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            How does HI-EMT work?


            LaserTell new technology EMSculpture muscle enhane system.The generated electromagnetic field penetrates the deep muscles of the abdomen and buttocks without injuring the skin.

            The muscles are stimulated to contract about 20,000 times in half an hour. And as strong as it is only possible for a short time only through strong exertion. One speaks here of a supramaximal muscle stimulation. This cannot be achieved even by very intensive athletic training, since muscle fibers relax during normal movement between the individual nerve impulses.

            Our brain is unable to send another pulse while the previous one is still in action. HI-MET technology circumvents this by generating high-frequency impulses that do not allow the muscle to relax. It’s like doing 20,000 sit-ups or squats in half an hour. This enormously increased muscle activity leads to the fact that the body forms new muscle fibers and myofibrils, the “components” of the fibers. Studies have shown that after four treatments with an interval of two to three days, an average muscle gain of about 16% was achieved.

            HI-MET technology can also reduce the “bacon layer” on the belly, where, in contrast to the buttocks, a breakdown of fatty tissue is usually also desired. The supramaximal muscle activity consumes very quickly and a lot of energy. Adrenaline is released more, which signals the body to provide even more energy. The fat cells in the treatment zone react and release more fatty acids.

            However, not all fat cells can withstand this sudden excess of fatty acids, so some die. Studies have shown that the HIMETtechnology can reduce fat on the stomach by an average of around 19%

            Post time: Dec-11-2020