Let’s be honest: most of us come to EMS training because we want to look good,
tone up, lose weight, gain muscle or reduce appearance of cellulite. With conventional training, it takes a long time, not to mention effort to achieve the results we want.
How we eat before, during, and after exercise can effect how well we perform. It’s no secret that eating well can help us to train better, recover more quickly and look better.
EMS training diet needs the right balance of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins: these are even more important if we like to workout on a regular basis. If we exercise with an EMS workout, our body is working twice as hard in half the time, so keeping our energy levels up before and after a workout is vital.Ideally, we should eat a meal containing carbohydrates 3-4 hours before exercising to increase our blood glucose and glycogen levels. For the high-level workout that EMS provides, having a small snack 1-2 hours before can also be a good idea. We’ll feel full of energy and ready to put our body through its paces as we work hard to get to the fitness level we desire.
EMS is not only good for our fitness and wellbeing, but is also great for our digestion.A good workout can help eradicate digestive problems, and keeps our system working as it should.
Regular EMS workouts combined with a healthy diet will have us looking and feeling fantastic, inside and out