Yes. The low-frequency impulses only affect the striated skeletal muscles, which means it can’t reach the organs or the heart.
No. Your EMS workout session will cause some soreness, as the deeper and harder to reach muscles are affected. This mainly depends on your body type.
EMS is adequate for people of all ages and all physical levels. There are certain cases in which we will require a doctor’s approval before your trial and initial consultation. See List of Contraindicators:
No. According to a number of official studies, there are absolutely no negative side effects for healthy individuals. On the contrary, there are a lot of positive benefits.
Nutrition is the most important part of fitness and having a healthy body.
A strict EMS routine & good nutrition will definitely help you achieve your target body weight and a healthier overall life but we always suggest to stay active.
As long as you take care of your nutritional intake.
After the 5thsession you will see and feel the difference. However, the results depend on many factors like excess weight, muscle condition, nutrition, current training regiment, water intake, gender and age.
EMS training can definitely be practiced long-term and we recommend that you continue a regular training regime in order to maintain muscle strength, as well as other positive results.
The low-frequency impulse exclusively activates the striated skeletal muscles, meaning it does not reach the organs or the heart.