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perform better, be stronger & get faster

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Improve speed, posture & agility

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Improve muscle endurance

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gain muscle and core strength

More effective Than normal training

Top athletes like Lionel Messi (soccer player) and Usain Bolt (sprinter) swear by EMS and have used it effectively to improve their performance. It made their training times more effective and improved their agility and speed. Research by sport scientists show that your training will be up to 18x  more effective than normal.

Convential training methods struggle to reach the smaller (stabalizing) muscles and the deeper muscle layers. Being able to use and activate these muscles enables you to achieve better results in the sports field.  EMS, in combination with cardio training, does just that!

With the beautiful Sunshine Coast being the prime spot for competitive triathlons, surfing and other outdoor sports, we are excited to be the first EMS provider on the Sunny coast.

the perfect cross training

 

Your FITIN20 personal trainer can help you target specific muscle groups with YOUR sport-specific movements. You will power up your normal exercise routine. It will not only make your mucles stronger and quicker, but also more responsive and efficient.

Many famous professional athletes use EMS alongside of their sports-specific training. As EMS training enables very deep muscular contractions, this helps build a strong foundation of strength that can then be used in other forms of exercise. EMS training allows for sports-specific movements which will additionally help any athlete in training for their particular sport.

EMS also allows you to be able to keep training in your field of sport despite being injured. During your recovery you can stay fit and jump back into action when better without any muscle loss.

The benefits EMS training had for professional soccer players after 8 weeks:

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STRENGTH INCREASED ON AVERAGE BY 30.07 %

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JUMPING INCREASED ON AVERAGE BY 9.14%

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SPEED AND SPRINT INCREASED ON AVERAGE BY 19.38%

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KICKING SPEED INCREASED ON AVERAGE BY 16.3%

How does
EMS Training Work?

 

The more lean muscle you build, the more calories your body will burn 24/7

In an EMS session you will be fitted with a vest and some straps that send low currents to your muscles. These impulses make your muscles contract much more efficiently than you can with normal exercises. There are 8 different muscle group that are targeted: arms, chest, upper and lower back, abs and legs. The muscles work harder, which makes them develop faster and better than with a conventional workout.

Compared to conventional weight training, EMS training activates deeper muscle groups which lead to better balance, flexibility and increased core stability.
The once a week training lasts for 20 minutes but is researched to result in the equivalent of up to five hours of conventional exercises at the gym.
It is a high intensity training as you exercise 98% of the muscles; with conventional workouts, people can only engage up to 50% of the muscle groups. The training doesn’t hurt, and is best described as a tingly deep tissue massage.

You’ll always do your EMS training under the guidance of a Personal Trainer who can activate eight muscle groups individually (such as the lower back, stomach, biceps, and glutes) suited to your comfort and goals.