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What is HYPOXI and how does it work

What is HYPOXI and How Does it Work

A beautiful figure is not just a matter of fitness!

A beautiful figure cannot always be achieved through exercise and intense diet. This is because your body only burns fat which it can easily access. It will not burn fat in areas where circulation is poor.

Diet and exercise do not always combat cellulite either. It is established that weight loss and muscle building do not necessarily improve the texture of your skin.

In order to shape your figure and smooth your skin, problematic areas of your body need to be targeted. This is exactly how the HYPOXI-Method works – it concentrates on your problem areas during a light workout. Targeted metabolic stimulation and a healthy diet are the key factors to achieving the right body proportions and desired figure. The HYPOXI-Method has been scientifically proven to yield amazing results after just a few sessions. (more…)

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Get Rid of Stubborn Fat Deposits

Get Rid of Stubborn Fat Deposits

These Mean Trouble Spots

We all have “trouble areas” on our bodies, areas we want to fix with diet and exercise to feel and appear more attractive. We all want weight loss! The issue seems to be those trouble spots that won’t seem to go no matter how hard we exercise and diet. Some hit their goal with their weight loss, but their trouble spots are still holding unsightly fat.

The places we hold stubborn fat are different for each person. For some people, it is their thighs and glutes that hold stubborn fat, while others hold it around their stomach and back area. No matter where you hold stubborn fat, white adipose tissue, science is showing there are ways beyond diet and exercise to help reduce stubborn fat. If you can improve blood circulation to the targeted area it can help with spot treating fatty areas.
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