Top EMS Training Machine Device Launched For Muscle Growth & Toning

Top EMS Training Machine Device Launched For Muscle Growth & Toning. Fitpad Fitness finally announced the release of The Fitpad - it's a new revolutionary abs device, which has been in development since 2015. Further information can be found at FitpadFitness.co.uk and https://fitpadfitness.co.uk/collections/abs-devices/products/fitpad-fitness-fitpad-2-armpads

Richmond, United Kingdom - November 30, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Earlier today, Fitpad Fitness finally announced the release of The Fitpad – it’s a new revolutionary abs device, which has been in development since 2015. The main aim is to provide outstanding abdominal & body EMS devices that are designed to aid in muscle recovery, muscle growth & muscle toning.

Reputable universities analyzing the effects of EMS technology have stated that ”EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) causes adaptation, i.e. training of muscle fibers. Because of the characteristics of skeletal muscle fibers, different types of fibers can be activated to differing degrees by different types of EMS, and the modifications induced depend on the pattern of EMS activity. These patterns, referred to as protocols or programs, will cause a different response from contraction of different fiber types. Some programs will improve fatigue resistance, i.e. endurance, others will increase force production”.

James Johnson, Founder at Fitpad Fitness, says: “We wanted to try something new with The Fitpad. Anyone familiar with the EMS Training market will probably have noticed how everyone else including brands like Sixpad price their items unrealistically. This is a problem and that’s where we come in.”

So as a welcome breath of fresh air, The Fitpad is instead Made from high quality and durable Silicone and has many built in intensity programs. Fitpad Fitness chose to make this move because most complaints relating to EMS devices in the current market revolve around poor quality and high prices. Not only is the Fitpad product range high quality, they also claim to beat the prices of any of their competitors.

James Johnson also said “We want to give our customers More Freedom with their EMS training and more variety with different sets of devices available. With The Fitpad, they have a fresh new possibility. We want them to feel Like they’ve made the correct choice choosing us when using The Fitpad. We have dedicated a lot of hard work and time to make sure our products function to the highest performance. Frequent product tests have ensured we can now confidently recommend our devices to anyone wanting to improve muscle endurance, muscle fatigue and strength in their abdominal muscles.”

Fitpad Fitness has been in business for For 9 Months, being established in early 2017. Since Day 1 it has always aimed to Become the worlds leading provider of EMS machines & devices.

The Fitpad range has Already Launched. To find out more, it’s possible to visit fitpadfitness.co.uk/Fitpad-Complete-Set

For further information about Fitpad Fitness, all this can be discovered at FitpadFitness.co.uk

Contact Info:
Name: James Johnson
Organization: Fitpad Fitness
Address: 1-2 Orchard Road, Richmond, England TW9 4AQ, United Kingdom

For more information, please visit https://fitpadfitness.co.uk

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 270425

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