Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) is attacking the $20B fitness by storm and EMSXP.com is at the forefront of this innovative fitness technology. Imagine if you could reap the benefits of strength training—build muscles and burn more fat and calories—without dedicating hours at the gym. Instead, all it would take is a few quick 15-minute sessions attached to a device that yields electric pulses and, violá, serious results. A pipe dream? Apparently not
EMS has been a long-held secret among Hollywood celebs, tech-titans and pro-athletes like Ronaldo and Usain Bolt. A-listers like Tom Holland, Heidi Klum and Kate Hudson are obsessed with it. Soccer star Ronaldo and Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt train and recover with it. Victoria’s Secret models Romee Strijd and Alessandra Ambrosio swear by EMSXP to always keep them looking their best for the runway.
But while celebrities and socialites can afford the costly boutique gym memberships that utilize the EMS machinery and full-body EMS suits, the general public has yet to access the same innovative toning technology. Until now.
With the release of the new EMSXP.com fitness device, EMS is now available for in-home use at a fraction of the cost. Visit the website and read more about how EMSXP can help you during the pandemic and staying toned at home.
This stimulation creates muscle contractions that can be quick and frequent, fast with long pauses, or contractions that are held for several seconds or minutes at a time.
Normally, it is your body that fires your muscles by sending electrical impulses from your brain through your central nervous system. But an EMS device allows you to engage in deep, intense, and complete muscular contractions without actually activating (or stressing) your CNS—not to mention your joints and tendons.
The neatest thing is that your body doesn’t know the difference between a voluntary contraction and an electrically stimulated one. Your body only recognizes that there is a stimulus and reacts to it accordingly with a muscle contraction.