The bodybuilding that modern urbanites dream of requires strong self-control and hard sweat. However, it is not easy for modern white-collar workers to practice perfect muscle lines or maintain an enviable compact figure. Even professional athletes may need some auxiliary means to ensure muscle content in addition to daily intensive training. In the 1960s, scientists in the former Soviet Union began to apply electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) to athlete training. Since then, EMS technology has been widely used as an auxiliary means to ensure muscle content.
Magic secret of EMS Technology: subverting traditional sports
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In short, EMS technology not only directly stimulates the motor nerve through external current, but also causes muscle contraction, so as to directly and effectively achieve the purpose of increasing muscle or shaping. So where is the magic secret of EMS technology? Human muscles are composed of very fine muscle fibers, which can be divided into fast and slow muscles. Traditional exercise methods often use slow muscles for aerobic exercise first, but these muscles have nothing to do with the impression of “firmness”. Fast muscle, as a very explosive human muscle, can produce strong strength in an instant. Exercising this part of muscle requires a high-intensity load to achieve the exercise effect, and is closely related to the visual tight muscle lines. The use of EMS technology subverts the order of traditional exercise methods. It directly stimulates motor nerves through electric current, giving priority to the exercise of fast muscles that are easy to respond to electric current stimulation – this is the principle that the use of EMS technology can get twice the result with half the effort to achieve “six abdominal muscles”.