Hypoxi is an exercise method which is low intensity but is up to three times more effective at burning stubborn fat than traditional exercise routines. The treatment is designed to target specific areas of the body and burn the fat in the said regions. Hypoxi does not just burn fat but also burns areas of cellulite to create a much smoother and toned appearance. The method makes use of advanced vacuum and compression technology and activates the body's natural system for fat burning.
Hypoxi is the result of an idea developed by Dr. Norbert Egger, an Austrian sports scientist. The process focuses on targeted fat loss and works by combining pressure therapy with fat burning exercises. The technology is available in the form of multiple training machines with each one of them focusing on different issues of the body. The trainer S120 focuses on something almost every woman is self conscious about – the fat and cellulite around hips, bottom, thighs, and legs. L250 targets the stubborn fat and cellulite around lower back and lower stomach. Vacunaut targets stubborn fat around stomach and hips Hypoxidermology aids in reducing puffy skin, cellulite, and uneven skin tones.
Hypoxi Australia was established in 2005 after the treatment started to gain popularity. Today, the treatment is available all across the country through a network of over 80 Hypoxi treatment locations. To get started with Hypoxi, you should first find a studio which is the closest to you and book a consultation. The session will teach you about Hypoxi, its effectiveness, and the unique schedule required to make the treatment work.
Hypoxi can seem expensive at first but if you compare it to other health alternatives, it is actually quite reasonable. It offers results which are unbelievable and helps the client shape their body the way they want. Hypoxi sessions are not painful at all and can take from half to one hour per session. Pregnant women are not allowed to undergo Hypoxi treatments as they can be harmful for their health as well as the health of their unborn child.