What is Emsculpt?

What is Emsculpt?

21 Feb 2019 What is Emsculpt?

If you’ve ever wanted a more toned stomach or shapelier derriere without the risks of surgery, Emsculpt might be the solution. It has quickly become one of the most in-demand procedures at Neaman Plastic Surgery because it’s 100 percent natural. Emsculpt is a non-surgical procedure that forces the abs or glutes into 20,000 perfect supramaximal contractions in just 30 minutes. That’s the equivalent to 20,000 lunges, squats, or sit-ups.

Muscles are strengthened and grow because of tiny micro tears. That’s the goal when strength training, whether you’re lifting dumbbells or squatting at the gym. However, with Emsculpt the muscles get the same contractions as strength training but at a rapid-fire rate. The client doesn’t break a sweat, and instead can relax during a quick 30-minute session.

How the muscle contracts doesn’t matter when it comes to building muscle strength. As long as the muscle contracts, the muscle gets a workout. Emsculpt can be the ultimate compliment to a healthy diet and gym regimen. Not even the most dedicated gym-goer can execute 20,000 lunges or crunches, and especially not in 30 minutes.

If you’ve been eating healthy and sticking to your gym routine but still don’t see the results you want, Emsculpt can help. Initial sessions usually entail four 30-minute Emsculpt appointments in two weeks. Incredible results are often reported after just these sessions, although the muscles do need time to repair and grow. Maintenance sessions are usually recommended every six months.

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Although an Emsculpt session itself isn’t a workout, do expect to feel sore afterward. After all, your body did just perform 20,000 strength exercises. It is also important to “feed” the muscles after Emsculpt and consume at least 20 grams of protein. Muscles require protein to repair themselves and to achieve their maximum growth. Interested in learning more about Emsculpt? Contact Neaman Plastic Surgery at 844-338-5445 today.