Electromagnetic Muscle Trainer & Fat Reduction
This cutting-edge procedure effectively targets both muscle and fat, delivering exceptional results.
Experience the transformative power of our innovative treatment today!
Non-invasive body contouring has gained tremendous popularity in recent times, as surgical procedures like liposuction continue to be on the rise.
Thanks to technological advancements, individuals now have access to non-surgical alternatives that are not only more affordable but also less painful.
Traditionally, non-invasive body contouring primarily focused on fat reduction. Current available treatments include cryolipolysis (commonly known as fat freezing), radiofrequency (RF), and high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU).
These cutting-edge procedures offer effective solutions for achieving desired body shape without the need for invasive surgery.
HI-EMT, also known as electromagnetic muscle trainer or magnetic muscle stimulation, is an innovative non-invasive body contouring treatment.
Unlike traditional methods that solely target fat, HI-EMT Suffolk focuses on strengthening the muscles.
While fat typically accounts for about 25% of total body weight, muscles make up a larger proportion (42% in males and 36% in females).
Consequently, the condition of one’s muscles plays a vital role in defining overall aesthetic appearance, sometimes even more than fat.
We all aspire to have more muscle and less fat for an improved physique. Make your training count – achieve the body you deserve with one treatment – 2 outcomes!
HI-EMT Suffolk is a remarkable technique for targeting and strengthening specific muscle groups. It effectively works on the abdominal muscles, gluteal muscles in the buttocks, as well as the muscles in the thighs and shoulders.
Studies have shown impressive results, with almost a 16% increase in muscle size in the abdomen.
Furthermore, a full course of treatment has consistently led to increased abdominal mass growth in up to 95% of patients.
The satisfaction levels for this treatment, across all muscle groups, are exceptionally high, particularly in the buttock region.
How does HI-EMT work?
Electromagnetic muscle stimulation is a proven and established energy-based treatment.
It offers a safe and effective solution for both musculoskeletal conditions and resistance training.
Traditionally, physical workouts have been the sole means to strengthen core muscle groups.
However, with advanced HI-EMT technology, a single 30-minute session can generate nearly 20,000 pulses – equivalent to over 10,000 sit-ups!
These pulses effectively stimulate nerves, triggering supramaximal muscle contractions that surpass the limits of regular exercise.
This leads to muscle adaptation, resulting in increased thickness and strength.
Furthermore, the muscles become more resistant, robust, and experience significant growth.
Yes! Research on high intensity muscle training has shown that a fat destroying (lipolytic) reaction takes place in fat lying next to contracting muscle.
HI-EMT treatment has been found to simultaneously affect the subcutaneous fat as well as muscle by boosting fat metabolism in a similar manner.
Scans of patients following HI-EMT treatment have found reductions in fat as well as increases in muscle size.
These changes in fat reduction are long lasting as long as the patient maintains their weight with good diet and regular exercise.
Studies have shown on average 19% reduction in fat along with 15% increase in muscles around the tummy.
HI-EMT Suffolk FAQs
Who is the ideal candidate for HI-EMT?
HI-EMT is suitable for both men and women, offering exceptional benefits in muscle building and fat reduction.
It is most effective for individuals with a BMI ranging from 19 to 30.
Studies indicate higher satisfaction levels among patients with a higher BMI, although the effects are more visibly pronounced in slimmer patients.
The electromagnetic pulses have a travel range of approximately 6 to 7 cm.
Individuals with fat exceeding 3.5 cm do not tend to receive as much benefit.
Additionally, HI-EMT proves beneficial for women who have experienced rectus diastasis, a condition characterized by the separation of abdominal muscles.
It is also highly recommended for those dealing with joint conditions like rheumatoid arthritis or chronic fatigue syndrome, as it enables muscle toning and strengthening without exerting excessive pressure on the joints.
Does HI-EMT cause discomfort and require downtime?
HI-EMT typically involves minimal discomfort. By the 2nd or 3rd session, most patients can comfortably tolerate up to 100% power without any issues.
Discomfort following the treatment is also minimal, and there is no associated downtime.
Patients can resume their normal activities immediately.
How long do the results of HI-EMT last?
With proper diet maintenance and weight management, the visual effects of HI-EMT treatment can be well-preserved.
Studies have demonstrated that muscle size and strength can remain increased even after a year of receiving HI-EMT treatment.
This contrasts with EMS where the effects are only temporary.
How many treatments are recommended?
At LA LIPO Suffolk, we recommend treatment packages of 4 or 8 sessions per muscle group.
These sessions are typically scheduled once a week and last for 30 minutes.
Following the initial intensive sessions, it is advised to undergo a single maintenance session every month to further strengthen, tone, and maintain the achieved results.
Can HI-EMT replace exercise?
While HI-EMT is a remarkable approach for intensive muscle building, strengthening, and toning, it does not substitute regular exercise.
The benefits of regular exercise extend beyond strength enhancement.
Physical exercise not only maintains cardiovascular fitness but also decreases the risk of common medical conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure.
Furthermore, the release of endorphins during exercise contributes to mental well-being.
Nevertheless, HI-EMT is an excellent alternative for individuals who are unable to engage in physical exercise due to joint pain, injuries, or lack of energy.