27 Sep How CoolSculpting® Can Help, Even If You’re a Workout Warrior
One CoolSculpting® myth that we can put to rest right away is that there is a specific body type that this treatment works best for. In truth, it doesn’t matter if you’re an Olympic athlete, very petite or somewhere in the middle — CoolSculpting can help you get rid of stubborn fat, no matter your build.
These are just some of the reasons why CoolSculpting and exercise can be the perfect complements to one another.
1. You Can’t Choose Where You Lose Fat
Have you ever noticed that your love handles don’t seem to budge, no matter how frequently you hit the gym? Or maybe you’ve been trying to get rid of upper arm fat but to no avail. Unfortunately, there’s no way to target where we lose fat when we diet and exercise, so even if you are a workout warrior, you could still be able to benefit from CoolSculpting.
2. Some Fat Is Resistant to Exercise
Similarly, some fat is flat-out resistant to exercise. So no matter how hard you try, these bothersome areas of stubborn fat can be virtually impossible to lose through diet and exercise alone.
CoolSculpting treats ‘pinchable’ subcutaneous fat in many different areas. There are many other nonsurgical body contouring treatments on the market today, such as Exilis Ultra, and they are all mostly designed for the same goal – to reduce the number of fat cells in a treated area. If you have exercise-resistant fat, it’s worth researching the pros and cons of all your available options.
3. Some Trouble Spots Are Genetic
Other trouble spots, like the double chin area, for example, can store excess fat because of genetics, making it even more difficult to get rid of. CoolSculpting can help to remove unwanted submental fat to create a better-defined jawline.
No matter where your trouble spots are, be sure to stick to your workout routine and healthy diet even after CoolSculpting to keep your results around long-term.