ELECTRO MUSCLE STIMULATION
WHAT IS EMS?
EMS stands for Electro Muscle Stimulation. The technology mimics the body’s nervous system and activates muscle tissue through low and mid-frequency currents to significantly increase the body’s natural muscle contractions. As a result, these contractions act as resistance, making each workout movement 3x more intense compared with a regular workout.
THE WORKOUT THAT SAVES TIME
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ANY "BODY" IS POSSIBLE WITH EMS TECHNOLOGY
Where We Combine Technology With Exercise To Solve Common Health & Fitness Problems
EMS BOOST SPORTS PERFORMANCE
EMS FULL-BODY SUIT
The EMS full-body suit consists of 20 pre-placed electrode pads on all major muscle groups; the neck, chest, upper and lower back, biceps and triceps, abdomen, glutes, hamstrings, and quads.
The EMS Powerpant consists of only 10 pre-placed electrode pads focusing on the lower muscle groups; the lower back, abdomen, glutes, hamstrings, and quads.
BENEFITS OF EMS
Exercising combining with Electro Muscle Stimulation (EMS) technology can help reduce existing acute and chronic back pain, it can potentially help you prevent back pain entirely. EMS Training is able to do this by decreasing muscle stiffness and muscle tension, promoting proper blood circulation, which flushes lactic acid from the muscles.
One of the main reasons why EMS technology can promote faster weight loss is because the technology helps to create a calorie deficit – burning more calories than you consume.
A regular workout can only burn between 200-250 calories. By opting for EMS Training, you’re able to burn between 700-750 calories per 20-minute session.
EMS Training is especially effective for those who find it hard to enter into a calorie deficit due to elderly or overweight, entering into a calorie deficit will be harder since the emphasis will mainly be on dietary changes. EMS Training can help those individuals exercise safely and effectively, leading them to burn a high amount of calories.
EMS also promotes weight loss by building muscle, which in turn helps to boost your metabolism and burn fat.
EMS Training can speed up muscle recovery time by helping muscles warm up to proactively prevent excessive post-workout soreness. EMS can also be used to treat damaged or achy muscle tissue through massage and muscle recovery protocols.
Chiropractors and massage therapists commonly use EMS for its endorphin production. The varying pulses help increase blood flow and circulation to decrease soreness, stiffness, and aches. There are also features that create rapid contractions that squeeze the blood out of the capillary beds and make room for fresh blood to supply the muscle with the oxygen and nutrients your muscles need to recover.
EMS technology helps the body to secrete a greater amount of endorphins – happy hormones.
Endorphins are able to:
- Block the pain detectors in the brain with a power 20 times higher than one oral analgesic. Pain is a generator of physical and psychological stress.
- Promote calm contributing actively to create a welfare state.
- Improve the person’s mood and make them less vulnerable to both psychological stress and emotional stress.
- Reduce adrenaline levels, thus favoring physical and mental relaxation.
- Contribute to the prevention of anxiety, prevention of anxiety, improving the quality of life and well-being of the person.
Exercise combining with EMS technology help to stabilize and make more efficient mitochondrial function. Along with increasing blood flow, the cells become significantly more energetic making the individual function at a higher energy level.
Exercise stretching and movement will increase flexibility. EMS technology functions as an adjunct to any exercise program thereby making flexibility a positive byproduct of this new and exciting technology.
An average person only uses 30% muscle fibers. However, training with EMS enables your body to activate nearly 90% of muscle fibers; including deeper muscle tissues that are harder to target with traditional training. That’s nearly 350 muscles working simultaneously; contracting roughly 36,000 times in a 20-minute training session. More muscle contraction leads to faster muscle growth, which in turn will deliver results 3x faster.
Urinary incontinence occurs in both men and women and can start from the age of 20. Very often urinary incontinence is caused by too weak pelvic floor muscles, which are responsible for the function of the bladder and bowel sphincter muscles.
Combining EMS technology with the right pelvic floor exercises, EMS can reverse or even prevent urinary incontinence. It awakens the muscles in the pelvic floor and helps them remain contracted.
The complex of nerve tissues that control the activities of the body, also known as The Central Nervous System can only send frequency impulses that control 30% of your muscle fibers during a workout.
With EMS technology, it is able to send frequency impulses to your muscle fibers 3x faster; impelling nearly 90% of your major and deep muscle to contract simultaneously. These impulses act as resistance; making each workout movement 3x more intense and causing your muscles to feel fatigued faster than traditional training. That’s how the EMS technology’s able to shrink a 2-hour workout to just 20 minutes.
EMS technology helps restore muscles and ease muscle tension, allowing the body to relax and slip into more restful sleep. Better sleep will, in turn, improve your quality of life as well as your health, overall wellness and physical fitness.
Regular EMS Training helps remove toxins that causes cellulite. It also stimulates blood flow and increases the production of collagen. These factors can give skin a smoother appearance.
EMS technology intensifies most traditional exercise by urging both major and deep muscles to work harder than its capability. This process allows your body to set a new height of physical performance, making overcoming your fitness plateau possible.
- Blood pressure reduction
- Improved circulation and increased blood flow to the muscles
- Decreased formation of arterial clots, reducing the likelihood of suffering heart attacks and cerebral thrombosis
EMS technology can be used on an impeded joint to increase range of motion and promote healing in the injured area by increasing blood flow and thus reducing inflammation. Many clients stated that EMS Training has helped them relieve chronic joint pain and muscles, as well as their suffering due to stress and tension.
Aside from other health benefits, EMS technology is the ideal treatment for toning the muscle to tighten the skin. The procedure uses micro-current to stimulate the muscle to make it stronger, tighter and leaner. This will result in the muscle filling up the loose skin to smoothen and firm the skin.
In order to strengthen your bones, you’ll need to do strength training. However, for those who already have weak bones, this makes it extremely difficult to do.
Implement EMS technology with exercise can magnify the amount of work your muscles do without causing too much impact on joints and bones themselves. Not only relieving pain but allowing the individual to complete more strength training volume resulting in greater improvement.
BEFORE YOUR SESSION
1. EMS was discovered over 2,000 years ago.
2. Egyptians were using electric eels, catfish, or torpedoes to generate electrical discharges for the treatment of various pathologies.
3. In the 18th century, Physicist Luigi Galvani performed bio-electricity on animals.
4. Galvani demonstrated the passing of electrical current through the spinal cord of a frog had resulted in a muscle contraction.
5. Galvani discovered that the nervous system had the same essential electrical component that human being generates.
6. Same essential electrical component permitted them to control their motor actions; making it possible to obtain movement with the usage of electricity.
7. In the 20th century, scientists noticed that by recognizing, utilizing, and carefully applying electrical stimulation; there are numerous potential benefits toward human healing.