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Benefits of EMS Training

EMS training is a highly effective and safe method to improve physical performance

EMS personal trainer helping clients with their EMS workout session

20 MINUTES IS ALL IT TAKES!

In conventional exercise your muscles work to between 40 to 70% of their capacity. During a OyaBurn EMS workout your muscles work to more than 90% of their capacity. And that's with every contraction. With a OyaBurn EMS workout, using our high-tech suit you are able to achieve 85 contractions (reps) per second.

This makes the training both intensive efficient and effective - hence only 20-minutes per week.

LOSE WEIGHT. NOT TIME.

Unlike conventional training, EMS targets the muscles directly and intensively meaning your 20-minute full-body workout session equates to the same as 3 hours of sweating it out in a traditional gym. The results achieved with EMS training are much faster than with any conventional training due to the high number of muscles that we activate in each workout. 

man doing pushups in EMS workout session

Benefits of EMS training

Celebrities, athletes and physiotherapist are using EMS training

to help them stay in shape and recover, this is why:

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Save time

Too busy to exercise? A 20-minute EMS workout can offer the same results as a 90-minute high-intensity gym class. It is enough to do one or two weekly sessions which can also be added to your existing workout routine.

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Endorsed by science

EMS is scientifically proven to be effective and safe by reputable sports institutions, and has been used by doctors, health clinics, physiotherapists and professional athletes for more than 50 years around the world.

Personal Trainer coaching client during EMS workout session

Target all areas

OyaBurn EMS workouts engage up to 98% of your muscles, compared to the 60% you might use in the gym, and burn up to 500kcal in just 20 minutes. Low-impact exercises ensure minimum stress on shoulders, back and knees.

Man and woman training muscles with EMS workout

Toned Muscles

The highly personalised nature of an OyaBurn EMS workout means that, depending on your goals, you can either gain muscle mass to appear stronger or reduce your overall size to achieve a toned silhouette. Hand weights and TRX bands can be added to the workout to increase its intensity.

Personal trainer helping client with improving posture with EMS workout

Better posture, stronger back

Imbalances in the muscles of the back, abdomen, and pelvic floor are common ailments which lead to poor posture and lower back pain. With the EMS method these difficult muscle groups can be targeted and effectively trained; especially where imbalances have caused back pain. OyaBurn EMS training has made a noticeable contribution to alleviating pain and discomfort. Bad posture is corrected, which ultimately leads to an improvement in posture and mobility.

Certified personal EMS trainer helping client with rehabilitation using EMS training

Rehabilitation

If you’re suffering from back or knee pain and have been unable to do conventional workouts, EMS training can help you treat existing issues, build strength and prevent future injuries. Your trainer will guide you through simple movements to ensure minimal impact on your joints.

Studies have shown that EMS can effectively accelerate muscle regeneration after surgery.

Certified EMS trainer in workout together with client, training their muscular balances

Compensation of muscular imbalances

EMS allows the targeted control of muscle groups. This is particularly important when muscular imbalances need to be compensated. Sitting at a desk for long periods of time, for example, can lead to a shortening of the chest muscles with a simultaneous weakening of the shoulder and back muscles. Regular, weekly, training at Bodystreet helps correct these imbalances.

EMS trainer checking skin tone

Radiant skin

Many EMS clients also notice an improvement in their skin tone, a higher metabolism promotes fat loss and can reduce the appearance of cellulite.

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