Men across the country are discovering a new way to look their best, feel their best … and add definition and tone to their physique – all without missing a beat. Emsculpt, the only FDA-approved procedure to help people burn fat, build muscle and sculpt their bodies, is increasingly being used by men seeking the abs they always wanted, and a way to not only build, but strengthen, muscles both in their core and throughout their bodies.
Emsculpt uses High Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to cause intense contractions of the target muscle – inducing powerful muscle contractions not achievable through voluntary contractions. These strong contractions force the muscle tissue to adapt to such extreme conditions – responding with a deep remodeling of its inner structure that results in muscle building and sculpting of the body. Over the course of 30 minutes, patients experience over 20,000 of these contractions – which is the equivalent of doing 20,000 crunches or squats in a half hour. A first-of-its-kind treatment (other body contouring treatments only address fat and skin) Emsculpt is being embraced by men looking for a way to not only help build muscles, but which reduces fat – with studies showing that the fatty tissue layer can be reduced by up to 19% with four treatment sessions.
There are a number of reasons why more and more men are incorporating Emsculpt into their health and wellness plan. As a non-invasive treatment, there is literally no downtime after the procedure and men can resume their normal activities immediately after the treatment (a major advantage for men juggling busy work schedules and family commitments). And with its short treatment course (4 sessions) and proven benefits, men are being drawn to this proven way to achieve, and maintain, a leaner, stronger and more defined physique.
The procedure is popular with athletes, including helping to improve golfers’ swings by strengthening core muscles, glutes, quads and hamstrings. In addition, as an effective and quick way to strengthen muscle groups that have become weak due to an injury, Emsculpt is also increasingly being used to help patients recovering from sports injuries. And while Emsculpt doesn’t take the place of the gym and should be used along with a proper diet and exercise program, Emsculpt can help keep muscles tight in conjunction with a person’s normal workout routine.
So whether it’s that sculpted six-pack you’ve always wanted, or if you’re looking to strengthen your core to improve your golf game, consider adding Emsculpt to your health and fitness arsenal. Contact us today for a demonstration to learn more about this non-invasive muscle-sculpting treatment – and see why it’s quickly becoming one of man’s best friends.