I've been doing well since January . I've moved up to level 8 while keeping my intensity to around 95. I've had a play around with level 10 too which alternates the pads from each sides to tone the obliques.
I've started to not only use when cooking/ironing or generally clearing up but I've started to incorporate it into my work outs. It's great to wear while I hold a plank or a bridge. It really helps to pull everything in and work that core a little more. That's what the key thing is with the Slendertone, it's that extra push you need, rather than something to rely on on it's own -which you still can do, you just won't get results as visible.
A couple of weeks back I hurt my back so working out properly wasn't on the agenda. I found still using the Slendertone on a lower level (sometimes it made me back twinge a bit if it was too high) I could still make sure I wasn't slipping on the abs side of things.
I'm still eating well and drinking lots of water. The abs belt has really made sure I don't slack. Even with an injury I can feel like I've done a little bit of work on my abs - even if it's not he full amount I'm used to.
Excuse the pants pic but I'm definitely getting a little more definition there.
I've been using the belt for a couple of months now and I've just replaced the pads, which is pretty good going. I'm hoping there won't be any problems with me working out next month and I can really give it my all and really put the belt to the test. I'm looking forward to seeing the progress I make next month!
Have you tried a Slendertone belt before?
Do you have any work out plans I could try out?