Our EMS training methodology at BodyExpress® is based on scientific research. The past two decades has seen an increasing amount of research done showing the benefits of the technology beyond medical usage, and this has contributed to its popularity.
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The progression of social and professional lifestyles in the 21st century has contributed towards a rising number of people living with chronic back pain. In the search for an effective intervention and prevention method, electro muscle stimulation (EMS) training has received increasing attention in sports and medical applications.
The introduction of technology-enhanced training methods, such as electro muscle stimulation (EMS) as a new and more time efficient option for general and whole body strength training, has generated a great deal of research to validate the effects of such training on the human body.
It is generally known and extensively researched that the most effective way to fight the natural and age-related decline of muscle mass and function is a physically active lifestyle, and most importantly, participation in regular exercise.
The idea that moderate endurance training improves chronic cardiac insufficiency (CHI) as a secondary prevention has been sufficiently validated...
The objective of this EMS research field study was to assess if positive impact on body strength, anthropometry, body wellness, mood, overall health conditions and back pain can be reached through electrical muscle stimulus training.
All in all, the results of Filipovic and Kleinoeder's EMS research highlights the effectiveness of EMS training and also supports other research done on athletes in different sport disciplines.
EMS stands for Electric Muscle Stimulation. Technically, EMS is a total body workout with body current.
You’ll feel a difference after your first EMS training session. You will experience increased physical awareness, resulting in an improved posture.
No, any type of physical training is an activity that requires you to get out of your resting zone, but it doesn't hurt you.