EMS training with Sweat22 in Yaletown is the right and optimal training all types of bodies, fitness levels and fitness goals. Here is how you can benefit:

→ Busy People – EMS is For You!

Those who are always in a hurry and often rush from appointment to appointment will often struggle to find time to workout. Therefore EMS training is perfect because its only 22 minutes per workout. You can do one to three workouts a week. Electrical muscle stimulation provides great results because it works out large muschle groups at once and is a huge time-saving workout. It is great training you can during the lunch break or between two meetings – just 22 minutes.

→ Athletes

High performance athletes can supplement their normal training with electrical muscle stimulation and significantly increase their strength and speed. The effects of sports-specific training have already been proven in studies. Significant increases have been achieved in the areas of strength, muscle building, maximum strength and speed. With EMS training it is possible to carry out many sports-specific movements, which is very useful for the competitive athlete for his actual sport.

→ Don’t like Big Gyms or Crowds?

Some people don’t feel want to be judged, looked at or fighting for space in a conventional gym setting.  EMS is optimal for these people because it is a personal training in which they are completely supervised and guided by a trainer. One on one focus from the trainer.

→ EMS for All Ages

The older we get, our fitness abilities will change. It can be dangerous to stop all together. If you can no longer exercise regularly, your muscle mass decreases. This can be prevented with EMS at Sweat22 because such age-typical phenomena can be counteracted with strength training. So everyone can remain more efficient and fitter at any age. This is also proven by the new study of the University of Erlangen, which found out that the age-related loss of muscle mass and strength can be counteracted extremely efficiently with the help of EMS.

→ Runners and Endurance Athletes

If you like running or other endurance sports, you can train with electrical impulses in addition to improving your endurance performance. For example with “Cardio EMS” – studies show the effects of EMS on endurance: 71 percent of participants experienced improved endurance performance, and 84 percent of participants reported an increase in generally perceived performance.

Source: EMS-Training.us