EMS: The key to fat loss

Electrical Muscle Stimulation is a full-body training with electrical stimulation.
Achieving a perfect figure is every person's aspiration. For many, however, it remains a distant dream. Each passing year sees as many new weight management fads as there are people vying to achieve that perfect body. Magic pills and secret therapies and abound. However, reality is that daily stress and an inactive lifestyle leaves one drained. The result? Weak muscles, mounting cellulite and low self esteem.

Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) comprises full-body training with electrical stimulation and stimulates the muscles so that your training is more efficient. Thus, the training one does is much more intense and faster than conventional weight training. The results are quick and incredible. In EMS, impulses are generated by a device and delivered through electrodes on the skin in direct proximity to the muscles to be stimulated, which contracts the muscles just like an active exercise.

EMS promotes a sustained reduction of body weight and body fat. In women with EMS training, a reduction is found primarily in problem areas like the waist, hips and thighs, while simultaneously tightening the chest and arms. In men, EMS training leads to waist reduction. It also allows a significant increase in arms, chest, back and legs. The best results are achieved when combining active exercises and electrical stimulation.

EMS training has been successfully used by over 15,000 consumers at more than 1,500 training studios across Germany. The same, proven German technology is now being introduced as Nu Form by Talwalkars in India.

Rainer Beck, Director of Sales & Marketing, MIHA Bodytec, who exclusively specialise in the EMS process, says, "EMS training stimulates the muscle so that your training is more efficient. Both men and women will benefit as it provides a quick overall fitness regime for the entire body. Nu Form will definitely be a rage with the Indian consumer for its superior benefits, like it has been a success in Europe."

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