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

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

Most of the people agree, that in order to stay healthy and have enough energy for tough days at work, they need to sleep more, exercise more and eliminate junk food from their diet. Of course, being aware of this basic health rules is very different of actually following them in our everyday life. Read more

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How to lose weight with EMS personal training?

How to lose weight with EMS personal training?

First of all, we have to state two disappointing facts:

  1. No EMS devices have been cleared at this time for direct effect on weight loss.
  2. No miracle weight loss method works unless your calorie intake is less than what your body needs to consume.

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Muscle building and isometric exercise with EMS training

Muscle building and isometric exercise with EMS training

An isometric exercise is the type of work-out when the muscle is contracted without any visible movement in the angle of the joint. Its name comes from the Greek words “isos” (“equal”) and “metron” (“measure”). This exercise is different from the traditional moving isotonic contractions, in which the muscle length and joint angle is changing throughout the exercise. Read more

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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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Training with EMS for the next athletic challenge

Personal trainer in 20'Fit Barcelona

Training for a big triathlon or to run the marathon? Whatever athletic contest it is, you know that you will need to train and push yourself harder to meet the training plan goals. Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) may be the final piece to include in your training plan to be effectively prepared for the race and also keep your strength en event of a joint injury. Read more