EMS Sculpt body sculpting makes it possible to reduce fat and build toned muscle in just 30 minutes with no downtime. EMS Sculpt is the newest, easiest way to sculpt and tone your abdomen, buttocks, and upper arms. It’s natural, non-invasive, and effective.
EMS Sculpt uses high intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) field technology to trigger muscle contractions in the treatment area, stronger than muscle contractions during intense exercise.
One abdomen treatment is the equivalent of doing 200 sit ups every day for a year, or 20,000 sit-ups in 30 minutes. Best of all, there is zero preparation time and zero downtime for EMS Sculpt treatments. This is why EMS Sculpt is a favorite with Hollywood celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen, Kim Kardashian and Drew Barrymore.
What is EMS Sculpt?
EMS Sculpt is an FDA-approved method of building muscle while burning fat. During treatment, EMS Sculpt machine paddles are placed strategically placed over either the abdomen, buttocks, or upper arms. The pulses trigger deep contractions up, to 20,000 times, during the 30-minute treatment.
The muscle contractions are different from those in an ordinary workout, even an intensive one. The pulses depolarize nerves, which causes supramaximal contractions that your body can’t produce. Supramaximal contractions activate all the muscle fibers at once with short rest periods to avoid muscle fatigue. The supramaximal contractions help clear lactic acid buildup in the muscles so there is little to no soreness after treatment.
What results can I expect?
Results become visible over several weeks, and the gains in muscle mass can last for up to six months. People realize an average 16% increase in muscle tissue four weeks after the last treatment. A maintenance session every three to six months is recommended. Because EMS Sculpt increases muscle mass, the less fat you have in the treatment location, the more visible results will be.
Fat loss of up to 26% is a proven side effect, and one that can make a difference to your health. This is because the HIFEM technology pulls double duty. While its firming muscles, EMS Sculpt triggers the surrounding fat cells to dump their load. The lipids dumped from the fat cells are naturally excreted by the body’s lymphatic system.
A recent study of 33 patients who received four, 30-minute treatments were evaluated just one month later. The result: an average fat reduction of 19% with fat reduction as high as 26.6%. The results were consistent. Every patient saw results, and 91% were satisfied with results.
Note that patients with significant fat stores may not be ideal candidates for EMS Sculpt. The HIFEM (High-Intensity Focused Electro Magnetic) energy used to power EMS Sculpt penetrates to about 7 cm. Those with thicker fat stores may not get as significant muscle contraction, resulting in fewer results following treatment.
How many treatments will I need?
A full course of treatment is 4 to 8 sessions, two each week. The number of treatments required for optimal results depends on the individual.
What areas can EMS Sculpt treat?
EMS Sculpt treatment areas are the biceps, triceps, abdomen, buttocks, front thighs, back thighs, inner thighs, outer thighs, and calves. EMS Sculpt explicitly cannot be applied near the heart, neck, or head.
What does an EMS Sculpt treatment feel like?
EMS Sculpt treatments are relatively painless. The device is strapped over the treatment area and the power is turned on. Power us usually started at a lower power level and gradually increased because going directly to 80% or 100% can hyper-stress and even damage the muscle.
The contractions occur a few seconds apart and feel like super-intense vibrations. This experience is often slightly uncomfortable during your first treatment but gets more comfortable with each additional appointment. After a series of contractions, the machine will switch over to a tapping motion. This helps break up the lactic acid that’s being released by your muscles so you’re not sore afterwards.
What EMS Sculpt Won’t Do
EMS Sculpt isn’t a miracle cure. It isn’t a substitute for exercise that engages many body parts, such as squats that engage calves, thighs, pelvis, and back muscles while increasing your heart rate. Ideally, you’ll be eating healthy and working out along with the treatment for the best results.
Who should not have EMS Sculpt treatments?
People who have metal or electronic implants such as cardiac pacemakers, implanted defibrillators, implanted neurostimulators, drug pumps, heart disorders, any malignant tumor, a metallic IUD, sensitivity to latex, hemorrhagic conditions, impaired or injured muscles, epilepsy, recent surgical procedures, are pregnant, are nursing, have a metal IUD, or have any area of the skin that does not have normal sensation should not have EMS Sculpt treatments.
Women who are close to menstruation may find that it comes sooner or cramping is increased/intensified with EMS Sculpt treatments, therefore we recommend not undergoing treatment during this time of the month.
EMS Sculpt Benefits
Regardless of your age, muscles are vital to your overall health. Muscles comprise 35% of your body. Muscles are required for movement, balance, organ function, skin integrity, physical strength, immunity, and wound healing.
- No down time or preparation before procedures
- Non-invasive, 30-minute sessions
- Fast results that typically last for a full year
EMS Sculpt Cost
The cost depends on the treatment area(s) and number of treatments. Typically a series of 4 treatments are needed, but your individual needs may vary.
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