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How to build strength with EMS? And to what extent?

Set realistic goals and with the guiding of a professional personal trainer, you can achieve surprising results in your performance through the proper use of EMS.

“Increase your strength beyond your natural limits fast!” Sounds too good to be true? You wish to believe that there was an easy and safe way to gain muscle strength faster and improve post-workout recovery, but sales slogans sometimes can just go too far to sound realistic.

Well, in most of the cases, these outlandish info commercial promises aren’t true. You won’t become a Hercules by just sitting around and shocking yourself, but Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) does have many valid applications in training, performance, rehab and recovery settings. Depending on your level of strength and with the guiding of a professional personal trainer, you can achieve surprising results in your performance through the proper use of EMS units.

Review of 200 hundred previous studies concluded that untrained, trained, and elite athletes were able to significantly enhance their level of strength. Electrical Muscle Stimulation is a promising alternative to traditional strength training for enhancing performance. Probably, one of the main advantages of EMS compared to traditional training methods is better time management.

How does EMS work?

The electrical muscle stimulation reproduces the body’s natural process of voluntary muscular contractions with optimal electrical impulses. By serving as its own central nervous system, EMS allows you to elicit deep, intense and complete muscular contractions without further stressing your CNS, joints and tendons.

How to get stronger with EMS?

To aid in maximum strength development, Electrical Muscle Stimulation should be used as a second strength session within a day to compliment your earlier training. This article contains detailed professional information about proper methods to achive maximum performance with EMS.

How EMS helps trained and elite athletes?

While strength is foundational in sporting success, as an athlete rises in competitive level, the role of general strength becomes secondary. Remember the cliché: sports are 90 percent mental and 10 percent physical. Or as Bruce Jenner, Olympic gold medal winning decathlon runner said: “You have to train your mind like you train your body.”

Beginner sprinters can’t tax the central nervous system significantly no matter how hard they try, but as they improve, the CNS demand rises exponentially, even if the volume of sprinting remains constant. A 10.0 sprinter is placing such great demands on their body that aiding training elements, like barbell lifts, must be reduced in intensity. These athletes will greatly benefit from the use of EMS protocols, as it will allow them to maintain/improve strength levels of the body without further stressing the CNS, the joints and tendons of the legs.

Set realistic goals and with the guiding of a professional personal trainer, you can achieve surprising results in your performance through the proper use of EMS.

Set realistic goals and with the guiding of a professional personal trainer, you can achieve surprising results in your performance through the proper use of EMS.

I am not an athlete. Can I still get stronger fast with EMS?

Of course. If your goals are realistic and you have a professional personal trainer around, Electrical Muscle Stimulation will prove to be your ultimate time-saving method to increase the efficacy of your training sessions. Contact us for EMS personal training in Barcelona, London or Dubai.

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