Your body during EMS training

Your body during EMS training

Have you ever wondered what happens in your body during intense 20 minutes EMS training? Why your weight increases immediately after, though your target is to lose weight?

By sending out electrical impulses to the muscles while working out, the body works harder and more efficiently than it ever could while at the gym. You should know that the EMS technology has been used by professional athletes also such as Usain Bolt, and even Muhammad Ali as a training routine, before their competitions.

An uncoordinated contraction is the result of EMS stimulus versus voluntary muscular contractions, that roll through the muscle in a wave to generate a coordinated, engaged force.

Studies show that muscle tension produced in a maximal EMS contraction is 30% higher than a maximal voluntary contraction. A muscle is composed by fibers and during a voluntary contraction, some fibers are hold back as a reserve, therefore, it’s impossible to voluntarily contract all fibers simultaneously. While EMS works directly on the muscles, bypassing the body’s energy conservation system, thus there’s no limit to the percentage of fiber that can be activated. The EMS stimulus allows the athlete to experience a training stimulus that’s unattainable by any other means.


Being such a powerful training, it increases the muscular tissue thus leading to fat burning even after the workout is finished.

Fact is you will train 9 major muscle groups in just 20 minutes making your existing muscles optimally fit and building muscle mass, and yes that can fit quite simply into one time schedule. So, it is possible to train like an athlete, and be able to obtain the same results in no time. Just suit up and enjoy the workout.

And do not forget to keep yourself hydrated

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