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You’ve heard of electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) and how it’s one of the fastest growing technologies being used in fitness, and now you want to know the difference between training with EMS and going to the gym. Getting fit with a wireless EMS suit has 7 advantages over training at the gym:
Throughout the course of a season, pro-athletes are continuously pushing the limits, and looking to train harder, faster and for longer.
And they want to avoid getting injured and spending weeks in rehab! Enabling your muscles to recover properly is a super important part of any athletes training regimen.
Whether it’s because of work, travel or family commitments, finding the time to keep fit and workout can be a challenge. With a wireless EMS suit you no longer have this problem! A wireless EMS suit is the perfect, time-saving training tool for busy professionals. It helps working people combine their daily schedule and to build muscle, lose-fat and stay healthy in 5 ways:
While the concept of EMS has been around for thousands of years – dating as far back as 500 BC. – it has gained a considerable amount of attention within the fitness industry over the last few decades. With promises of increased strength, fat loss, faster results, and improved muscle recovery, it isn’t hard to understand why. But what exactly is EMS and can science back these wonderful claims?
Olympic champion Usain Bolt, soccer players Karim Benzema and Dani Cavajal and Pro Footballer David Njoku have all used EMS to improve their sporting performance. So, in this post, we’ll take a look into some of the research and data that backs up why top-level athletes should include EMS as part of their training regime.