a professional therapist but you can also purchase these machines for home use.

      Therapists also use TENS within the physio-departments again to either help improve muscle tone and also in helping with pain relief for muscular-skeletal complaints.It is also an option for women to concider for pain relief during labour.


      I'm always on a see-food diet as I advocate the following.. "A little of what you fancy does you good:)"

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      9 years ago from Seven Seas

      This is really a good recommendation to all busybodies out there who don't have enough time to pamper themselves in the gym. Thanks, travel_man1971.


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