EMS stands for Electric Muscle Stimulation. EMS is a total body workout using electrical current to stimulate muscles while activating them during a 20 minute workout . In this context, it might be helpful to know that our muscles contract through electric impulses (bioelectronics) in normal state. The EMS training makes use of this effect. By employing hardly noticeable external electro impulses, the natural effect is additionally intensified and an effective training can be achieved.
EMS training is in gyms and rehab centers all around the world, this technology is only recently growing awareness in the US! It is incorporated into competitive sport training, rehabilitation and medicine. Elite athletes use EMS in addition to their training in order to improve their strength, endurance and speed. Physical therapists make use of EMS for joint-sparing muscle formation and for targeted back exercises. Personal trainers use the toning aspect to create lean muscles for clients which increases metabolism, decreases cellulite and assists in weight loss and girth when following a healthy diet.
The EMS full-body workout activates over 90% of your muscle fibers at the same time during each contraction! In a single 20 minute session, you’ll burn up to 500 calories! As opposed to conventional weight training, deeper muscles are demanded which enhance intra- and intercellular coordination. Therefore, the training produces an effect much more rapidly and effectively than conventional weight training. The training effect with EMS training can be up 18 times better than with conventional weight training.
Come as you are...we provide the outfit for you! EMS training requires a specific top and bottom which is provided by Jolt e-Fitness. The workout can also be done barefoot however if you prefer to wear sneakers that's ok too!
There are many types of activities that complement EMS training some of which include spin or biking, jogging, swimming, yoga and Pilates as well as any other type of cardio training. The recovery phase of an EMS session is typically 24 to 48 hours, similar to a conventional training session. All other sports related activities can be continued as normal after the initial recovery phase.
Yes. In the first phase of the training, you will lose centimeters and in the second phase, fat depots are attacked. You will also burn more calories in everyday life because of the increased muscle activity, which means that your energy consumption increases. Thus, the training success is amplified and in addition girth and weight are reduced. EMS training is a perfect complement to a dietary change in order to support weight- and girth loss effectively