Getting fit and exercising isn’t as simple as going to the gym and watching what you eat! That’s why many people choose a Personal Trainer to guide them along the way.
In recent years science has explained more and more about how your body works and what it truly means to be healthy.
You might be surprised to learn that the EMS system delivers a range of fitness benefits that can have a real impact to the way you live your life.
Strengthens muscles and tones body
With the electrodes placed directly onto your body, it works each muscle group and ensures that each set of impulses works the target area on your body.
Rapid and effective weight loss
Through the specific exercises offered by the EMS system, you’ll rapidly burn up calories making this a great way of shifting fat and losing the pounds.
Reduce cellulite and increase blood flow
The EMS system generates faster blood flow to the targeted muscles – one of the best ways of reducing cellulite in key areas.
Gentle on your joints
The EMS system is one of the best ways to recover from injury as the system places absolutely no strain on your joints and tendons.
Improves your posture
Using a set of targeted electrodes, stimulation is created throughout your spinal column, which has been proven to help with back problems and posture.
Commonly asked questions
Does it hurt?
Even though there is an electrical current involved with the EMS system it is very low impulse and completely safe, gentle and will not cause you any pain or discomfort as you exercise.
Can anyone do it?
The EMS system is designed for any age and body type – from the young sportsperson through to older people looking for help with mobility and fitness. Think it might be for you? Arrange a trial and find out.
How do you work with me?
At EMS fitness we can provide you with a session as part of a complete plan of exercise created to hit your goals and help generate the best results possible.
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Click any of the below links to download the research documents:
EMS used in cardiac patients – Cardiology Clinic Bad Oeynhausen, 2010 (Microsoft Word Docx file)
Cardiac Research – University of Erlangen, 2009 (Microsoft Word Docx file)
Strength Research – German Sport University Cologne, 2008 (Microsoft Word Docx file)
Full body EMS research – University of Bayreuth, 2003 (Microsoft Word Docx file)
EMS training against back pain – University of Bayreuth, 2002 (Microsoft Word Docx file)
EMS training to ease incontinence – University of Bayreuth, 2002 (Microsoft Word Docx file)
Research results from EMS training (external web link)