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Fast Fit specializes in Electro Muscle Stimulation (EMS) training, a cutting-edge fitness technology that enhances workout efficiency and effectiveness. Their EMS training involves wearing a specialized suit that sends low-level electrical impulses to various muscle groups, simulating what they would experience during a traditional workout but in a much shorter time frame. This method not only accelerates muscle strengthening and toning but also significantly reduces the risk of joint strain, making it ideal for individuals of all fitness levels. Each session, guided by certified trainers, is tailored to individual fitness goals, whether it’s weight loss, muscle building, or improving overall fitness. Fast Fit’s EMS training is designed to deliver maximum results in minimal time, offering a modern solution for those seeking a time-efficient and impactful workout regimen.

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EMS BASIC

This workout is perfect for those who are new to EMS training. It is designed to help you adapt to the EMS world and build a foundation for more advanced workouts. Our experienced trainers will guide you through each exercise and ensure that you are using the correct form and technique.

EMS ADVANCED

Once you have completed the EMS Basic workout and feel ready to take your training to the next level, the EMS Advanced workout is perfect for you. This workout is designed to challenge you and help you increase your levels of training. You will work closely with your trainer to create a customized workout plan that is tailored to your individual needs.

EMS STAMINAUP

This workout is focused on increasing your stamina and endurance. It is perfect for athletes and anyone looking to improve their overall fitness levels. Our experienced trainers will guide you through each exercise and help you achieve your desired fitness results.

EMS MUSCLEUP

If you are looking to increase your skeletal muscle mass, the EMS MuscleUp workout is perfect for you.  Our experienced trainers will guide you through a variety of exercises that are designed to help you build and strengthen your muscles.

EMS FATGO

The EMS FatGo workout is designed to help you reduce unwanted fat and achieve a leaner, more toned body. Our experienced trainers will guide you through each exercise and help you achieve your desired fitness results.

EMS SUPERIMPOSED

The EMS Superimposed workout is specially designed for customers who are very well trained and are looking for an even more challenging workout. Our experienced trainers will guide you through each exercise and help you achieve your desired fitness results.

EMS CELLULITEGO

If you are looking to reduce cellulite and achieve a smoother, more toned body, the EMS CelluliteGo workout is perfect for you.
Our experienced trainers will guide you through each exercise and help you achieve your desired fitness results.

EMS POSTPARTUM

The EMS Postpartum workout is specially designed for women who have recently given birth and want to get back in shape.
Our experienced trainers will guide you through each exercise and help you achieve your desired fitness results in a safe and effective way.

FAST SHAPE DEVICE

The EMS Superimposed workout is specially designed for customers who are very well trained and are looking for an even more challenging workout. Our experienced trainers will guide you through each exercise and help you achieve your desired fitness results.

CAUTIONS

Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) training, while generally considered safe for most individuals, does have certain contraindications that should be taken into account. It’s important to note that individual health conditions can vary, and it’s recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new fitness program, especially one involving EMS. While there are studies examining the safety and efficacy of Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) training, the research on specific contraindications is limited, and the available evidence may vary. Contraindications for EMS are often based on theoretical considerations, practical experience, and analogies to related fields.Below are common absolute and relative contraindications associated with EMS training.While studies on the contraindications themselves might be sparse, research on the safety and efficacy of EMS training in general is more prevalent. Many studies focus on the physiological effects of EMS, such as muscle activation, strength gains, and potential applications in rehabilitation

Absolute Contradiction

Cardiac Pacemaker

EMS involves the use of electrical impulses to stimulate muscle contractions. Individuals with cardiac pacemakers may be at risk due to potential interference with the device’s functioning.
Studies have indicated that EMS training is generally safe for individuals without cardiac pacemakers. However, specific research on the impact of EMS on pacemakers may be limited.

Cardiovascular Diseases

People with severe cardiovascular diseases or a history of heart attacks may be at risk during EMS training, as it can place an additional load on the cardiovascular system.
Studies on the cardiovascular effects of EMS exist, but there may be limited data on individuals with severe cardiovascular diseases.

Seizure Disorders (Epilepsy)

EMS can trigger muscle contractions through electrical impulses, and individuals with seizure disorders may be at an increased risk of experiencing seizures during training. The potential for triggering seizures during EMS is a known concern, but comprehensive studies on this specific issue may be limited.

Pregnancy

While there’s limited evidence on the effects of EMS during pregnancy, it’s generally recommended to avoid it due to potential risks, especially during the first trimester. Research on EMS during pregnancy is relatively scarce, and caution is often advised due to potential unknown risks.

Severe Neurological Disorders

Individuals with severe neurological disorders, such as multiple sclerosis, may be more susceptible to adverse effects during EMS training. Limited research may be available on the safety and efficacy of EMS in individuals with severe neurological disorders.

Relative Contradiction

Skin Disorders or Injuries

EMS involves the placement of electrodes on the skin. Individuals with open wounds, skin infections, or dermatological conditions may experience discomfort or worsen their condition.

Metal Implants or Prosthesis

Metal implants may conduct electrical impulses differently, and individuals with extensive metal implants may experience discomfort or uneven stimulation.

Malignant Tumors or Cancer

While evidence is inconclusive, individuals with active cancer or malignant tumors may be advised to avoid EMS training due to concerns about increased blood flow to tumors.

Hernias

EMS-induced muscle contractions may exacerbate existing hernias or increase the risk of developing new ones.

Recent Surgery

Individuals who have recently undergone surgery may need to wait until they are fully healed before engaging in EMS training to avoid potential complications.

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