EMS Training With Workout20

EMS (electric muscle stimulation or electric myostimulation) is a highly effective form of training. It utilizes low and mid frequency electric currents to significantly increase the body’s natural muscle contractions. As a result more muscle fibres are activated when compared to conventional training methods.

 

EMS-Training is a whole body workout that promotes weight loss, increases physical strength, stimulates muscle growth, and relieves tensions and muscular imbalances. As a form of personal training the workout can be adapted to numerous individual training goals. For example, EMS personal training has been shown to significantly reduce back pain. In some cases, EMS clients have even reported a total alleviation of their (chronic) back problems all together. Due to the increase in both muscle tone and blood flow to neighbouring tissue, EMS may also have a beneficial impact on cellulite problems.

How Does EMS-Training Work? - Electric Muscle Stimulation Explained

 

Electric muscle stimulation training utilizes the body’s nervous system and activates muscle tissue through electric currents. These low or mid frequency impulses are completely harmless when applied properly. The goal is to bring the muscle to a state of total contraction. The key difference to conventional training methods is that the electric stimulation allows for more muscle fibres to be activated during training. In short, more of the muscle is put to work. The intensity of this effect can be controlled through regulation of the electric current itself and the performed exercises.

 

Whole body EMS-Training recruits all of the body’s large muscle groups and activates even deeper lying muscle tissues that are typically difficult to reach with traditional training methods, especially for beginners. EMS is highly effective. Studies have shown that it is almost 20 times more intense than conventional strength training methods such as high intensity weight training.

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