This technology electrically evocates the muscle for contraction using electric impulses. These impulses utilize the excess fat deposits as a source of energy and helps in using the muscle glycogens.
Electric impulses are generated and delivered through electrodes on the skin in direct proximity to the muscles to be stimulated, causing isometric muscle contraction of selected group of muscles.
The isometric muscle flexing results in -
Improved blood circulation to the muscles and contributes to improving the performance of the cardiovascular system.
Growth of new blood vessels in the muscles and improves the nutritional supply of the muscle cell surrounding connective tissue.
Strengthening muscles and also immune system by increasing number of white blood cells.
Increase in muscle diameter, decrease in fat content and firming the connective tissue.
Gain in Muscle weight
Depletion of fat deposits
Strengthening and Toning of muscles
Increases cardiovascular performance by blood circulation
Relaxation of muscle spasm
Strengths the immune system
Maintaining or increasing range of motion
Prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy.