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Losing Inches for Military Tape Test

If you need to lose an inch for the military pencil test (Air Force PT Test), never unpack the Infrared Body Pack. The composition of the Air Force's physical fitness test body, which is assessed by measuring abdominal circumference can be difficult for some people to pass. This is often the hardest part for the Airmen and the staff. Too many people fail in just one or two inches. A series of Body Wraps Infrared is a proven method for reducing waist size by targeting the waist area, diluting body fat.

Over the years, I have personally packaged hundreds of Air Force personnel from Nellis and Creech Air Force bases with great success in reducing waist size. The packaging is a heat system targeted using Infrared technology, which produces concentrated heat, deep in the body to melt fat for rapid loss of inches. Infrared heat (FIR) is a natural form of energy that warms the body with a process called direct light conversion. This energy moves to the bone and radiates into the body to increase circulation and nourish damaged tissues. Infrared heat is safe to use, which allows for the breaking of heat in a manner impossible with other heating methods.

Following infrared wrapping, body wrap technicians recommend that customers follow a balanced exercise and eating program. For the best results, it is best before exercise as this will help burn the most dramatic calories and have the most impact on body definition. Drinking water before, during, and after a session allows the body to remain hydrated, and replaces dry body fluids during the session.

Infrared therapy can also help with chronic fatigue, water retention, skin irritation, and removal of heavy metals and toxins from the body. Over the years, Infrared has helped promote healing in therapeutic sessions, reducing muscle pain, muscle cramps and relief for rheumatoid arthritis. NASA research shows that far infrared on the cardiovascular system is the best way to keep an astronaut's heart at its optimum.

A heart study conducted by The Mayo Clinic and the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that infrared therapy improved vascular function. It can also improve circulation and metabolism, lower blood pressure, lower blood sugar, and help lose weight.

You should start your Infrared Body Wraps series two to four weeks before your military test. The average inch loss around the waist area is half an inch per session, though, some suffer more loss.

Infrared body channels can help by losing inches for quick body composition testing. Military personnel struggling to get through body composition, their PT test waist section should all know there are safe and effective alternatives.


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