If you want to lose weight, you might want to start with fat balls.
The balls, which are made of polystyrene, are available for purchase online and at gyms.
You can even buy them at your local sports store.
The idea is to keep the balls thin by placing them in a water bath and letting them cool for several hours.
The product is popular among fitness and bodybuilding enthusiasts and is used by many professional athletes as a form of fat loss.
However, there are drawbacks to using the balls as a weight loss tool.
One of the most common complaints is the balls are hard to remove from the pool, even after a long soak.
And because they’re made of a material that can be easily damaged by water, the balls can fall out of the pool at any time.
As a result, people who are used to using fat balls have a hard time getting rid of them.
It’s not that they’re useless, according to a study published in the Journal of Sports Sciences.
In fact, they’re actually quite effective in preventing weight gain.
“We showed that if you make them from a material like polystyrenes, they are more resistant to heat, which is good for the body and bad for the wallet,” said Professor Fabio Tormo, who led the research team.
“These balls, when heated up, become softer and more elastic, which can be a good thing, but not a good one.”
The results of the study show that a 10kg ball can be stored for up to 20 days, and that even after its weight is reduced to around 8kg, it can be recovered by washing the ball in warm water.
The study is the first to use a polymer gel to store fat balls, a type of plastic that has been shown to be able to store energy and reduce fat mass in animals.
This type of gel can be used to store body fat in the same way that plastic bags can, said Professor Tormos.
“This gel, which has the properties of water and a high elasticity, is good in that it can resist being damaged by the environment,” he said.
However he added that there is still a long way to go before fat balls can be made in the laboratory.
“It is necessary to understand the properties and the processes that allow the fat balls to be stored in the gel, and to design the product in such a way that it is able to withstand these properties,” he added.
Professor Tromo, along with colleagues from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, from the University of Siena in Italy and the University Hospital of Lausanne in Switzerland, developed the polystyrian gel in collaboration with the Italian company Sustaina, which makes the gel.
The company was able to synthesise a new polymer with similar properties, which it is now testing in further trials.
“In the long term, we will be looking at using the gel as a material for future medical applications,” Professor Trimo said.
“I hope that this work can pave the way for the development of new, non-porous, and more efficient, plastic materials that are more compatible with the body, as well as for the improvement of the energy storage capacity of the body.”
The research was funded by the Italian National Science Foundation (INR 61955) and the Swiss National Science Fund (INRs 144440 and 153880).
A full version of the research article can be downloaded here.