Now one of the most talked-about exercise formats, EMS is quickly becoming the go-to for women of all ages, who understand the importance of keeping in shape.
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While EMS training and its effect can really only be explained and understood by trying it out, here is our summary of some of the major similarities and differences.
Holidays are a common pitfall for most people, being a repeating time frame where they gain weight they worked hard for to lose in the weeks leading up to the holiday.
EMS is more commonly used for weight loss and body shaping as it’s a full body training program. However, it is very popular to treat injuries and back pain as well. Those scientifically proven to benefit from EMS include the elderly, people suffering from incontinence or weak pelvic floor, post- pregnancy, rehabilitation, professional sports, tradies and couch potatoes.