The Benefits of EMS Training

EMS training is used for rehabilitation after injury, increased fitness, and improved ability in particular sports, however its benefits can be psychological as much as physical.

It’s well known that having a physically fit and healthy body improves mental well being, and that exercising is a great way for those in high-powered jobs to unwind, blow off steam, and regain their sense of balance. EMS has the added benefit of achieving this sense of inner well being in far less time, making it a perfect choice for busy professionals, working parents, and those with hectic modern lifestyles to maintain their well being while staying on the go.

In addition to releasing endorphins, regular EMS fitness training can help improve your sleeping pattern. With so many distractions, falling into a deep and healthy sleep every night is far from attainable for many of us. However, regular exercise can help you to fall asleep faster and into a much deeper sleep. This will leave you feeling well rested, and buzzing with energy to face the day’s challenges.

Life is meant to be enjoyed, and a 20-minute EMS workout with Body InVest is also a lot of fun! You’ll enjoy your workout, see the benefits quickly, and feel invigorated with a happy energy that will greatly improve your overall well being.

EMS Training for Weight Loss

Yes, you can use EMS to lose weight. By age 30 we slow down and start losing one percent of our muscle mass. With it goes our ability to burn as many calories, leading to weight gain and loose tissues. In the first stage of training, you will lose centimeters from your girth. In the second stage, fat deposits are attacked. You will also burn more calories in everyday life because of the increased muscle activity, which means that the energy consumption and metabolism increases. Your training success will be amplified and girth and weight are reduced. You will feel better and want to exercise more! EMS training is a perfect complement to a dietary change in order to support weight and girth loss effectively.

EMS fitness training offers a gentle and lasting improvement. It brings the trunk and leg muscles into shape, revitalizes connective tissue and reduces or even eliminates cellulite.

EMS Fitness Training to Look Good

The benefits of an EMS workout on your fitness levels and sports performance are well documented. Anyone can use this technologically advanced workout to improve their physical and sporting prowess. However, EMS is also a great way to leave you looking fantastic as well.

It’s not just athletes who reap the benefits of EMS training. Fashion models and celebrities use this technology to fit their workout around busy schedules, as well as to benefit from the amazing effects of EMS on the skin, cellulite reduction, boosting skin tone, and reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

Looking good takes work, and EMS can help with reducing cellulite, burning fat, and even improves skin tone. By stimulating the muscle tissue deep below the surface, EMS improves blood circulation through the skin and connective tissues. This boosted circulation aids the removal of toxins, leaving your skin looking brighter and clearer. Tighter skin and muscles also mean that the face will appear smoother and younger, as will the youthful glow that comes from a good, healthy workout!

With the concentrated workout that EMS provides, your skin won’t be the only thing feeling the benefits. Everyone has a ‘problem area’ they want to focus on; be it waist, thighs, or tummy. With an EMS workout you can target these areas effectively, seeing tangible results in much less time. This makes EMS a perfect choice if you want to look your best before a last-minute holiday, wedding, or special occasion.

If you’re looking to boost your self esteem and leave your workout looking younger, brighter, and tighter, then book an EMS workout session with Exerceo Training today.

EMS Fitness for Seniors

You don’t need to slow down as you age. EMS has many benefits for seniors. In addition to feeling more energetic and flexible, full body EMS training can lead to significant effects on the body composition of seniors. This can occur after a short training period (45 minutes per week) and a short intervention period (14 weeks). EMS training is a valuable alternative to conventional training methods for people with low cardiac and orthopedic strength.

Electrical muscle stimulation is also used to treat urinary incontinence by sending a mild electric current to nerves in the lower back or the pelvic muscles that are involved in urination. The stimulation may make the muscles contract, producing an effect similar to Kegel exercises, which strengthen the muscles by contracting them frequently. The stimulation may also encourage the growth of nerve cells that cause the muscles to contract.

EMS Training with Brittle Bones

A workout can be tough on those with sore joints, brittle bones, and osteoporosis. For those that still want to keep fit and healthy whilst battling arthritis and sore joints, choosing the right workout can be tricky. A high-impact workout involving running or weights can often be out of the question. For those concerned with keeping their muscles and bones happy, EMS is the answer.

Weight training, in particular, is tough on the joints and bones. With EMS, however, any weight and pressure is applied to the muscles directly, through electronic simulation. This means that stress on joints and bones is minimal, but your workout is just as intense.

EMS is a great workout for those already suffering from bone problems, but it can be preventative as well. Physical activity is known to prevent osteoporosis, and during an EMS workout the deep skeletal muscles are stimulated helping to strengthen the muscles and the bones which hold up the body.

Inactivity can lead not only to diminished fitness and heart problems, but also loss of bone density. Many of us now suffer from backache due to an increasingly sedentary lifestyle. EMS training stimulates the muscles in the torso and back, helping to improve posture and also alleviate back pain.

Changing your habits can be difficult, but EMS training makes it that much easier by offering a workout that is effective, in much less time. With results visible in a matter of weeks, you won’t have long to wait before reaping the benefits of your EMS workout.