CoolSculpting Can Keep You on Track for Your Fitness Goals
We’re into the second quarter of 2020. How are your beauty resolutions coming along? We know that, for many people, the new year does represent a fresh start and opportunity to put meaningful action behind the “new year, new you” mindset. Having a body that you feel good in is a big factor in maintaining a positive self-image. As you may have discovered, though, getting to that ideal shape can be a frustrating challenge. We’re here to tell you that CoolSculpting can help turbo-charge your efforts.
What is Coolsculpting?
CoolSculpting is a noninvasive body contouring technique that destroys fat cells by freezing them. The FDA-cleared device targets areas of fatty tissue by suctioning subcutaneous fat between two cooling panels. The suction holds the tissue in place and also pulls fat cells toward the surface of the skin where they can be super-cooled. Science has shown that fat can be destroyed with freezing temperatures without harming the skin or other structures, making CoolSculpting both safe and effective. One treatment session can reduce fat by up to 25%.
What Does This Have to Do with Fitness Goals?
There are several aspects to getting in shape. To achieve the intended goal, one must have the right motivation, approach, and attitude. We all know that the world we live in sets us up to want fast results. While CoolSculpting is not a weight-loss tool, it can stimulate fat reduction that provides a kickstart effect. Seeing an area of the body slim down as a result of CoolSculpting coupled with a healthy diet and exercise can also keep your spirits up as you put in the time and effort your body needs to slim and tighten.
If you’ve been eating right and working out since January without as much improvement as you had hoped to see, your motivation may be taking a hit. Losing those last few pounds of stubborn fat can be particularly difficult. If that’s where you’re at, a series of CoolSculpting treatments can see you through to the finish line. Shortcut? No. Just innovative technology.
CoolSculpting is currently approved for several problematic areas. These include the abdomen, thighs, upper arms, banana roll (under the buttocks), under the chin, and the backs of the arms. Some men even have CoolSculpting to address excess breast tissue.