An all-new technology to work all the muscles sequentially, this training works on antagonist muscles. This way, the direction of the blood movement and order of contractions during lymphatic drainage can be decided in accordance with the desired goal in a specific area.
Would you like to focus your training
on a certain muscular area?
EMS sequential pulses help control the order of contractions for an all-new way to work the agonist and antagonist muscles.
They are also ideal for lymphatic circulatory systems as the direction of blood flow drainage to the desired area can be controlled through directional massage sequences.
This technological innovation offers an all-new method for training as an alternative to general active EMS.
Electrical stimulation sessions are much more precise with EMS sequential pulses.
Why? Because they transfer electrical stimulation in an organised manner through the muscle groups to be worked on, irrespective of the exercise done.
They can be programmed via the 26 programmes offered by the i-motion system using the 5 pre-set sequences.
What are the benefits of EMS sequential pulses?
Fewer injuries, less muscle and psychological fatigue and more technical work. Plus, they enable trainers to better structure programmes since they adapt perfectly to the kinetic changes of each exercise.
EMS sequential pulses can be used for all sport disciplines with the proper contraction and rest times for each type.
Try it with i-motion!
Training sessions can be done with the 6 strength programmes to improve strength, explosive power and muscular endurance.
This tool can be used with different types of machines and training:
- Plyometric exercises with or without weights
- Aerobic and anaerobic training
- Open kinetic chain machines
- Closed kinetic chain exercises
i-motion cardio programmes
Aerobic improvement training can also be done with the 10 cardio programmes. There are different options to change the pace with larger-sized muscle groups for more thrust and, therefore, less fatigue under highly intense training conditions.
Plus, you can do
the following types of training:
- Extensive intervals
- Intensive intervals
- Cardio training
- Functional training