EMS vs. Traditional Exercise Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS), trains your muscles in a specific way that traditional workouts can’t. This happens by the stimulation of muscle contraction by using electric impulses, and by activating muscle contraction via electrical stimuli, your muscles are being trained. These electrical pulses activate your muscles externally. Let’s say we are targeting a specific muscle in your body, any muscle you choose. It makes no difference whether the electric stimuli originate from your brain or electrodes. In both cases the muscle contracts. Our PhysioFix EMS sessions will
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You’ll feel a difference after your first EMS training session. As your body releases endorphins, and as most major muscle groups in your body are activated, you will experience increased physical awareness, resulting in improved posture. After a day or two, you’ll feel some muscle stiffness. This is normal and indicative of your body’s recovery process. You will feel stronger within about four weeks. And different muscles will improve to coordinate movements more effectively. After roughly six to eight sessions (or 6 to 8 weeks), you will see and feel