More and more professionals use electrostimulation in their activities. The main professions that practice this specialty are sports professionals, physiotherapists and aesthetician. To offer an electrostimulation service are necessary two conditions:
1. It is compulsory to have the degree or certificate in order to carry out their main professional activity.
2. To be trained and specialized in electrostimulation.
This means that whether you are a sports trainer, physiotherapist or aesthetician you must have a specific degree for your profession. This is essential in order to carry out your professional activity.
If you like to offer electrostimulation services to your patients or clients, you must be trained in order to acquire specific skills in this method. For this reason it is necessary that you train with EMS professionals, and the company that provides you with equipment offers you this training and certifies you.
Muscular electrostimulation consists of the emission of electrical pulses through the muscles, as our own body does through the different cells of our body. It is based on a very high performance technology and can be adapted to very diverse uses that require specific knowledge, such as:
In sports clubs and/or gyms, electro-stimulation can be used for weight loss, toning up and strengthening of muscles as well as muscle recovery. In addition, it increases energy, increases strength, and improves circulation.
In health clinics, electrostimulation will be used to relieve pain, optimize rehabilitation and prevent injury. Achieve a motor response, increase muscle strength through different programs, prevent muscle atrophy and increase tone.
In beauty centers, electrostimulation will help to sculpt the body, reduce cellulite, improve blood circulation and improve general well-being.
Whether in any of these three fields, it is necessary that all the professionals who offer the electrostimulation service are trained and certified by the company that provides them the equipment.
Specific training and personalized support:
Nowadays, electrostimulators are very advanced technological devices that, in order to be used to their full potential, require good technical knowledge.
The supplier of the electrostimulation equipment, as in our case I-motion EMS, is the one who offers not only advanced technology equipment, but also specific training and certification of having participated in our training courses. As a company, we consider ourselves a true partner, who accompanies each of our clients, from the moment they acquire the equipment, are trained, and begin their business career in the world of electrostimulation.
If you want to start and specialize in the world of electrostimulation, whether in the field of sport, health or aesthetic, ask for information about i-motion Club.
I-motion one of the world leaders in wireless EMS and present in more than 50 countries.
The demand for coach electrostimulation is increasing every day, which is the reason because our family of EMS Trainer and I-motion clubs is on the rise, growing all over the world. More and more coaches are choosing electrostimulation as a way to improve their results and offer an advanced technology service.
Today we introduce you to Angelique Tedesco, who has joined us as EMS Personal Trainer and I-motion brand ambassador for France. Angelique, as a commercial representative of our brand, will perform demonstrations of our products, trainings, and sales.
To be trained as an I-motion electrostimulation coach, she has visited our headquarters in Madrid. This is a summary about Angelique and her visit to Spain.
Presenting Angelique Tedesco:
Angelique is a coach graduated in nutrition and in electrostimulation (EMS)
Her goal is the well-being of her client thanks to personalized training.
Why she recommend Electrostimulation?
The goal of electrostimulation is to reproduce the process of a contraction
voluntary muscle from electric pulses by electrodes. This method is often used for rehabilitation by the physiotherapists. It consists of the emission of electrical impulses to the muscles just as our own organism does through the different cells of our body.
A session of 20 minutes equivalent to 4 hours of muscle contraction.
Advantages of electro stimulation:
- Increases energy
- Helps lose weight
- Increases strength
- Combats stress
- Improves circulation
- Prevents injuries
- Reduces the BMI
- Improves the health of your back
- Increases lung capacity
- Strengthens the pelvic floor
- Strengthens the abdomen
- Tones the Buttocks
The material used is of last generation and wireless, it is an asset because the session can be organized either outside or at home.
Working of course, with all health precautions related to Covid-19.
The targeted people are those who want fast results and do not have the time or don’t like to go to the gym sport.
One session per week is sufficient. Two persons can be coached at the same time (couple, friends, girlfriends).
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Is there a solution on the market that acts specifically on the “orange peel skin” effect?
The answer is yes. Technological advances in the field of muscular electrostimulation have made it possible to develop devices and programs that allow a fast and significant reduction of cellulite. .
→ Electrostimulation, for a localized action
Cellulite is a physiological variation of fat distribution. It refers exclusively to women and is found in the hypodermis of the thighs, buttocks and hips. Therefore, to act specifically on cellulite, it is necessary to have a specific action in these areas.
Muscle electrostimulation is a method that consists of sending electrical impulses directly to the muscles to force their contraction and strengthen the fibers, making it possible to target specific areas of the body by placing electrodes in these strategic places.
→ Eliminate cellulite with electrostimulation
Working specifically in areas where cellulite is concentrated is a good start. But for effective action, it is necessary to use an adapted technique. By acting directly on the muscles, electrostimulation has the effect of strengthening and toning them. –
– Also, I-motion, one of the world leaders in wireless EMS, after several studies on real cases has developed a program specifically dedicated to cellulite reduction. An innovative program designed by engineers specialized in the design and manufacture of medical devices. This new approach positions i-motion as a company as a competitor in the field of muscle electrostimulation.
The anti-cellulite program developed by i-motion has been studied to treat skin laxity, tissue flaccidity, heartburn and orange peel skin. Focused on calorie burning, it triggers an immediate metabolic activation that has the effect of eliminating fat and acting against water retention for fast and long term results. –
→ Electrostimulation in beauty centers
Already widely used in sports centers, especially for weight loss and muscle strengthening, electrostimulation is gaining ground in health and beauty centers. In beauty centers, muscle electrostimulation is used in particular to lose weight, sculpt the silhouette and improve well-being.
Managers of beauty centers are discovering an ideal solution to optimize time and space, build customer loyalty, attract new customers and stand out from the competition . –
To discover all the advantages of electrostimulation in the beauty sector, ask for more information.
At I-motion our obsession with R&D is our motivation and vision. That’s the reason why we work hard every day to research, test and launch ever more advanced of our equipment, in order to adapt to our customers’ needs, so that the use of I-motion equipment is increasingly optimal and simple.
Today we present you the last generation WCM wireless communication module:
This is our wireless communication module, which offers you most comfortable as it is most compact, smaller and sideways positioned.
.16 hours autonomy
Like the previous version, the new WCM continues to offer wireless technology via Bluetooth, which reaches a radius of up to 100 meters and has an anti-breakage communication security system, guaranteeing that communication between devices is never lost.
How to place:
If you currently have the previous WCM, and want to change to the New Generation version, contact us, we already an offer ready for you to be up to date with the new version of the wireless module.
I-motion EMS electro-stimulators stimulate muscle fibers (unlike TENS electro-stimulators, which focus on nerve fibers), producing currents whose intensity can be adjusted to the needs of each patient. This technology makes it possible to obtain a contraction of the muscle to be treated using a wide variety of electrical stimulation and a wide range of frequency and amplitude variations to produce the type of current that each patient needs. In this way, the physiotherapist defines the exact sequential pulse to generate a motor response.
Electrostimulation in rehabilitation: uses and benefits
Electrostimulation in rehabilitation to relieve pain
One of the main uses of electrostimulation therapy devices in rehabilitation is its use to minimize and relieve pain. There are specific programs for this purpose, although the professional can also determine the specific personalized programming that he considers appropriate for each case with the electrodes connected to the corresponding muscular zone.
This analgesic use is key when using electrostimulation for rehabilitative purposes. It allows the patient to gain in quality of life improving his well-being. And it allows him to perform activities that pain prevented him from carrying out. Among them, there may be some physical exercises appropriate for rehabilitation that would otherwise be very painful to perform.
The electrostimulation for pain relief, depending on the type of injury or problem, can be applied in a very specific area or at general level in large areas of the body. Each personal case will recommend one or the other use.
Stimulation of paralyzed muscles and prevention of muscle atrophy
Stimulation of paralyzed muscles is one of the most relevant uses of electrostimulation in rehabilitation. The proper use of electrostimulation device allows both the prevention and the treatment of muscle atrophy.
When an injury prevents movement, the muscles involved in such injury are not used, or at least not with their own mechanical activation, and run the risk of atrophy. To avoid this problem these devices execute the appropriate stimulation of paralyzed or unused muscles. In this way electrostimulation in rehabilitation allows these muscles to work without the need for the individual to move them autonomously.
All this allows:
–Avoid more severe damages. That is to say, it avoids adding to the injuries problems of atrophied muscles due to the lack of use and the chaining of problems to other areas of the musculature..
–Reduce the patient’s recovery time. This benefit of electrostimulation in rehabilitation is essential to improve the patient’s well-being. This is achieved because the muscles will not have atrophied.
–Avoid problems of bad postures that the patient can take to avoid pain in the injured area. This allows to prevent the appearance of other chained injuries and will improve the patient quality of life.
Local electrostimulation in rehabilitation
This allows to work specifically certain muscles in order to help reduce the loss of muscle mass and contributes to the recovery of mass and volume as appropriate. All of this can accomplished without putting stress on damaged muscles that need to rest and recover.
Increase in muscle strength and stability
Another usefulness of electrostimulation in rehabilitation is the increase in muscle strength and stability. This is essential to return to the musculature the strength and stability that a healthy body requires and allows to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle.
The proper use of the electrostimulator on the muscles allows exercise them. But not in any way, but with the great added advantage of being able to provide adequate muscle stimulation in a short time, thus reducing the time necessary for the muscles to be stable and strengthened after the injury.
Doing this work without the use of an electrostimulator is much slower and requires longer and more expensive work sessions for the patient. For this reason, it is one of the main applications of electrostimulation in rehabilitation.
Achieving muscle enhancement in a relatively short space of time is another of the main advantages of electrostimulation in rehabilitation. Although each case must be reviewed in a personalized way, as a rule this is usually the final step of a rehabilitation process after an injury or accident.
The main reason to include muscle enhancement in a rehabilitation process is to provide the patient with greater physical strength and recovery of adequate muscle mass. This will allow him to improve his well-being and minimize the risk of subsequent injuries.
In the case of athletes, this muscular potentiation is the key for their body to return to the state of physical form prior to the injury.
Correction of muscle imbalances
A very relevant and frequent use of electrostimulation in rehabilitation is the correction of the imbalance between different muscle groups. This imbalance can be both the result of an injury and the cause of it, depending on the case.
Correcting the imbalance between muscle groups by specifically empowering, developing and strengthening muscles that are weakest is essential for the patient. Achieving optimal muscle balance will help improve body and physical shape. And not only that, it will also allow to reduce the risk of new injuries due to this problem.
You see, electrostimulation in rehabilitation has many applications and is key to helping the patient’s recovery well-being and quality of life. This help can be provided through one or more of the mentioned issues, depending on the specific case. Evaluate the functionality that a fitness electrical muscle stimulation devices of imotion-ems.com can provide in this regard to help your patients.
i-motion EMS Software advantages:
i-motion EMS Software
Our Pro software features 20 preset programs plus 6 experts.
Contractures are produced by an involuntary contraction due to an excess of tone, lasting or permanent, of one or several muscle groups, which keeps the affected part in a vicious position and is difficult or impossible to correct by passive movements. This program will give an immediate response to this pathology, which generally presents itself with pain.
With a frequency of 7Hz and a pulse width of 350 microseconds. This program is focused on obtaining metabolic benefits, having a higher pulse width is more directed towards men or women who seek to perform a deeper and more intense work. In both cases we work continuously.
Our software has the expert mode, 6 fully configurable expert programs designed for professional profiles with experience in the health sector, the use of chronaxies and training parameters makes the program ideal to adapt to the needs of patients.
The canons of female beauty in the last century have evolved.
The concept of beauty in women has changed over the centuries and considerably in recent years. In the 60s, youth movements and feminism produced a change for canons of beauty. Fashion at that time called for a slimmer body, with a flat stomach and narrow hips, so there was a general trend to lose weight.
The stereotype of a woman of the time describes a woman with long legs, short hair, and eyes with false eyelashes. In the 70s, the sexual and social revolution continues. It is a decade where the cult of the body takes on particular importance. The penchant for losing weight remains, and curves are back in fashion. Women carded their hair, do not wear bras, and they liked to tan.
The 80s are years of excess and originality. It is the age of lion hair, and shoulder pads and high heels. There was enthusiasm for fitness in the world. High hip lines in swimsuits and bikinis marked the beginning of the Brazilian wax.
In the 90s, the female prototype is a prototype of athletic and slim bodies (but not excessively). Jennifer Aniston’s haircut on “Friends” becomes popular. This model lives with figures of slim girls with thin arms and legs, pale skin, and prominent clavicles. With the arrival of the new century, the trend of an athletic body where the abs are visible resurfaces, giving rise to personal trainers’ era, and the proliferation of diets. When these do not work as desired, operations occur aesthetic, and they appear the procedures to rescue hidden beauty through non-invasive techniques.
Since 2010, aesthetics affects both men and women equally, we all adapt to current fashion and beauty. A type of woman with a slender figure, strong arms, and large buttocks is the stereotype that predominates in the last decade.
Trends in body esthetics.
According to some recent studies, body aesthetics is the main reason many women move into the world of physical exercise, far above health, fitness, or pleasure.
Perhaps the interest in having a sculpted, toned body and a cared face has a close correlation with showing yourself to the world on social networks. In aesthetic centers, body contouring and fat reduction are two of the most requested treatments. The demand for liposuction has increased, but the need for non-invasive treatments is currently exceeding cosmetic surgery in all groups’ demographics.
The current trend in women is to maintain a healthy lifestyle along with the incorporation of non-invasive treatments. The search for naturalness, micro-touches, and personalized techniques seems to be the winning trend for some time now.
Electromagnetism within esthetic medicine.
One of the areas of non-invasive aesthetic medicine is electromagnetism. This technique use frequently in medical treatments such as wound healing, nerve and muscle pain relief, and regeneration of skeletal muscle tissue.
At present, these techniques are already working in the world of aesthetics, as a non-invasive technology (non-surgical procedures) with visible results for the patient or client in a few weeks.
Electromagnetic energy absorption can be more effective than electrostimulation (in some cases), which works at a more superficial level. Electromagnetic waves penetrate to a deeper level. Acting more deeply in the tissues allows us to develop the muscles and eliminate excess fat in a few sessions. We are facing a technique that remodels the body from the inside out.
It should be clear that these techniques allow us to improve at the muscular level and tone our bodies. Even so, we do not achieve the advantages that sport offers us at a cardiovascular, metabolic, and psycho-emotional level.
In other articles, we have already analyzed one of the main concerns that women who visit an aesthetic medical center have, and that is cellulite. The problem that develops mainly in women, as we all know, come by genetic and hormonal factors and low blood circulation, making fat deposits more visible. Most women will experience cellulite at some point in their life. Incorporating electromagnetism sessions into the working hours of a modern day woman will allow her to reduce cellulite and tighten the skin in a non-invasive way.
According to some experts, the results are visible after three weeks, with only two sessions. Of course, in general, between four and six sessions are necessary, with intervals of 15 days between each one, to achieve a full effect. Besides, with this practice, you strengthen the internal muscles of the abdomen, reducing fat deposits. Moreover, if you work your glutes, they get stronger and lift.
I-sculpt FMS is a device that, through high-intensity electromagnetic radiation, manages to reduce fat (visceral fat by 22%) and is the only one capable of generating muscle by 18%. In just four sessions, mark abs and forcefully lift buttocks. Our device provides these benefits to clients or patients of a clinic. What does I-sculpt provide in beauty centers, aesthetic clinics, aesthetic medicine centers, or beauty salons? Can the outlay incorporate this new device be a risky investment? What profitability does it generate for clinics?
Having a device like I-sculpt FMS in your clinic will allow you to offer your patients complementary treatments with visible results in very few sessions. They will talk it with their friends and family. The best publicity for your excellent work with I-sculpt is to have your patients satisfied and happy with the results obtained.
After the purchase of the device and the personnel’s training, both in use and the benefits that this technology offers to its customers, you only have to present this new service to your current and potential customers. You can run an email campaign to invite current patients, former patients, friends, and family to launch this new clinical service.
The future is bright for aesthetic professionals who incorporate I-sculpt FMS into their esthetic clinics or beauty centers. Coming soon, we will announce the release of I-sculpt FMS to the market. It is the right time
to request information and be among the first to incorporate this new technology.
I-Motion Thess EMS celebrates its first successful year as an official member of Imotion Club Greece in the Central and North part of Greece.
We own an 100m2 personal and small group studio based in Thessaloniki city where our athletes enjoy their training in a luxurious way.
Our experienced trainers specializing in use of i-motion ems software provide an evolutionary fitness program tailored to the needs of each of our athletes.
Additionally, the I-MotionThess collaborates with a graduate nutritionist who in combination with fat measurement gives to those who are interested diets that are perfectly in line with their needs and habits.
We also have a special cooperation with an exceptional physiotherapist for extra recovery needs.
The marketing department of I-MotionThess organized on July of 9th an outdoor event for celebrating the first year of our operation. Some of our existing athletes or other who were interested to join us had the opportunity to do group training and i-motion ems training in a beautiful foresty area near the city.
Outdoor training is a new kind of training that we just added to our gym routine. We are the first fitness center in Thessaloniki city who began outdoor trainings combining them with electrostimulation. The wireless i-motion ems contributed a lot in this project and differentiated us from the competition.
This first year of operation was a challenge accepted for I-MotionThess. We succeded by training people with imotion elctrostimulation and finally creating huge fans of it. Once they begin it they stay on it.
We strongly adapt our moto: One Team One Goal: Together we ‘ll make the difference!
Panos Moutousidis – Owner Imotion Thess EMS:
I am proud of being the owner of Imotion Thess and belonging in Imotion Club. There is a high level of satisfaction based in the fruitful and expanding cooperation with i-motion company. The fact that we use the evolutionary imotion training make our members feel really enthousiastic by the results that they see.
Vicky Moskofopoulou – Imotion Thess EMS athlete:
An excellent gym that meets the needs of even the most demanding client. Fully trained staff and organized neat space. It’s worth a try to understand that the right job is done from the very first time.
Electrostimulation is not only very popular with athletes; it is also very popular with physical therapists. We can study electro stimulation in a physiotherapy degree. This technique helps to the physiotherapist to improve and prevent a lot of injuries and pathologies.
Electrostimulation from treatment to prevention.
The main advantage of electrostimulation is its great versatility. There are two types of body tissues: muscle tissues and connective tissues (nerves). The electrotherapy sends electrical impulses through electrodes placed on the skin. For the muscle fibers, we will use an EMS electro stimulator for tone and enhance the muscles, and if we want to reduce pain, we must use the TENS electro stimulator technique.
The treatment of different injures or pathologies with electrostimulation allows relieving acute or chronic pain, retrain muscle functions, and prevent new cases in the future. We have scientific results of directs benefits of this technique, especially for treating back or in the rehabilitation processes of knee injuries.
Electrical stimulation, evolution, and training
To adapt treatment and patient care, the physical therapist can use the EMS or TENS technique, choose the frequency and power of the electrical impulses, and vary the electrodes’ placement. This technique taught in physiotherapy undergraduate courses has evolved significantly in recent years, thanks to technological advances and the improvement of programs and protocols.
As with sports trainers who use a training method that incorporates muscle electrostimulation, we recommend that health professionals receive regular preparation. Manufacturers of electro-stimulators can offer specific training adapted to their technology (“i-motion, the ideal partner to start a business”).
I-motion electro stimulator, the solution adapted to physical therapy practices.
The electrotherapy is a common practice and integrated into the various physiotherapy protocols.
Its operational implementation is evolving, progressing, and allowing better adaptation to the limitations of the methods. In particular, EMS wireless electrical stimulation simplifies use and improves patient autonomy. I-motion, the world leader in the sector, has developed electrostimulation devices that offer programs that adapt to each patient’s specific needs, simultaneously and painlessly mobilizing up to 300 muscles. Our teams have wireless technology with a range of up to 100 meters, creating an unlimited number of patients.
Experienced engineers, specialized in the design and manufacture of medical devices, develop our solution. Made in Spain, this technology has KTC certificates, the CE certificate approved by SGS, and the Invima quality management certificate that guarantees the quality of the products and their innovative character.
If you want to discover the applications and advantages of electrostimulation in the health sector, visit our page: Health Sector.
Many athletes get used to a routine, but there comes a time when they want to change and improve their performance in the gym. They ask their coaches for advice to find the most appropriate method for their interests and increase their motivation through a personal training. They are looking for something motivating that will allow them to get visible results as soon as possible.
For this reason, many personal trainers and physical trainers consider investing in electrostimulation equipment, a technique based on exercise through sequential impulses generated in a device and applied in the body through electrodes. This type of technique can be used in a personalized way in gyms to improve the performance of athletes.
Do you want to know how? Join us!
Personal training with EMS
At i-motion, we have the most advanced electrostimulation equipment on the market, and it is based on wireless technology. This is one of its great added values, as it allows to offer group classes anywhere and adapt the sessions to each member of the group. In this way, the equipment can be initially adjusted so that it then automatically does so with the intensity parameters in the different programs of each training protocol.
The coach will guarantee the personalized sessions, safe and adapted to each athlete, and all trainers will be able to carry out both group and multigroup sessions.
Are you ready to optimize your personal workouts? With i-motion, you can exercise more than 300 muscles thanks to the effective EMS programs.
Advantages of i-motion in group training
First, the trainer or physical trainer will not have to be aware of changing the exercises in each user, but at the same time, you can change all parameters at one thanks to the Smart EMS Software.
Some gyms and professionals around the world already use the EMS device from imotion-ems.com to make the most of their personal training sessions and help athletes achieve the proposed goals in less time. i-motion has traveled countries around the world to present the benefits of technology and test it with real customers.
- They can make sure the session will be a success. Whether the training is group or multi-group, success will be individual. If one of the participants leaves the training or decides to rest, this will not affect the other users.
- There is no limit of participants, so you can train different users at the same time, as well as earn more customers without investing more time than necessary.
- Different exercises can be combined with machines (i-motion Wireless) and combine EMS training styles and programs.
- Users will not feel uncomfortable at any time, as the i-motion suit, known as Bio-Jacket, allows you to do intense exercises with total comfort and freedom of movement.
Do you have any doubts? Ask us everything you need; we can help you improve your training sessions.
Electrical muscle stimulation helps your well-being
On several occasions, we have shared with you the advantages and possibilities of electrostimulation in the health, sport and aesthetics sectors to achieve specific purposes (toning the abdomen, relieving the pain of a knee injury, improving the performance in swimming sports, etc.). However, EMS can also be used as a source of overall balance and well-being. It is what happens with regular sessions, which cause a positive effect on mood, stress-energy and quality of life.
Gyms in times of technology
Beyond the economic benefits of electrostimulation in gyms and specialized sports centers, we must look at the technological side. In times of digitization, companies have no choice but to accept that digital transformation is vital to subsist on the market, and EMS is one of the tools that contribute to its reinvention.
Technologies are the main allies of entrepreneurs, personal trainers and users. Sports facilities are gradually taking the step towards transforming their business models. And in fitness, muscle electrostimulation becomes an ideal complement to offer more up-to-date products or services.
However, there are other options to bring gyms closer to digitization. For example, mobile apps, virtual classes, big data, wearables, trackers, cardio connectivity, etc. They are the symptoms of digital transformation.
As a result, they attract a younger target and facilitate the booking of training sessions online, which increases users. We are facing the revolution of a new business model with a lot of future. Technology has made it possible for gyms and other companies to become more and more productive in less time.
Are you ready to help athletes improve their fitness? Do you need to develop a more efficient personalized EMS training? How do you help them regain their muscles?
Empieza 2020 y sigue creciendo la demanda de electroestimuladores año tras año. La principal razón se encuentra en las ventajas que ofrecen equipos como i-motion (reduce el riesgo de lesiones, aumenta el rendimiento de deportistas, permite los entrenamientos grupales y multigrupales, etc.). El crecimiento de la demanda lo hemos visto a través del número de negocios específicos que ofrecen esta tecnología y en los gimnasios que la están incorporando.
La electroestimulación muscular ya ha sido adoptada por grandes deportistas de élite y es el protagonista del entrenamiento para los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio. La ciudad se prepara para recibir entre el 24 de julio y el 9 de agosto a los atletas que participarán en los 28 deportes de las Olimpiadas.
A lo largo de este post vamos a compartir contigo cuál es la presencia de la electroestimulación en los Juegos Olímpicos en la preparación de los deportistas para este evento deportivo, el más importante del mundo. ¿Nos acompañas?
EMS como método de entrenamiento y recuperación en los atletas olímpicos
2020 es un año prometedor. El mayor espectáculo deportivo del mundo volverá a Tokio este verano, reuniendo a millones de personas de todo el mundo. La antorcha vuelve a encenderse para recibir a los mejores atletas, y no podíamos obviar esta oportunidad para hablar de la electroestimulación como método de entrenamiento y recuperación.
Los Juegos Olímpicos solo tienen sitio para los mejores. Prepararse para llegar a la competición es un proceso largo y complejo que requiere un alto rendimiento. Incluso, en los días de competición, hay que estar preparado para recuperarse lo antes posible del esfuerzo que requieren deportes como la natación, el tenis o la gimnasia rítmica. Los equipos de electroestimulación en los Juegos Olímpicos se han convertido en una alternativa eficaz para estos deportistas por varias razones:
i-motion es el equipo que reúne todas estas características. ¡Y muchas más! Si quieres conocer más datos acerca del electroestimulador profesional de imotion-ems.com, que es el más avanzado en tecnología, contacta con nosotros.
El caso de Usain Bolt
Vamos a rememorar por un momento al ex atleta Usain Bolt. Este famoso jamaicano sufrió una rotura de grado 1 en el bíceps femoral de su pierna derecha en una de sus últimas competiciones en los 100 metros del campeonato de Jamaica. Estaba a pocos días de la celebración de los Juegos Olímpicos, así que podía perder su intervención, pero sus allegados estaban seguros de que el mejor velocista de la historia llegaría a Río de Janeiro en las mejores condiciones. ¡Y así fue!
Durante unos días, el deportista fue una duda constante y publicó en sus redes sociales el siguiente mensaje: “Después de sentir molestias en el tendón del bíceps femoral en la primera ronda y de nuevo en semifinales, fui examinado por el médico jefe del campeonato nacional y me diagnosticaron un desgarro de grado 1″.
Su recuperación y reducción de riesgos llegó con ayuda de trabajos de core y electroestimulación, combinados con su plan de entrenamiento habitual. Su recuperación fue poco después constatada para hacer frente a las 8 carreras que tenía en pocos días. Nadie se equivocó, ya que el atleta logró ganar de nuevo la medalla de oro en los 100 metros planos olímpicos en 9,81 segundos.
Breve resumen de la EMS en los deportistas olímpicos
Usain Bolt no es más que un solo ejemplo de todos los deportistas que se benefician de la electroestimulación muscular, bien para entrenar o bien para recuperarse de una lesión. En cualquier caso, ¡funciona! En i-motion trabajamos a diario para mejorar las características de nuestro equipo, y aunque ya somos el único equipo EMS inalámbrico, todavía nos quedan muchos retos por afrontar.
El entrenamiento y la prevención de lesiones son dos bases fundamentales en los deportistas, y la electroestimulación muscular ya ha sido catalogada como una técnica preventiva. Los deportistas experimentados saben que este método les permite reducir el riesgo de lesiones antes y después de sus esfuerzos intensos.
Ahora que se acercan las próximas Olimpiadas y el mayor evento deportivo vuelve a Tokio, es el momento de prestar atención a las técnicas de entrenamiento que se están utilizando con los deportistas. Recuerda que la mejor forma de llevarlo a cabo es combinando el ejercicio físico con el electrofitness, ya que su aplicación por sí sola no generará resultados.
No nos encontramos ante una técnica milagrosa, sino ante un método de entrenamiento completo que permite sacar el máximo provecho a nuestras capacidades y ayuda a mejorar el rendimiento general y específico. Utilizándola de manera adecuada, la electroestimulación en los Juegos Olímpicos puede impulsar a los deportistas al oro.
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