Fitness Technology Contracts Muscles In Hard-To-Reach Places
Personal20 Co-founder and Executive Director Connie Ruiz wanted to be one of the first to bring Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) fitness technology to America.
The Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) training requires clients to wear a special suit with 10 pairs of electrodes. EMS has the ability to work all types of muscle fibers.
The EMS method is perfect for people with injuries, people preparing for hip, knee or shoulder surgeries, or people who are simply busy.
“I had one client, he’d had four back surgeries, and he liked this workout so much. He said it felt so good to be able to work out hard again and strong again on his muscles, without putting any undue or unnecessary stress on the back, the knees and shoulders. And then we have a lot of clients that come to us with back pain, because exercise is good for back pain, but thanks to the technology we can reach the deepest muscle fibers along the core. That can be hard to target with traditional exercise, so they really get the benefit of contracting all those muscles in hard-to-reach places. That’s why it’s called Electronic Muscle Stimulation (EMS).”
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