SilaFit EMS training is generally safe for most individuals. You may experience the usual side effects from working out, like muscle soreness, skin irritation, or fatigue.
People with heart conditions do not qualify for our 1:1 personalized EMS training program.
While SilaFit EMS training can be tailored to accommodate various fitness levels, it is generally recommended for adults. If you are under 18 or an older adult with concerns about participating in EMS training. In that case, it’s essential to consult with your healthcare provider to determine if this type of workout is suitable for your age and health status.
SilaFit EMS training can benefit individuals recovering from specific injuries, as it allows for low-impact, targeted muscle activation. The training can help strengthen weakened muscles and improve overall stability. However, it’s crucial to consult with your healthcare provider or physiotherapist before starting EMS training to ensure it’s appropriate for your specific injury and recovery stage.
Yes, SilaFit EMS training can help with fat loss. The high-intensity workouts stimulate your muscles, boost your metabolism, and contribute to calorie burning, which can lead to fat loss over time. As a result, you can expect improved body composition and reduced body fat combined with a healthy diet and consistent training.
SilaFit EMS training has the potential to help alleviate back pain for some individuals. The training targets and strengthens the deep muscles that support the spine, leading to improved posture, increased core stability, and reduced strain on the back. However, consulting with your healthcare provider before starting EMS training is essential to ensure it’s appropriate for your specific back pain concerns and overall health.
With SilaFit EMS training, you can expect to see improvements in muscle strength, endurance, and overall fitness. The training activates 90% of muscle fibers and provides the benefits of a 90-minute workout in just 20 minutes. Results may vary depending on your individual goals, fitness level, and consistency with the training.
The timeline for seeing results with SilaFit EMS training may vary from person to person. However, many people notice positive changes in their fitness and physique within a few weeks of consistent training. Your trainer will help you set realistic expectations and monitor your progress.
A typical SilaFit EMS training session lasts for 20 minutes. During this time, you’ll experience the benefits of a 90-minute traditional workout, as the EMS technology activates 90% of muscle fibers, making the sessions highly efficient and effective.
After your intro call, you can book a session using the Wellness Living app. Then, you can download it from the Apple or Google store.
The EMS suit will be worn over special undergarments we provide that allow for ease of movement and flexibility.
We will provide you with an EMS bodysuit.
Unfortunately, people with heart conditions do not qualify for our 1:1 personalized training program.