EFFICIENCY

by Nov 28, 2020EMS Fitness0 comments

Full-body EMS training is a highly effective and time-efficient training method for increasing muscle strength and mass whilst simultaneously reducing body-fat.

A training session lasts just 20 minutes and is always conducted with a qualified trainer who monitors the training and its success. Once a week is sufficient for reliably achieving individual goals, with its effectiveness proven in numerous scientific studies.  

Training should take place on an agreed date. Ideally once a week – for 20 minutes! This means that EMS training can be regularly scheduled and personally monitored by both sides. Week after week, this provides a significant training stimulus, which guarantees to help you reach your goal as efficiently as possible.

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