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How efficient is EMS training ?

Our clients loose up to 5kg per month when they adopt the ElectroGym methodology. It consists of a customised training programme and changes in your nutrition.

How does EMS work ?
Electrical impulses are sent to the muscle fibers thanks to electrodes positioned on the targeted area, such as the abs, thighs, pectoral muscles, glutes. Electrostimulation is a variable electrical impulse (duration and intensity) transmitted to the different muscles by the through two or more electrodes. The electrical impulse causes muscle contraction of the chosen muscles without the central nervous system (brain) being involved.
Who is EMS training for ?
Electrostimulation has been used for many years by athletes or physiotherapists for sports preparation, recovery and because it provides visible and measurable results. It is recommended for anyone from 18 - 99 years.
What are the risks of EMS training ?
EMS training is delicate on your body. The electric signal only stimulates fibrous muscles but has no effect whatsoever on organs or the heart. If in doubt about your physical condition please consult your doctor.
What are the benefits of EMS training ?
  1. muscle quality and performance

  2. oxygenation and muscle recovery

  3. the silhouette, and the appearance of the skin (orange peel for example ...)

  4. recovery of muscle volume after forced immobilization (operation, sprain, fracture, accident, etc.)

  5. and relieves pain (contracture, back pain, low back pain, sciatica, epicondylitis, hematomas, etc.)

It is possible to improve the various muscular characteristics (elasticity, tone, strength.) In a short time and in a targeted manner. By combining classic training with muscular electrostimulation, one can also improve the cardio-respiratory faculties.

How often can I do EMS training ?
EMS training is limited to two sessions per week. Leave a day of two for your body to recover.
When EMS training is not advised ?
You should not do EMS training or only after medical approval in the event of:

• Diabetes
• Febrile illnesses
• Acute bacterial or viral processes
• Bleeding, severe bleeding (hemophilia)
• Epilepsy
• Cardiac history
• Pregnancy
• Serious circulatory disorders
• Abdominal wall or inguinal hernia
• Tuberculosis
• Tumor diseases
• Advanced arteriosclerosis, arterial circulatory disorders
• Serious neurological disorders
• For any other illness please consult your doctor.

Drink enough fluids (at least 0.5 liters of water or mineral drink) before training.