Exolt EMS Studio
Exolt EMS (Electric Muscle Stimulation) is a progressive studio combining ground-breaking technological advancements in EMS training with years of experience in in exercise physiology.
Electric Muscle Stimulation (EMS) has revolutionised exercise, offering a 20 minute high-intensity whole body session with results equivalent to 2 – 3 hours of traditional training methods.
This exciting combination of EMS with exercise is fast-acting with proven results for clients looking to lose weight, tone up, recover from injury, pre-operation strengthening, build core strength and manage neurological or musculoskeletal conditions.
Some common issues our clinical EMS sessions help to manage and improve are:
- Weight loss and muscular toning/strengthening
- Neck, shoulder and back pain
- Hip and Knee Pain
- Symptoms of Neurological Disorders (e.g. Parkinsons, Cerebral Palsey)
- Postural Problems
- Chronic Fatigue
- Improvements in Core Strength
- Recovery from sports injuries
- Improvements in sports performance
- Post-pregnancy core strengthening and improvements in health and wellness
What is EMS
(Electrical Muscle Stimulation)?
EMS (electrical muscle stimulation) uses electric impulses to elicit muscle contractions. It can be safely used as a tool to enhance strength training, rehabilitation, and post-exercise recovery.
Delivered through electrode pads near to the muscles being stimulated, the electric impulses stimulate muscle activity. When used in conjunction with exercise physiology, EMS promotes additional neural and muscular adaptations – or to put it simply, it increases muscle activation and enhances results.
Why EMS Training?
There are many benefits to electrical muscle stimulation training with Exolt
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