Therefore, in the same Germany there are 1000 EMC studios.
If all this did not work, Germans and other Europeans would not go there en masse.
And it would be harmful from EMC training, the ban would be at the government level.
Come and try.
EMS fitness means training in a special suit, in which electrodes are installed that give an impulse to the corresponding muscle group. Undoubtedly, they are useful, but there is one big but that everyone forgets about. Regardless of the goals set (gaining muscle mass or reducing the fat component), nutrition always comes first. Exercise is a kind of catalyst that accelerates the course of a chemical reaction in our body, but, first of all, the same metabolism is triggered, mainly due to a properly balanced diet. With EMS training, you will somewhat speed up your metabolism, give stimulation to your muscles, launching biochemical processes that will allow you to gain dry myofibrillar muscle mass (again, provided that you provide nutrition for proper recovery and supply your body with all the necessary macro- and microelements). Otherwise, if you do not pay attention to food, you will progress extremely slowly, if you do not mark time. And so, if it is thesis, then EMS training is suitable for any level of physical fitness. It is possible to "plow" even while being in the role of a master of sports in any kind of power discipline. As for the effectiveness, there have been no empirical studies on this score, so you don't need to believe that "EMS training is more effective than two hours in the gym".