Training principles applied to EMS training with EMS jacket

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Physical exercise can be defined as a planned and systematic implementation of different actions (training contents and training methods) for the long-term achievement of different objectives through sports subject to different laws (Hohmann, 2003). 

Muscular strength is generally determined by the physiological cross section of a muscle, the muscle fiber composition and innervations behavior such as recruitment and frequency

(Güllich & Schmidtbleicher, 1999 ; Hohmann, Lames & Letzelter, 2003).  

Thus, in addition to biological influencing factors such as genetics, the psychological and educational factors also play an important role. 

In order to achieve better results, they must adhere to the 4 general principles of training (WEINECK, 2003).


  • Principle of effective stimulation.

Training with EMS Revolution should be carried out in such a way that the stimulation program offered to the user complies with different characteristics, such as adequate personalization and intensity. The amount of stimulation needed depends on the physical condition level of the user.

  • Increasing overload principle.

The physiological adaptation produced by the training effect is of great importance. A progressive increase in load will achieve surprising results. This can be done with EMS Revolution, for example, by changing the intensities of the different preset programs.

  • Principle of overload changes.

The principle of load change can be realized through a modification in the selection of training exercises. Thus, the inexperienced user can start with isometric exercises and progress to dynamic exercises, preventing a stagnation of the physical condition caused by the monotony and similarity of the stimulus.

  • Principle of the optimal relationship between stress and recovery.

The user has to maintain an adequate recovery time. For instance, the ideal training frequency with EMS Revolution is 1 or 2 times per week and you only train 20 minutes.

  • The SAID principle.

Also known as the Specific Adaptations to Imposed Demands principle, it deals with 4 factors (stress, variation, energy and fitness attributes). If you can match physiological stress, training variation, energy involved and development of the fitness generators, the closer you are to enhance your performances. All those factors can be set up with EMS Revolution as you can increase and lower intensity and all your system is involved for the workout. 

  • Customization principle.

Every sports person needs to train based on its physical condition and objectives, that’s why we all need different programs that adapt to our abilities. This is possible with EMS Revolution because we provide a virtual trainer, you can modify intensity (loads in normal training) and you can enjoy different training programs according to your needs and objectives. 

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