Pilates vs. EMS


Bioelectric fitness has been transforming fitness around the world

According to the latest statistics provided by EMS manufacturers over 5,500 hundred EMS devices have been deployed across Germany alone. Brazil, Italy, France, and to name just a few countries swept by the electro-fitness revolution have adopted professional Electrical Muscle Stimulation. Following FDA clearance in late 2019 United States has been gradually catching up to the new standard in physical training.
Whole-Body EMS technology has many applications, including physical therapy, exercise, performance enhancement, and anti-aging. Such versatility and effectiveness led many to think of bioelectric fitness as the next evolutionary phase of the traditional Pilates systems. Whole Body EMS offers low-impact high-resistance training at a fraction of the time required by all other comparable systems with even better results.
In what is referred to as “precision training” EMS coaches deliver resistance to individual muscles with unmatched precision and intensity. From changing body composition to chronic back pain management this new system is disrupting Pilate in particular, which is known to be a very technical, time-consuming, and in many cases quite expensive training method (single reformer sessions are $100 on average). Pilates requires discipline and significant investment, which are only possible for people who are looking for long-term commitment and lifestyle change. Pilates 2.0 with EMS has removed barriers making it accessible and most importantly affordable.
Bioelectric Fitness delivers even better results than traditional Pilates at fraction of the time and costs. Most importantly it requires no mindset change since it can be easily integrated into a daily routine. A person plugs in for up to 30 minutes twice a week, while experiencing an increase of energy as well as contentedness in body and mind.