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Bye, Bye Kilos: How EMS Training Helps to Lose Weight!

Health & Fitness

The proportion of obese people in the world’s population is increasing rapidly. According to a recent study, the percentage of obese people doubled in more than 70 countries between 1980 and 2015. Researchers from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation in Seattle found that more than two billion people worldwide are overweight or even obese – with far-reaching consequences for health. And even a few kilos too much already promote dangerous diseases. One possibility to prevent this is EMS training, which is an efficient way to lose weight!


Weight Loss through EMS Training

Fight Your Kilos with EMS Training 


EMS training is a whole-body workout and strengthens all large muscle groups of the body – but also the deeper, smaller muscles that are not reached with conventional strength training methods. This effective muscle building increases our basal metabolic rate and our body consumes more calories. Moreover, where there are muscles, fat tissue cannot attach so easily. 

Training with EMS has a stimulating effect on our metabolism, which is higher than usual during and after training. In combination with a balanced nutrition, the training is the ideal solution for people who want to lose weight!


Tighter Skin Through EMS


By removing fat tissue, the skin is tightened and thus EMS training can also reduce annoying cellulite. Furthermore, EMS training promotes blood circulation, which improves the supply of nutrients and oxygen to the skin. This also has a smoothing effect and makes the skin look younger.


Weight Loss through EMS Training


Check out the following testimonials to see who has already managed to lose weight with EMS:


Megan: I was “electrocuted” for three months to get myself wedding ready and this is what happened

Marc: How to lose 48 kilos … experience of a 16-year-old

Lisa: “EMS has changed my life!”


Now you also want to try this effective training method? Look here for a trial session or use our studio finder to search for a studio near you! 



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