EMS Training in KL, Kuala Lumpur, Bangsar, KL Sentral, KLCC, Damansara, Bukit Bintang, Malaysia

With Impulse (EMS) Training, you do a variety of functional, dynamic, and easy to follow fitness exercises. The difference with your regular fitness workout? You’re wearing a functional vest with electrodes. Sounds ‘high-tech’, doesn’t it? That’s because it is 21st Century Training! Electric Muscle Stimulation (EMS) reproduces the body’s natural process of voluntary muscular contraction with “optimal” electrical impulses. Your body fires up your muscles by sending electrical impulses from your brain through your central nervous system, resulting in a contraction. Just as your body doesn’t know the difference between squats or deadlifts, it doesn’t know the difference between voluntary contraction or an electrically induced one, it only recognizes stimulus.

The contractions through EMS allow you to target specific muscles through different intensities of stimulation, length of contraction and rhythm. Meaning, you can target specific problem areas a lot easier.
EMS elicits much more powerful contractions than possible from regular training. That’s why you can only do it for 20 minutes max per session – it’s that intense! All these make EMS much more effective than conventional fitness training.
The electric impulse stimulation works on the deeper muscle tissue as well to improve your posture. The blood circulation of the muscular and connective tissues will be enhanced which leads to a firmer, more toned skin. Goodbye cellulite!
The muscle workout makes bones stronger, so they are more resistant to fractures, and indirectly helps avoid osteoporosis. And of course you increase your strength, shape your body and improve your performance!
The EMS-principle is not new: it has been used for decades in the rehabilitation and sports medicine and pro-athletic sports. And now, it’s available for everyone.

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EMS Studios in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
– Bangsar, Jalan Telawi 3 (opposite Affin Bank)
– KL Sentral, Jalan Stesen Sentral 2 (opposite KL Sentral Station)
– Changkat (at Havana Bar)
– G-Tower Level 7
– Damansara Perdana (at PJ Trade Centre)

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