Nat­u­ral way to a beau­ti­ful body

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - FASHION & BEAUTY -

WITH the all-nat­u­ral com­bi­na­tion of al­ter­nat­ing pres­sure and ef­fec­tive ex­er­cise, Hy­poxi has been clin­i­cally at­tested to ef­fec­tively tar­get fat burn and to im­prove over­all health through bet­ter blood circulation with­out the ap­pli­ca­tion of any po­ten­tially harm­ful chemical, laser or med­i­ca­tion.

In fact, it was the tra­di­tional Chi­nese med­i­cal tech­nique of “cup­ping” that in­spired the Aus­trian tech­nol­ogy be­hind the Hy­poxi in­no­va­tion.

With the com­bi­na­tion of al­ter­nat­ing pres­sure and easy walk­ing and cy­cling ex­er­cises, the Hy­poxi-Method can achieve tar­geted and long-last­ing body shap­ing on prob­lem ar­eas around the stomach, waist, but­tocks and thighs three times faster than the con­ven­tional ex­er­cises.

This is achieved by di­rect­ing blood circulation to be con­cen­trated in the ar­eas on the body that are least ex­er­cised and hence, im­prov­ing over­all blood circulation.

Burn fat

The Hy­poxi-Method is dif­fer­en­ti­ated from reg­u­lar slim­ming ser­vices avail­able in the mar­ket as it in­volves ex­er­cise to lose fat.

“We sub­scribe to the adage ‘no pain no gain’ in Hy­poxi. There­fore, we in­cor­po­rate an easy walk­ing or cy­cle rou­tine to raise the pulse rate,” said Hy­poxi Malaysia se­nior con­sul­tant Amanda Lim.

“Hy­poxi is not all about look­ing good. The fact that it works our blood circulation to trans­port the fat and tox­ins from the idle parts of our body to our mus­cles to be burnt has in it­self, many health ben­e­fits,” she claimed.

Get rid of post-natal fat

The joy and ful­fil­ment of hav­ing her eight-month old baby Chloe was some­thing 29-year-old new mother, Jes­sica Leong, looked for­ward to.

Leong promptly signed up for a two-month Hy­poxi Train­ing and Firm­ing pro­gramme when rec­om­mended by her sis­ter-in-law and within one month, she re­duced 16cm from her stomach area alone.

The pro­gramme un­der­taken by Leong was done three times per week over two months.

Each ses­sion con­sists of 30 min­utes of low-in­ten­sity cy­cling un­der an air-tight en­vi­ron­ment. The al­tered at­mo­spheric con­di­tion forces the lym­phatic drainage in the body to fo­cus the trans­porta­tion of fat, tox­ins and body flu­ids away from tar­get ar­eas on her body onto the mus­cles

to be burnt as fuel.

Re­duce bloat­ing

Vi­vian Tan, a 39-year-old ca­reer woman and mother of two, of­ten felt bloated from the ex­ces­sive weight and wa­ter re­ten­tion. She signed up for a two-month pack­age and upon com­ple­tion of the first month, she lost 4.8kg with a whop­ping 25.4cm around the stomach and but­tocks area.

“The team at Hy­poxi Malaysia knows their stuff and best of all, they can eas­ily fit the ses­sions in my busy sched­ule thanks to the flex­i­ble op­er­at­ing hours,” said Tan.

Clin­i­cal test re­sults

Clin­i­cal stud­ies un­der­taken in 2010 at the Univer­sity Hospi­tal for Med­i­cal Preven­tion in Ham­burg, Ger­many, con­firmed that the Hy­poxi Method is three times more ef­fec­tive as com­pared to con­ven­tional aer­o­bic and anaer­o­bic ex­er­cises. The tests were un­der­taken on two sets of over­weight sub­jects in a con­trolled en­vi­ron­ment and the re­sults were clearly con­clu­sive.

“A mod­ern com­puter con­trol sys­tem en­sures the op­ti­mal com­bi­na­tion and au­to­matic pro­gramme flow for the du­ra­tion of the tai­lor-made pack­age for each in­di­vid­ual client. The end re­sults are long-last­ing and ef­fec­tive re­duc­tion of fat, tox­ins and cel­lulite on tar­get ar­eas of the body,” added Lim.

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Amanda Lim (left) and a Hy­poxi ther­a­pist pro­vid­ing con­sul­ta­tion dur­ing a train­ing ses­sion.

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