Group 69 min

Electronic Muscle Stimulation

Electronic muscle stimulation (EMS) is a type of physical therapy that uses electrical impulses to stimulate muscle contractions. This technique can be used to help improve muscle strength, endurance, and flexibility, as well as to reduce muscle pain and spasms. EMS is typically administered using a device that delivers the electrical impulses through electrodes that are placed on the skin near the targeted muscle or muscle group. The intensity and frequency of the impulses can be adjusted to suit the individual’s needs and tolerance. EMS is often used in combination with other forms of physical therapy and exercise to enhance the overall rehabilitation process.

Hi-TONE XL: Advanced Muscle Toning and building system, EMS+EFWT

Introducing Hi-Tone XL, the ultimate Electro Muscle Stimulation and Contouring Machine that utilizes EFWT (Electromagnetic Focused Waves Technology) to induce supramaximal muscle contractions that cannot be achieved through voluntary action. This leads to a deep remodeling of the muscle’s inner structure, resulting in muscle hypertrophy, new protein strands, and muscle fibers, leading to an increase in muscle density and volume. With just 30 minutes of use, you can achieve 30,000 supramaximal muscle contractions. And after only 6 treatments, you can see up to 16% muscle mass growth. Hi-Tone XL is equipped with powerful 7 TESLA magnetic field power on each hand piece.