What is EMS all about?
Absolutely! There are a lot of scientific studies that prove that EMS training has positive effects on the health of non-athletic adults. It relieves back pain and increases strength, endurance, and performance! Not to mention that EMS training has been adopted by millions of people all over the world.
We recommend 1 session a week for the first 6 weeks to allow optimal recovery between 2 sessions. Following this period of adaptation, members have the option to train twice a week with a minimum of 4 days of recovery between 2 sessions.
ABSOLUTELY NOT! Your DOUMA Fitness coach will make sure to adjust the intensity of your workout to challenge you to your maximum possibility. During each session, you’ll perform basic and simple movements to emphasize the work of the electrical stimulation. And of course, each exercise will be chosen carefully to match your goals and fitness capabilities.
I know being active is very important for my health, I have tried different workouts, but I just hate to exercise. Why could EMS training be an excellent solution for me?
No matter how long you’ve been working out or how old you are, we provide all the equipment and create a customized fitness plan based on your age, goals, and fitness level. EMS movements are simple and require zero experience. Even if you hate working out, you’ll love EMS!
I have a busy schedule, and I just don’t have time to exercise. Why could EMS training be an excellent solution for me?
Because you don’t have to make time for long workouts a few times a week. Instead, you get the whole experience and results of high-intensity training in as little as 20 minutes once or twice a week at DOUMA Fitness.
EMS training with DOUMA FITNESS comes with many benefits, including:
- Body tightening
- “Butt lift”
- Lean muscle build up
- Increase general fitness, energy and stamina
- Burning of fat
- Back pain recovery
- Health and immune system enhancement
We exclusively use German EMS technology from Miha Bodytec as it’s currently the only medically certified EMS device.
However, certain medical conditions are known to be contraindications in EMS training. It’s not recommended for the following conditions: (1) pregnancy; (2) pacemaker or other electrical implants; (3) and acute illness like fever, viral infections, or acute inflammatory processes. Medical consent may be necessary for some physical conditions. These should be discussed with your personal trainer before any training commences.