MIHA BODYTEC - EMS MADE IN GERMANY
Based in Germany, miha bodytec is the world's leading premium manufacturer of EMS fitness and medical equipment, perfecting the technology and distributing this revolutionary whole-body training method aimed at improving overall wellness and health.
The EMS-Training market is developing dynamically, offering a variety of opportunities for access to this technology: from personal training, mobile training and EMS studios offering bespoke fitness services to Medical EMS.
miha bodytec stands for reliable, innovative and safe products. All EMS device components are made in Germany, ensuring our brand promise of exceptional quality is consistently delivered. Providers of EMS-Training across the world trust in miha bodytec. You can too!
EMS-TRAINING - HELP CLIENTS REACH THEIR GOALS FASTER
ELECTRO MUSCULAR STIMULATION training is a highly effective
and safe method to improve physical performance. Scientifically proven to
improve speed, strength and reduce pain, the EMS device is being seen as a
revolution in the fitness industry or even as a global movement.
Your EMS-Training session lasts just 20 minutes and is always conducted with a qualified EMS -Trainer who monitors movements to ensure efficiency and safety. Training with an EMS machine just once a week is sufficient for reliably achieving individual goals, with results being seen within 6-8 weeks of consistent use.
IMPULSES FOR PREVENTION AND THERAPY
Are you a Physiotherapist or a Biokineticist?
Medical EMS-Training is highly effective and requires minimal time. It’s individualised and personalised training.
The miha bodytec WB-EMS system is a certified medical
product and is used by healthcare professionals for prevention and therapy.
In February 2019, Part 5 of the DIN Standard 33961 came into play in Germany. It consists of regulations regarding the use of EMS studio equipment and for the operation of EMS facilities as well as the EMS-Training.
The new regulations provide legal certainty when using the EMS equipment and protect the operators from liability
The main requirements stipulated in the DIN 33961 Part 5 are as follows:
THE RISKS OF EMS-GROUP TRAINING
EMS-Group Training: A Dangerous Development With High Consumer Risk
For a long time, leading sports scientists have warned against Electro Muscle Stimulation (EMS) group training. Safety is the primary concern so anything larger than a 1 to 2 trainer-trainee ratio is therefore out of the question.