First and foremost, training at home sounds comfortable. That’s what it is: no drive to the studio, no driving costs and you can train flexibly in familiar surroundings. This may be okay for a conventional workout on the treadmill or a few exercises on the mat. But if you can do an EMS workout at home alone as well, you’ll find out in the following!
EMS: Always with Trainer and Under Supervision
The training method of electrical muscle stimulation is harmless. As with all other sports, there is a risk of injury due to incorrect handling of one’s abilities. You should be cautious if you plan to control the EMS device yourself during training.
If you have no educative background in EMS, you cannot judge the strength of the electrical impulses and the EMS device itself. Since EMS is effective, the workout can overexert your muscles.
If you train yourself, it is also not possible to intervene in a controlling way if the intensity is too high because your arms and hands, like the rest of your body, are subject to the impulses.
Also, without a trainer and know-how, you are on your own when it comes to selecting and carrying out exercises. Nobody shows the exercises to you, takes corrective action, or draws attention to incorrect postures.
Therefore: Never train alone without supervision! Experts and scientists even strictly advise against the private use of whole-body EMS devices without a trainer!
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