It is a muscle electrostimulation technology that contracts a muscle with electrical impulses that act on the muscle to reproduce natural contraction, such as is achieved with normal physical activity such as running, fitness, aerobics and other exercises. Electrostimulators reproduce exactly the same physiological effects on the motor nerve as the brain, and only this causes the muscle to contract.
You could say that a human muscle is "stupid" and does not know where the signal that excites its motor nerve comes from, which in turn achieves the exact desired effect. The brain constantly produces commands that are transmitted to the motor nerve via the spinal cord in the form of a precisely measured number of signals per minute. In the case of muscle, it achieves either only a twitch or a contraction, if we limit ourselves to these two effects. The principle of EMS (electro muscle stimulation) technology is becoming more and more popular around the world, mainly due to the fast-paced lifestyle, but more and more people are using EMS technology also because of the outstanding research results.
EMS uses electrical stimulation to achieve a stronger and more intense muscle contraction that can otherwise be achieved with regular training. Certainly, the volume and the very definition of a muscle depends on you and your goals. German research has shown that EMS training is up to 18 times more effective than regular fitness or gym training.
The results also show that 20 minutes of EMS training can be compared to three sets of 90-minute normal weight training. There is no pressure on the joints during the EMS exercise itself, as no weights or other heavier devices are used during the training to strain your joints. Muscle stimulation is therefore achieved with the help of electric waves, which contract the muscle, so the training itself is extremely safe and excludes the possibility of injuries, which are otherwise quite common in normal training, jumping, lifting weights, etc. EMS is thus also extremely suitable for people who have joint problems, osteoporosis, in general for the elderly and, of course, athletes and sports-active people after rehabilitation. Many people suffer from a muscular imbalance of the left and right sides of the body (also due to poor posture), the most commonly affected parts are the back and pelvis, all of which lead to back pain. With EMS training, you can focus on problematic parts of the body, where you strengthen weaker muscle groups, and directly take care of a healthy skeleton and better posture. The muscles are the ones that keep the skeleton upright.
- Elimination of incontinence problems
- Positive effects on blood vessels
- Noticeable effects on the human psyche and general well-being.
We live in a time when a strong, athletic body, beautiful figure is considered a symbol of success and pride. However, it takes a lot of time to sculpt and maintain a beautiful figure, which we simply run out of due to obligations, high expectations at work and society, or we just have a hard time finding it. What if you were offered a solution, a method that will give you up to 18 times better results in just a quarter of the time of a normal workout in just 20 minutes a week, which you can compare in performance to three 90-minute workouts. Maximum in minimum time? It's EMS. It is a device whose roots go back to a purely medical field, where the device was used in rehabilitation and patients for whom survival, inclusion in normal life was essentially a rapid gain in muscle strength and endurance. Muscle endurance, muscle strength, muscle responsiveness and definition. All of these goals can be achieved with just one weekly 20-minute device program. Electro muscle stimulation technology mimics completely natural activation and transmission of information to the central nervous system via an electrical impulse that signals the muscle to contract. Thus, in 20 minutes of training with a personal trainer, you achieve up to 150 times more muscle contractions through a pre-prepared program (designed based on your goals) than with a normal workout. The results of research show that only one workout can be compared to four hours of classic training in the gym or fitness center. The 20-minute workout is definitely tailored to your goals and current state, readiness, endurance and the like. Training can be extremely gentle, perhaps even performed on the floor, or quite intense with extremely strong contractions combined with dynamic exercises. What was once unattainable and can only be achieved through years of high-intensity training is now completely feasible for almost anyone. Expect exceptional results, even if you are not physically well prepared or especially if you do not like classic workouts.