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WTF – Chin Fat Slimmer

June 13, 2015

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I love it when we’re pleasantly surprised by WTF items. We’ve done lots of facial reconstructing products before, but I don’t really remember any of them doing anything, but this one here: I actually think it might work. Wouldn’t it? I don’t know how neck and face muscles work. Would strengthening your neck muscles doing anything for your face? From what I’ve read, you don’t lose fat in specific regions. Even if you do 100s of sit-ups, that won’t get rid of stomach fat. You have to lower your overall body fat. And getting rid of fat goes by a First-In-Last-Off basis as well, or something…? Saturday Night Wrist: if you’re in the comments and you’re reading this, I know you know your stuff about weightlifting. Let me know the science behind this!

So, I’m not sure if this thing gets rid of your face fat, but I can say that my neck felt the burn after doing this for a while, so that’s a good thing! There’s also the jaw exercise you can do instead, in which you don’t move your neck altogether but just your jaw, in kind of like a reverse-gum-chewing kind of deal, but I know that Martina couldn’t do that because her jaw dislocates a bit too easily. But, hey, that, too made my face sore.

I gotta figure out a challenge we can do with this. Like, a WTF obstacle course. Run here, do ten Hula Hoops of hell, then run here and do 20 neck sit-ups, and then run here and eat 20 Mountain Dew chips. First one to win gets…to stop doing this the soonest! Success!

Anyhow, I had a lot of fun with this product. I wonder how many Agent Carter viewers got the reference to Leviathan? Either way, if you want to try this thing out yourself, you can get it on Gmarket and start working out your neck and jaw immediately. FUN!

We’ve got an extra scene on our app as well, in which Martina tells stories about how bad her jaw is. It’s funny and sad at the same time, but more funny than sad. Check it out by getting our app on Android and iOS.

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  1. You ARE watching Agent Carter! I’m so happy! I freaking love this show.

    3 years ago
  2. HI! EYK I am from Australia and a new chocolate has come out (a few weeks ago now) but I was wondering if I should send it to you? It’s Vegemite chocolate. For real, not joking in the slightest. And I was watching this thinking that maybe you would like to do a WFT on it if I sent it over to you
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/image/6454124-1×1-940×940.jpg

    3 years ago
  3. I remember that neckline in the Us.It use to be all over t.v and magazines.You don’t really see it any more. Turth be told, you guys don’t look likely you need that neckline, but thanks for reviewing the product. Simon you and Martina should do a challenge to see who can do the most neck-ups.

    3 years ago
  4. Guys, I just got your distress call! I couldn’t completely make out what you were saying (something about double-chins and dildos) but I made sure to get here straight away! Anyway, here’s my take…

    When it comes to spot reduction, there are two conventional sides to the argument: novices, who argue that working out a specific body part will reduce fat in that body part, versus “experts”, who argue that the only way to reduce fat in a body part is to reduce overall body fat. The thing is, they’re both right and wrong, and this is due to the flawed manner in which both sides typically present their arguments.

    Firstly, it’s true that the prevailing evidence suggests you cannot target fat loss in a specific area by working that body part; however, you CAN alter the visual distribution of fat in that area by increasing muscle volume and therefore create a more pleasing appearance, which is really the point of spot reduction theorizing in the first place. I don’t think anyone really cares whether they have 7.5 or 9.2 pounds of fat in their butt; they just want it to look nice, round and donkalicious so they do squats and lunges in order to make that happen.

    Secondly, while it may not be possible to target fat loss in a specific area by exercising that area, it IS possible to spot reduce through other means. Contrary to what many mainstream fitness gurus say, fat loss/storage is more than just calories-in versus calories-out; hormones also play a critical role in this process, specifically testosterone, estrogen and cortisol. Males, high in testosterone, tend to accumulate fat primarily in their midsection, while women, high in estrogen, tend to accumulate fat in their breasts, hips and lower extremities. Testosterone also increases muscle mass and decreases fat storage while estrogen does the opposite. High levels of cortisol will catabolize muscle tissue and increase body fat, typically storing it around the waistline.

    By manipulating hormonal levels through diet, exercise, supplementation and lifestyle changes, it’s quite feasible to reshape the way fat is distributed in one’s body. For example, eating a diet rich in protein, fat and cruciferous vegetables, lifting heavy, taking specific mineral/herbal supplements and avoiding environmental toxins can alter the hormonal balance in your system so it more strongly favors testosterone and disfavors estrogen and cortisol, resulting in a more desirable fat distribution pattern and body composition, particularly for males.

    In regards to face/neck exercises: I’ve done face and jaw exercises in the past to improve muscle tone/aesthetics and neck exercises for functional strength. Again, while these exercises may not target fat loss in that area, they can still improve your overall appearance and/or functionality. That WTF gadget doesn’t look too shabby but it’s definitely not necessary to work your face and neck. You can flex and contract in different directions without resistance or use your hands, light weight plates or bands for added resistance.

    3 years ago
    • You’re awesome! I wasn’t sure if you’d respond to the call but you did. Thank you for being so thorough :D

      3 years ago
  5. I don’t have a double-chin type of problem. But I do have a ruptured disk in my neck (from a car accident several years ago). I’m intrigued if something like this would help me strengthen my neck, which is an on-going (super annoying) battle for me.

    3 years ago
  6. Wonder if this would work for people who have no visible chin? My bf has that problem where he doesn’t have a visible chin due to the fat on his face. Maybe not if it is an As seen on TV product..

    3 years ago
  7. haha the order it on g market thing makes me laugh this time. cause pretty sure this time you can just grab it from the as seen on tv store in the mall. or the a for mentioned section of Walmart. i remember seeing those infomercials on tv oh the memories that came flooding back.

    3 years ago
  8. I’d love to see Simon and Martina veres Soozee and Lee race. It could be a bunch of previous wtfs you could let the nasties vote on the course to make it fair for all lol. Hula Hoop of Hell Diet Helper shoe race, electronic skipping rope, the golf pencils + all the weird food wtf as well

    3 years ago
  9. Simon! Genius you! The WTF obstacle course would be amazing… ofcourse you might let martina be the judge (just to make everything fair)

    3 years ago
  10. Pretty much exactly what you said in your lead in. I think this thing will not be very effective. I tried the motion (so awkward) and I think it’s mostly your neck muscles that you use (and in the most inconvenient way possible, might I add).

    If you have multiple chins lowering your total percentage of body fat is far more effective. Exercises in which you isolate a musclegroup (like this thing does with the neck) are less effective than full body exercises. The only reason why you would isolate a muscle group is because they are weaker and need strenghtening, just like when you’ve broken your leg and you need to get it back to strength, or when you’ve just started working out (or your main objective is just to stay in shape by not doing much).

    I would not use this thing, you may force your neck muscles to do more than they can handle (at this moment). Combined muscle exercises is where it’s at.

    3 years ago
  11. Can we please talk about the fact that it’s listed on Gmarket as “Pork Neck/ Face Care”

    3 years ago
  12. Discontinue if you feel any jaw or neck pain? That’s not how you work out! FEEL THE BUURRRRNNN

    3 years ago
  13. Omg, I used to have one of those in high school! I don’t know if it ever worked but it totally feels like it will, doesn’t it?
    :D

    3 years ago
  14. I didn’t think you guys could top those freaky serial killer looking face slimming masks from a few weeks ago but I think that about tops it.

    3 years ago
  15. I’m concious of the fat on my neck, but holy meatballs this seems so tedious! It seems way too painful for what it’s worth, but I’d certainly give it a try. I loved the shia lebeouf meme in there guys… JUST DO IT! ;D

    3 years ago