BENEFITS OF EMS
Helps in strengthening muscles and improves muscle tone by stimulating deep muscle fibers
Decrease body fat %
EMS devices cause the burning of calories in the following way: calories are burnt in significant amounts when most of the body is involved in physical exercise. It optimally requires several muscles, the heart and the
respiratory system all engaged at once. Muscle developing and cardiovascular training can in turn increase metabolism and lead to a greater number of burnt calories, so energy consumption is increased. Muscle
development is extremely important, the more muscle someone has, the more effective fat burning will be, even while at rest.
EMS in cellulite treatment
Numerous studies have proven that training and treatments applying EMS technology cause the blood and lymphatic circulation to enhance near the stimulated muscle area. Circulation is increased due to the intensive muscle work and through enhanced muscle pump, at which time the localized blood and lymphatic veins contract and release as well. It is through this increased local blood circulation that then facilitates local oxygen supply and therefore causes the skin to become firmer, through smoothing the subcutaneous tissues and removing harmful metabolites, thus helping in the fight against cellulite.
Solution for back problems
EMS is a very effective way to improve functional performance, and therefore the quality of life by eliminating back pain. An imbalance in the postural muscles in the back, abdomen and pelvic floor can cause a variety of uncomfortable symptoms, including back pain. EMS can specifically target and train these difficult to reach muscle groups, often causing a noticeable reduction in symptoms and an improvement in overall posture and flexibility.
EMS provides training benefits regardless of age. Through the combination of EMS with low impact exercises, stress on the joints can be reduced to a minimal level compared to other sports (including regular training with weights), thus it is an extremely effective way to avoid injuries
The entire musculature can be activated during EMS training through all of the main muscle groups, such as trunk muscles (abdominal, pectoral and back muscles), arm and shoulder muscles (biceps, triceps,
deltoids), and leg muscles (glutes, quads and hamstrings) which are stimulated all at the same time. It means that 80% of total skeletal muscle mass is trained during XBody EMS exercises. Thanks to the effectiveness of XBody EMS training, only one 20 minute XBody EMS training roughly equals 90 minutes of conventional training (including short breaks between exercises).