Effortlessly Tone and Firm at Home!
The secret weapon for Sport Stars , Athletes, and Celebrities
EMS Abs Trainer
The EMSXF Abs Trainer gives a concentrated workout to the abdominal region. The training gear is designed to fit on your abs perfectly while the EMS technology works directly on your abdominal muscles. Giving you thousands of abdominal muscle contraction per 15 minute use.
EMS Arm Trainer
The EMSXF Arm Trainer gives you the ultimate concentrated workout for your arms targeting the bicep and tricep. Electrical pulses will run through your arms contracting over 95% of your muscles. In a typical gym workout you will be using close to 50% of the muscle tissue. Injury and stress free workouts that are guaranteed to tone your muscles.
The EMS Secret !
A long-held secret among pro-athletes and Hollywood A-listers, EMS has finally become available to the general public. The portable EMSXF toning device provides hundreds of muscle contractions in as little as 15 minutes a day - strengthening, sculpting and tightening the entire muscle system, all in the comfort of your own home! Worn on the abdomen, arms, legs, waist or buttocks, it tones the entire body with muscle contractions that mimic classic resistance training.
“EMS - The New Workout Celebs Are Obsessed With”
“Help You Get Swole Without Sweat”
“EMS The Workout That Does the Work”
EMS In The News
You’re favorite super heroes - Secret Workout
Most notably, Tom Holland relied on EMS for his training in the lead-up to playing world-famous superhero, Spiderman! Calling it his “secret weapon,” Tom says “it really works” and “try it everyone - it was amazing!” See how he used EMS to prep for his most famous role:
How EMSXF Works
Your Favorite Superhero - Another Big Fan!
Most notably, Tom Holland relied on EMS for his training in the lead-up to playing world-famous superhero, Spiderman! Calling it his “secret weapon,” Tom says “it really works” and “try it everyone - it was amazing!”
Just 15 Minutes A Day From Home!
Low Impact, Injury-Free Workouts!
Regardless of your fitness level, a workout-related injury can happen to anyone. No matter how experienced you are, you can easily get hurt. In fact, recent statistics for exercise-related emergency-room visits topped HALF A MILLION annually.
Common workout injuries include:
- Wrist sprain
- Knee injury
- Muscle pull
- Shin splint
- Sprained ankle
- Shoulder dislocation
Pushing yourself too hard while exercising can cause serious damage. The old adage, “no pain, no gain” has led to many traumatic hospital visits.
EMS can significantly cut down your risk of injurious workouts, allowing you to meet your training goals while still staying healthy. Just a few minutes on the machine acts like a precautionary stretching warm-up, leaving muscles less likely to be damaged during a workout.
And if you’re already injured and nursing yourself back to health, EMS has been used extensively to speed up recovery. The no-weight, no-strain, low-impact training tool limbers and loosens strained muscles to make them more susceptible to healing. For many people, this painless procedure accelerates recovery and provides instant relief from aching, uncomfortable symptoms, allowing you to get stronger, faster. And the faster you heal, the sooner you can get back to your daily training schedule!
Matt's EMS Transformation
I used the EMS devices once a day while browsing instagram I called it my social media workout for 10-15 minutes. I felt my muscles firmed up in just days. I combined EMS with a healthy diet to shed fat and the results were astonishing
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS
Yes it works! Hear it from our customers
4.8 / 5 Stars Based on 1057 Reviews
"Reading while toning in bed is pure bliss"
“Feels like you did 1000 sit-ups and squats in 15 minutes”
“Hits every muscle in the glutes..GAME CHANGER”
“Its like doing 200 curls in 10 MINUTES”
“Feeling toned and firm during quarantine.”
“Abs and peloton the ultimate home workout”
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