We all remember that time when we decided that we are going to lose weight. We pick up a pen and paper and start drafting our workout action plan. So many activities to choose from but such little time to invest. Luckily, we are in the era of innovation and we now have underwater bicycles, bracelets that monitor our behavior and notify us of the times we need to eat, sleep or wake up and other simpler wearables like hot pants. But let’s see what are the main benefits of hot pants…
What Are Hot Pants?
Hot pants have been an old friend of the health and beauty industry ever since the 70s. They have evolved and modified as design in time to best fit fashion and perfected to cover more recent needs. They are esthetic, they are comfortable and help you greatly reduce the aspect of cellulite (which, let’s face it, is becoming a huge issue in nowadays sedentary society). Among the other benefits of hot pants we can number weight loss, an improvement of circulation, an overall better aspect of the skin and the fact that they double the effect of your daily workout.
How do They Work?
These sports shorts contain bio-ceramic technology which reflects body heat, creating a condensation effect and increasing the natural heat generated by the body, meant for the tissues. Your skin gets hydrated and starts sweating off much more even if you are not working out. During your usual workout sessions, they help you burn more calories due to the extra heat that they contain and impose upon the skin.
There’s no health warning that you need to worry about. The process is perfectly natural and the hot pants merely retain and use your body heat to your own advantage. It’s exactly the same as going to the sauna or into a hot tub, but without the hassle of having to go there. They come in all shapes and sizes for both men and women and they come with different features depending on the model that you prefer most (high rise hot pants, quite hot pants etc.).
The Main Benefits of Hot Pants?
Keep them on: even if you don’t work out excessively if you wear them at least 30 minutes a day you could see some improvements (but also, make sure to set realistic views upon the final results).
Break a sweat: Whether it’s those extra walked miles on your way home or that relaxing run in the evening, make sure to keep as active as possible in order to maximize the effect. As said above, effort is not necessarily a must but if you want to tackle a 2-week weight loss challenge, then you need to step it up.
Stay hydrated: sweating more means that your body dehydrates easier, therefore you need to keep up the intake of water and make sure that you quench your thirst whenever necessary.
Do What Feels Best for your Body
We all want to be thinner, better looking and more appealing to those around us. As with everything that we use, make sure to keep in touch with the way you feel and don’t use them longer than it feels right. Other than that keep up the good run!