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About EMS

Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS)

Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) is a cutting-edge technology that uses electricity to activate muscles to stimulate growth and recovery. EMS can be used to enhance athletic performance or as a rehabilitation tool, helping people with injuries regain strength and mobility.

Who is it for?

Who Can Benefit from EMS?

EMS (electrical muscle stimulation) therapy can benefit a wide range of people, including athletes, individuals recovering from injury or surgery, older adults looking to maintain muscle strength and mobility, and anyone looking to improve their overall fitness and health. EMS therapy can help build and strengthen muscles, increase endurance, improve flexibility, and reduce pain and inflammation. It can also be a useful tool in rehabilitation and physical therapy, helping people recover from injuries or surgeries more quickly and effectively. Additionally, EMS therapy can be an effective way to target specific muscle groups that may be difficult to engage through traditional exercise. Ultimately, EMS therapy can benefit anyone looking to enhance their physical performance, improve their health, and achieve their fitness goals.

How does it work?

How EMS therapy affects the body

EMS works by sending electrical impulses to the body’s motor nerves, causing muscles to contract and relax. This process improves muscle tone and strength, increases endurance and speed, and reduces recovery time after workouts. EMS is a safe and effective way to take your training to the next level.

What’s the difference between EMS and TENS units?

EMS and TENS units serve different purposes. However, they operate on the same principle. Both of them involve applying an electrical current to specific areas of your body. EMS units focus on muscle stimulation for rehabilitation, strengthening and recovery. TENS units target nerves for pain relief.


Benefits of EMS

EMS has numerous benefits for athletes and people of all fitness levels, including:

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Increase Strength & Endurance

EMS can enhance muscle growth, improve conditioning, and increase overall strength and endurance.

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EMS can reduce muscle soreness and shorten recovery time after workouts or injury.

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Tone & Sculpt

EMS can target specific muscle groups such as abs to tone and sculpt for a defined look.

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Pain Relief

EMS can activate the spinal cord to reduce pain and improve overall quality of life.


Frequently Asked Questions.

Here are the most common questions we get about EMS

Is EMS Safe

Yes, EMS is a safe and non-invasive way to stimulate muscles. However, it should not be used by individuals with pacemakers or other electronic devices.

How Often Should I Use EMS?

The frequency of EMS use will depend on your fitness goals and the specific EMS program you are using. Typically, it is recommended to use EMS 1-2 times per week.

What Are Some of the Risks of EMS?

Overusing EMS can lead to muscle fatigue, soreness, and possible injury. It is recommended to use EMS under the guidance of a trained professional.

Is EMS FDA approved?

The FDA regulates both TENS and EMS machines, which are considered medical devices. This means that manufacturers of these devices must meet certain standards.

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