When training with electrical impulses, the orthopedic load is low, the workout is very joint-friendly. At the same time, the metabolism is stimulated because all large muscle groups are trained at the same time. EMS effectively addresses the large, fast muscle fibers that are difficult to reach with other types of training.
Recent studies with men between 65 and 75 years show that seniors can counteract age-typical phenomena such as muscle loss with EMS training. Body fat and weight have also been reduced and muscle mass has been built up, all of which are crucial factors for seniors to maintain their independence in old age and prevent falls, for example.
Being physically active cannot prevent the aging of the organ systems, but it can slow it down. Through regular strength training in old age, the body remains at a significantly higher level of performance and functionality and many signs of aging can be avoided or at least mitigated.
Fullcircle Ems fitness studio is the right place for training seniors and they provide customized training in respect of age and health conditions.
So, try out a trial session now.