Rechargeable Smart Fitness Device (Exclusive Patent)

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Rechargeable Smart Fitness Device (Exclusive Patent)

What our customers say

“My abdomen used to be my “hidden pain” and I was always looking for a way to improve it, but time always seemed to be of the essence. Then I tried ElectroEase Smart Fitness Appliance and it was a life-changing shock! With just a little time each day, my belly began to growl as if it had rediscovered its vitality. My skin followed suit and I felt rejuvenated. The best part is that this amazing device can be used not only on the abdomen, but anywhere on the body, even in the bedroom, living room or office where it can be easily maneuvered. It has created the opportunity for me to make a difference, no matter how rushed for time I am.”
Kelly Courtney, 36, Tulsa, California


“At one time, I was plagued with hip problems that felt like it wasn’t strong enough and almost made me despair. However, since I started using ElectroEase Smart Fitness Apparatus, my glute story has reversed dramatically. This device can be used not only on the buttocks but can easily be applied anywhere on the body. Every day I use it on a different part of my body, but my glutes are the focal point of my workouts that I love the most. After a few weeks of working out, I noticeably feel a firmer and more toned butt. Best of all, the portability of this smart device allows me to use it anywhere, anytime, no longer worrying about time and place.”
Marcus Sinfield, 29, Atlantic City, NJ

About the ElectroEase Smart Fitness Device

“Rapidly Burns Belly Fat…”

The next generation in muscle building and fat burning has finally arrived…

The Science Behind It

What is ElectroEase – The EMS Smart Fitness Device

Our daily activities heavily depend on muscle movement, a process orchestrated by the brain through electrical impulses transmitted via the nervous system. ElectroEase™, an advanced EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) Smart Fitness Device, takes these natural electrical signals and enhances them, guaranteeing efficient and secure exercise results. It specifically targets deep muscle layers and fibers that are typically challenging to engage with conventional exercise techniques. ElectroEase accomplishes this effectiveness through two unique approaches.

Firstly

Engages Your Entire Muscle

ElectroEase™ EMS Smart Fitness Device uniquely engages your entire muscle, encouraging the recruitment of deeper and complementary muscles that are often left untouched during traditional exercise routines. The microcurrent produced by the ElectroEase™ EMS system has a distinct impact on cell membranes, positively influencing cellular metabolism. This improved circulation enables cells to efficiently absorb nutrients and oxygen, promoting their regeneration.

 

Secondly

Addressing Muscle Fiber Types

Muscles are composed of both slow-twitch and fast-twitch fibers. Slow-twitch fibers are typically involved in endurance activities like walking and cycling, being the first to be activated during such exercises. Conversely, fast-twitch fibers are crucial for quick, powerful movements such as jumping and sprinting. However, these fast-twitch fibers are more difficult to engage through conventional workouts. The ElectroEase™ EMS technology is specifically engineered to stimulate these elusive fast-twitch fibers, thus enhancing the efficacy of workouts for muscle growth and strength development. This targeted approach ensures a comprehensive and effective exercise regimen.

ElectroEase Smart Fitness Device: Powerful Multifunctionality

The ElectroEase Smart Fitness Device offers rapid strengthening of abdominal muscles, weight loss, and the ability to alleviate lower back pain during workouts. With 12 modes, 19 intensity levels, and 114 speed options, it caters to various exercise needs. Whether you want to enhance abdominal muscles, shed pounds, or relieve lower back pain, ElectroEase meets your requirements, providing exceptional versatility.

Scientific Resources:

  1.  Dupuy, Olivier; Douzi, Wafa; Theurot, Dimitri; Bosquet, Laurent; Dugué, Benoit (2018). . Frontiers in Physiology9: 403. :.  .  .  .
  2.  Zatsiorsky, Vladimir; Kraemer, William (2006). “Experimental Methods of Strength Training”. Science and Practice of Strength Training. Human Kinetics. pp. 132–133. ISBN 978-0-7360-5628-1.
  3. ^ Examples of peer-reviewed research articles attesting increased muscular performance by utilizing EMS:[improper synthesis?]
  4. ^ FDA Guidance Document for Powered Muscle Stimulator, standard indications for use, page 4; contraindications, p. 7; warnings and precautions, p. 8. Product code: NGX
  5. ^ Gondin, Julien; Cozzone, Patrick J.; Bendahan, David (2011). “Is high-frequency neuromuscular electrical stimulation a suitable tool for muscle performance improvement in both healthy humans and athletes?”. European Journal of Applied Physiology111 (10): 2473–2487. doi:10.1007/s00421-011-2101-2. PMID 21909714. S2CID 1110395.
  6. ^ Babault, Nicolas; Cometti, Carole; Maffiuletti, Nicola A.; Deley, Gaëlle (2011). “Does electrical stimulation enhance post-exercise performance recovery?”. European Journal of Applied Physiology111 (10): 2501–2507. doi:10.1007/s00421-011-2117-7. PMID 21847574. S2CID 606457.
  7. ^ Babault, Nicolas; Cometti, Gilles; Bernardin, Michel; Pousson, Michel; Chatard, Jean-Claude (2007). “Effects of Electromyostimulation Training on Muscle Strength and Power of Elite Rugby Players”. The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research21 (2): 431–437. doi:10.1519/R-19365.1. PMID 17530954. S2CID 948463.
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