What we do
At Revolution Fit we utilise the most optimal nutritional and training technologies to guarantee you serious results that will maximise your performance. We utilise cutting edge EMS training technology from Germany used by athletes like Usain Bolt, that will give you a super effective and intense workout. EMS contracts up to 90% muscle fibers within each major muscle group, making it three times more effective than any other form of gym or cardio exercise.
EMS or Electro Muscle Stimulation is a full body training exercise impulse current, that sends impulses which activates your deep muscle layers. These deep muscle layers are hard to activate through conventional training, but by combining it with functional movement training it gives you a workout stimulus that is 18 times more effective than any orthodox workout, whether you are just starting out or as a professional athlete.
In just 20 minutes of training with the technology together with a certified trainer, you will get a super effective workout with up to 90% muscular contractions which you cannot target with conventional training. With zero risk of injury – guaranteed. This is the future of training!
Benefits of EMS
- Super definition in your Muscles
- Activate up to 90% muscle fibres
- Increase Core strength and stability
- Increase maximal strength
- Optimize your performance in Endurance Sports
- Decrease your training time dramatically
- Tone and shape your body
- Guaranteed muscle activation
- Zero risk of injury while training
How does it work?
Our central nervous system sends bioelectrical impulses that controls our muscle action. EMS uses this natural principle and intensifies the process to reach deep muscle layers and fibres which are hard to activate through conventional training. It is achieved by applying EMS electrodes to the skin above the muscle.
The exercises are done wearing a vest with all the electrodes attached, to effectively target all the big muscle groups. Best results are achieved when doing a combination of dynamic and functional exercises. While doing a series of movements that is of low or with no impact on the body, the muscles are stimulated through the electrodes. Each muscle group can be controlled individually by adjusting the training intensity. The training is not harmful or painful to the body at all.
EMS training vs Tele Ems (Conventional workouts)
How much time do I save and how often do I need to train?
How safe is it and are there long term side effects?
The absolute contraindications are:
- Heart pacemaker.
- Severe circulatory disorder & arterial circulatory disorder.
- Abdominal wall- or inguinal hernia.
- Tumour diseases.
- Arteriosclerosis in advanced stadium.
- Diabetes mellitus.
- Severe neurological illnesses (epilepsy, multiple sclerosis).
- Fever, acute bacterial or viral infections.
- Bleedings (haemorrhages) & heavy bleeding tendency (haemophilia).
If you suffer from any of the above conditions, please consult your doctor to obtain medical approval before starting with EMS training.
Personal training on another level
When will I see results?
Research studies from the Bayreuth University in Germany report the following results after a 6-week training program with EMS:
- 88% of people tested reduced their back pain.
- Over 30% of those reported their recurring back problems had disappeared.
- 75% showed improvement with incontinence problems, while 33% of those were cured of incontinence altogether.
- Overall maximum strength ability increased by 12% while endurance/fitness levels improved by 69%.
- On average, 85% of people tested felt an improvement of their body shape and 90% ranked the EMS training method as positive.
- Training with higher intensity produced effective results, especially with subjects who suffered from recurring pain and other ailments. It also resulted in enhanced muscle definition and tone.
The values that were measured underscore the fact that whole body EMS-training is up to 40% more intensive than traditional strength training with weights!
What do the scientists say?
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