EMS stands for Electrical Muscle Stimulation; an efficient training method that uses electro stimulation to trigger and incorporate more muscle fiber interaction in your workout. The EMS Device acts as an accelerator to your training results, meaning that you’re able to maximize your training benefits without adding more weights or stress to your ligaments to increase workout intensity.
HOW IT WORKS
The tiny electrodes that the wearable device immolates travel to the targeted areas and accelerate your workout results by working all four muscle groups/ on your slow and fast twitch muscles, unlike conventional training methods that only incorporate your fast-twitch muscles. This enhanced muscle stimulation results in a direct cut down on your training time; as your desired results can be achieved with just 20 minutes of EMS Training a day!
Improvement in Overall Strength & Endurance
Due to its focus on increasing muscle contractions; EMS training sets a whole new record for workout optimization.
The EMS pulses enable your body to increase its power by up 40-70% , giving you the power to tap into up to 90% of your workout potential and giving you better results; in shorter time!
INCREASE IN MUSCLE MASS
If you’re looking to increase your muscle mass, then EMS is the right way to go!
By inducing extra stimulation to your muscles, you’ll surely notice apparent improvement in your chest, arm, and leg muscles in an impressively short period of time!
You can even apply EMS training programs to help speed up muscle rehabilitation process after surgeries under the supervision of your doctors and physician.
Weight Loss & Fat reduction
EMS not only stimulates your muscles and helps them unlock their full contraction potential; it also stimulates your basal metabolic rate during and after the workout. This means that although your body exits the workout state, your metabolism remains accelerated for hours after your EMS Session, helping you burn more calories over a longer period of time and reducing fat.
MUSCLE TENSION RELEASE
Our muscles are subject to constant straining and tension throughout the normal day and especially when training. EMS has been proven to significantly reduce muscle tension and knots by promoting blood circulation through your muscles.
SPORTS PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT
It has been proven through a study conducted by Filipovic and Kleinoeder in 2016 on professional soccer athletes, that EMS Sessions resulted in the maximization of strength and endurance of athletes per training session. Not only does EMS decrease the recovery period of athletes, but it’s also proved to correct most postural imbalances that can affect athletic performance.
INCREASE IN REDUCTION IN BACK PAIN & POSTURE IMPROVEMENT
EMS has been effectively utilized as a method to reduce back pain and improve postural imbalances and even prevent future low back pain by strengthening the back, tummy and pelvic floor.
In a 2018 study conducted by Weissenfelds (& colleagues); scientists concluded that 1 - 20 minute EMS Session per week can result in significant improvement in chronic lower back symptoms by participants.
INCREASE IN LESS STRAIN ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM
Because EMS Training relies on electrical stimulation rather than extra weights and dumbells; your muscles are triggered to contract without any straining or heavy loads.
By the elimination of external loads usage to achieve deeper muscle activation, EMS helps you achieve your fitness goal without worrying about any injuries!
Due to our daily work routines, our muscles are constantly at risk of weakening over time. With EMS, we are able to target specific muscular misbalances and correct a range of posture issues that affect the shortening of the chest muscle and weakening of back and shoulder muscles.
Study conducted by
Vatter, J., 2003
In a research conducted to evaluate the improvement of Back Pain & posture, Body strength, mood, and general health conditions through the use of EMS Training, the results revealed that out of 134 volunteers who completed 2 EMS Sessions per week over the period of 6 weeks, 82% noticed a relief in back pain, while 30% of those reported to be completely pain free. In comparison to participants who followed traditional strength training methods and not EMS training, the EMS Group scored higher in overall mood and body wellness. The EMS Participants’ maximum body strength increased by 12% and their endurance by 69% and they were able to achieve their fitness goals in a shorter period of time.
VATTER, J, Universität Bayreuth, 2003; Publication AVM-Verlag München 2010.2003, a study by the University of Bayreuth (“Electrical Muscle Stimulation as a Whole-Body Workout – Multicentre Study on the Use of Whole-Body EMS Training in Studios
In a study conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of 1x20 Minute Whole body EMS Session per week on the reduction of symptoms of chronic lower back pain researchers found that the strength of the lower back muscles increased by 15% ± 19% in comparison to the controlled group which showed no apparent improvements. The study’s conclusion reveals that WB-EMS Sessions are the most time-efficient, low impact and effective training method to tackle non-specific lower back pain.
Weissenfels, A., Teschler, M., Willert, S., Hettchen, M., Fröhlich, M., Kleinöder, H., Kohl, M., von Stengel, S., & Kemmler, W. (2018). Effects of whole-body electromyostimulation on chronic nonspecific low back pain in adults: a randomized controlled study. Journal of pain research, 11, 1949–1957.
Medical research has shown that moderate endurance training can have an improving effect on chronic cardiac insufficiencies. However, patients suffering from cardiac diseases have a hard time committing to an exercise routine that could result in heart and health improvements. A study conducted by Fritsche et al. (2010) set out to medically assess the benefits that EMS Training can offer for persons suffering from cardiac problems. Results showed that tested CHI patients who completed a month-long EMS Course scored an impressive 96% more oxygen intake when their cardio threshold was tested. Not only so, but their blood pressure scored significantly lower than pre-EMS Training. Their Muscle mass also increased by 14%, while their internal body fat was generally reduced.
Based on Will EMS training become important for secondary prevention? by FRITZSCHE, D. / FRUEND, A. / SCHENK, S. / MELLWIG, K.-P. / KLEINÖDER, H. / GUMMERT, J. / HORSTKOTTE, D., Cardiology Clinic Bad Oeynhausen, Herz 2010; 35 (1): 34–40
By focusing the electrodes on the buttocks, legs, and abdomen , scientists were able to study the positive effect of Isometric EMS Training on the pelvic floor and urinary incontinence. In a study conducted by Boeckh-Behrens, 2002 Researchers found that 23% of participants who trained twice per week for 10 consecutive sessions reported to be free of symptoms after the training period. 24% of the controlled group reported an apparent decrease in their overall discomfort, while 36% reported no significant change in their symptoms. By encouraging the building of pelvic floor muscles, core muscles and body stability, EMS Training proved to promote healthier overall body conditions, daily comfort and mood.
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