You’ll feel a difference after your first workout. As your body releases endorphins and most of your major muscle groups in your body have been activated, you will experience increased physical awareness. After a day or two, you’ll feel some muscle stiffness, which is normal and is indicative of your body’s recovery process. Within a period of about 4 weeks, you’ll feel stronger and different muscles will improve to coordinate movements more effectively. After about 6 to 8 sessions (6 to 8 weeks) you will feel and see a visible difference from the training in the form of gradually increased muscle formation and a possible reduction in body fat (depending on your diet). EMS training should be done regularly to ensure and maintain optimal results.

No, any type of physical training is an activity that requires you to get out of your comfort zone, but never to hurt you or being Dangerous for you ! EMS training imitates the natural principle of muscle contraction, which is a result of the interaction between the brain, the central nervous system and muscle tissue.

EMS training with Quick fit performed at high intensity levels for a period of 20 minutes. During training, low frequency impulses stimulate your muscles while you perform specific exercises. and your personal trainer will ensure your individual training levels are an optimum fit for you. In comparison to other strength training, EMS training is known to be especially gentle on joints.

EMS training with QUICK FIT has been scientifically proven to be effective for people of different age groups and different fitness levels. This means a performance athlete with many years of training experience, can train next to a person who has been physically inactive for many years.

However, certain medical conditions are known to be contraindications with EMS training.

There are three absolute contraindications for the training:

(1) pregnancy, (2) pacemaker or other electrical implants and (3) acute illness, such as fever, viral infections or acute inflammatory processes.

For some medical conditions, a doctor’s consent might be needed and suitability for the training needs to be assessed on an individual case to case basis.

Medical conditions* requiring assessment include the following:

Circulatory disorders; acute stroke; stent; thrombosis and cardiovascular diseases (i.e. arteriosclerosis)

Bleeding; bleeding tendency or hemophilia

Severe neurological disorders (i.e. epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis etc.)

Acute operation (within 8 weeks, depending on individual case)


*Please note: the above list is not exhaustive and if you have any medical condition which could be affected by EMS training, it is your responsibility to inform your trainer and doctor so an appropriate assessment can be made.

No. QUICK FIT EMS training is medically approved and has been extensively researched over the past few decades. Not only has there been no reports of negative side effects from the training, but it is recommended across various fields of rehabilitation.

An extensive amount of research has proven the effectiveness and scientific validation of EMS training. Amongst others, areas of improvement include:

Maximum strength
Strength endurance
Hypertrophy (muscle growth)
Speed, responsiveness and agility
Balancing of muscular dysbalances (i.e. reduction of back pain)