Lunaling Shorts, Capri’s and Leggings are made using technology proven to help you lose weight during exercise by using your natural body temperature to increase heat around the areas that trouble women most - legs, thighs, tummy and bum - making these trouble spots work harder.
Tested at Brighton University, researchers monitored a group of women who wore Lunaling and then compared the results with a group wore standard exercise clothing during a 30 minute exercise session to gauge physiological responses before, during and after. The results were those that every woman dreams of.
Lunaling increased energy expenditure by 6% during the workout and by 26% percent following the workout. After 30 minutes of exercise, weight loss in a pair of Lunaling Shorts, Capri’s or Leggings was measured to be around four times greater than standard exercise wear!
Though previously exclusive to a select few who tried and tested the product, Lunaling is fast garnering a loyal fan base with women everywhere with consistent rave reviews of the new products.
"My skin is softer and I’ve lost half an inch so far from around my waist and an inch from my legs – thank you!"
"Pleased to say these do what they promise! They keep my legs warm (great on cold mornings) and I can really see the difference after five days. I can’t wait to measure myself!"
Hundreds of women have tried and tested the product since Lunaling launched in late 2012, leading the label to organically gain almost 2,000 fans on Facebook.
Using real-time testing to continue to increase their fan base and help women the world over slim down, the fitnesswear label is challenging bloggers from the UK, US and Canada to put the garments through their paces and share honest, real results with their loyal followings.
Harnessing the use of social media, Lunaling also offered 50 every day, real women the chance to take the Lunaling weight loss challenge, giving them Lunaling clothing to test and review before sharing their results with the public after two weeks of wear.
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