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Detailed explanation of EMS motion principle
- Sep 27, 2018 -

The usual gym workouts, including warm-up exercises, average 11.5 hours each time. To see the effect, you need to train at least 2 or 3 times a week, which means a total of six hours or more per week. Many people don't have that much time to stay in shape. With EMS training, you only need to spend about 20 minutes a week to achieve the equivalent of a few hours of traditional training.

Numerous studies have shown that EMS training is effective, including the European University of Bayreuth (2002–2003), the University of Erlangen Nuremberg (2009), the Swedish sporthochschule Kln University (2008), and the German Heart Clinic (2010) in Bad Oeynhausen. of. People who receive and do not receive training will have significant differences in the short term. In fact, not only is general muscle exercise, EMS training also excels in improving athlete speed. It causes muscle fibers to twitch quickly through external stimuli. EMS training can also be used when training muscles in certain areas, such as the buttocks, abdomen or back. It even reduces back pain effectively. In addition, the most important thing is that unlike traditional training, EMS training does not create joint stress.


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