The world of exercise has gone through some incredible evolutions over the years and EMS (Electric muscle stimulation) has already revolutionised the way people work out.
This workout has become increasingly popular among actors like Richa Chadha, Pooja Hegde, Kim Sharma, etc. Balancing life, in general, is an arduous task, and to add a cherry on top, we have a crazily busy work schedule.
While managing our social life, work life, and private life, we tend to put our well-being in the backseat without even taking notice of it. Our checklist, by the end of the week, doesn’t get any shorter, while our fitness goals still top the list every time. Hence, we require something quick to achieve our distance fitness goal without taking hours of our day. To give you a taste of the fast results Electric Muscle Stimulation a.k.a EMS training is here to offer you much-needed efficacious changes within a short period.
What is EMS?
EMS stands for Electro Muscular Stimulation. Technically, EMS is a total body workout with a body current. In this context, it might be helpful to know that our muscles contract through electric impulses (bioelectronics) in a normal state. The EMS training makes use of this effect. By employing hardly noticeable external electro impulses, the natural effect is additionally intensified, and effective training can be achieved. With just 20 minutes you can get a workout as effective as almost four strength training workouts!
EMS training is considered effective since you just have to invest your 20 minutes per week and achieve rapid yet long-term results. This right here can be considered the future of the fitness world. When compared to traditional training, EMS training requires you to adorn full-body gear and work against the resistance created by the electrical pulses induced by the gear. This training helps the trainee to achieve noticeable results within weeks, not just months.
EMS training is just more than a medium of time saver for your busy schedule. For workout enthusiasts, this training creates less strain on joints, reduces the risk of cardiac stress, and less central nervous system fatigue. This training is open to all ages and body types. One main characteristic of this training that gives it a superior hold over a traditional workout is that EMS improves your back pain to a significant level giving you a sense of relief.
- Namrata Purohit is the ‘Youngest Trained Stott Pilates Instructor in the world. She runs The Pilates Studio in Mumbai which holds the distinction of being the first studio in the world to offer Pilates and Simulated Altitude Training under one roof. She is also a fully certified Barre Instructor and a certified Boogie Bounce Master Instructor who has trained stars like Sara Ali Khan, Janvi Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Malaika Arora Khan, among others.