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Can Electrical Muscle Stimulation Produce Cardiovascular Exercise?

How to increase your energy and stay healthy if you work 60+ hours a week?

Cardiovascular exercise is the most common form of weight loss exercises. Any training that raises heart rate counts as cardiovascular training. By strengthening the heart with exercise this can pump more oxygen-rich blood. Consequently, the better oxygenation of the body improves well-being, stamina, increases metabolic efficiency and lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease. Read more

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Instead of “beach-body” obsession stay healthy and fit for the summer

Instead of torturing yourself to fit the 21st century’s often unrealistic beauty standards – leading you to follow unhealthy diets, to experience frustration or even depression and low self-confidence – “beach body” should rather mean being healthy and fit while enjoying the bikini season feeling good and relaxed. Aiming to achieve a beach body should mean, we are making steps towards a healthier life, while making peace with our own body and selves. And of course, not making other human beings feeling bad for their own body, by throwing shots on them just because we don’t like what we see. Read more

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EMS training after injury

Health and Rehabilitation

When your regular workout is impaired due to an injury and you may be required to avoid intensive movements, electrical muscle stimulation might be the solution to prevent decrease in muscle strength. Read more

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What to eat before and after EMS training?

You have a busy life, but want to stay healthy and energetic. You would like to get in shape for the summer, maybe not for the reason to fullfill society-created beauty standards but rather to feel good. Muscles have a great influence on our well-being. They stimulate fat burning and affect the immune system. No matter if you are 18 or 80 years old: by strengthening your muscles in a sound way, you can get a younger appearance, and feel more vitality. Read more