EMS Training

FAQ

  • What is EMS and how does it work?

    EMS means electro-muscle stimulation and is a highly effective and time-efficient training method. With EMS, it is possible to increase muscle strength and muscle mass as well as reduce body fat in a short time. Our musculature is naturally stimulated through bio-electronics at every movement. EMS training also works on the basis of this principle. During your targeted training, electrical impulses support and strengthen the natural contractions of the arm, leg, chest, back and buttock muscles.

  • How much time do I have to spend on training?

    You do not have to spend a lot of time for the EMS-Training. 20 minutes a week is already enough to reach your training goals in the shortest possible time. Thanks to the unique concept of the EMS-Training, you also have the opportunity to use other training devices and to make your workout even more successful.

  • What workout goals can I achieve with the EMS-Training?

    With the EMS-Training you have combined all the training possibilities. Whether you want to lose weight, build muscle, tighten your body, reduce pain, or feel more fit and vital: The EMS-Training concept offers you the best conditions to reach your goals with experienced personal trainers and therapists in a short time.

  • What should I consider before and after the workout?

    Before and after the workout, be sure to drink plenty of water. The best option after the workout is still water, herbal tea or a protein shake. We don’t recommend working out on an empty stomach. An easily digestible meal is ideal.

  • How do the impulses feel on my skin and muscles?

    The electronic impulses are neither painful nor leave traces on the skin. Many people describe the impulse like the crawling of an ant. Depending on the intensity level, sometimes they are only perceived lightly, sometimes somewhat intensely.

  • What is special about EMS-Training?

    The concept of our EMS-Training is unique on the market. It provides you with the possibility to participate in a highly effective and time-saving workout with EMS, but also to take advantage of the benefits of a fitness club. The shop-in-shop system creates a workout combination, which not only has short distances, but also brings you closer to your exercise goal.

  • How long has EMS been around and where does this training method come from?

    EMS training in the present form has been around since the 1970s and originally comes from the medical field. It is still used to this day for injuries or after surgery to prevent muscle loss. EMS has also been in physiotherapy for a number of years for the targeted build-up of the muscles.