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4 Common Myths About EMS Training

EMS training

If you’re under the impression that EMS training is a quick fix, it’s far from it. You’ll sweat, you’ll experience muscle stimulation tougher than any traditional workout, and just as regular exercises require consistency, you’ll have to continue training to maintain and improve your strength and stamina.

Here are 4 common myths about EMS training:

 

❌ 1. It’s for lazy people 

✅ Each 20-minute session includes a full-body workout that activates deeper muscle groups at the same time. It’s tougher than regular workouts.

❌ 2. EMS training is painful

✅ The intensity of your training will be determined by your goals, and you will always be guided by a specialised EMS personal trainer who can walk you through each session. Any discomfort you experience after training would be the same as that of a high-intensity workout.

❌ 3. It’s not suitable for elderly people

✅ Quite the opposite. BODYTEC EMS training provides a risk-free strength training alternative for members, 60 years and older. EMS training is highly effective in reducing body fat, increasing muscle mass, strength and endurance for people of various ages.

❌ 4. It’s mainly for looking good and getting in shape

✅ While consistent BODYTEC EMS training will result in rather rapid physical improvements, alleviating muscle pain, regaining core strength, and improving overall health are the most widely spread concerns, beaten with regular EMS training sessions.

Want to learn more about the benefits of EMS training with BODYTEC?

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