Learn the difference between EMS Training vs Normal Gym
EMS workout takes only 20 minutes once a week, to train and activate all your BODY , the time compared with the regular conventional gym workout where you need to go at least 3-4 times a week, where you are spending up to 8 hours per week The best part is that EMS will activate all your muscles in the same time. Once per week is more than enough.
You’ll feel a difference after your first workout. As your body releases endorphins and as most major muscle groups in your body have been activated, you will experience increased physical awareness, resulting in an improved posture. After a day or two, you’ll feel some muscle stiffness, which is normal and is indicative of your body’s recovery process. Within a period of about 4 weeks, you’ll feel stronger and different muscles will improve to coordinate movements more effectively.
EMS training is medically approved and has been extensively researched over the past few decades. Not only has there been no reports of negative side effects from the training, but it is recommended across various fields of rehabilitation.