Here you will find a lot of information about the effects EMS training has on your health and fitness. EMS training helps you to reach many different kinds of goals like weight loss, muscle building or rehabilitation.
Which Muscles are Stimulated?
The training with electrical muscle stimulation is a whole-body workout. The electrical impulses are transmitted to the body through electrodes on the EMS training suit and cause muscle contractions. So all groups of muscles are stimulated – including the underlying ones that are ignored by conventional training methods. Each group of muscles can also be stimulated individually through the EMS device. That means that EMS training is a perfect addition to other types of sports as well as a great chance to build muscles or to specifically do an abdominal training.
Use EMS Training to Lose Weight
EMS training burns a lot of calories and has effects on your health and fitness even hours after the training session has finished. That’s why EMS training is the ideal form of exercise if you want to achieve one of the following goals:
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