Less is More: Is it Time to Ditch the Wires in EMS Training?

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Electric muscle stimulation (EMS) is becoming increasingly popular, and for good reason. It causes involuntary muscle contractions by transmitting electrical pulses to your nerve fibers that are identical to those sent by your brain, boosting your training by optimizing physical effort.

This can result in increased muscular strength and density, increased explosiveness, quicker recovery, and improved local blood circulation. Furthermore, because EMS may be used when you’re at rest, your muscles recover faster with lesser time spent.

The EMS craze has only just begun, and the market is already populated with many EMS devices with varying characteristics, costs, and quality—each claiming to be the most comfortable and effective way to reach peak health and physique.

With wireless EMS devices and studios popping up faster than you could lose your unwanted fats, it begs the question: is it time to ditch the wires in EMS training?

How does EMS training work in general

EMS is a wonderful alternative for resistance and strength training, and it improves sport-specific abilities and performance, according to current studies and clinical trials.

EMS uses a high-frequency electric current to convey muscular contractions in a way that is extremely comparable to the signals our own central nervous system sends to the rest of our body.

This causes the same contraction as resistance exercise, such as lifting weights or doing press-ups. The use of a pulsed current can thus be utilized to enhance the effects and results of conventional exercise when appropriately handled.

The fact that it is suitable for almost everyone is perhaps the most beneficial of the numerous advantages provided by this sort of fitness training.

Wired vs. wireless

You’re undoubtedly aware that EMS equipment consists of two common components: a panel or monitor that houses the software and programs, and an electrofitness suit or jacket that we wear throughout our exercises.

However, we now have the option of using wireless connections, and we genuinely feel that this is the solution and the way of the future. 

What gives? Well, it gives you freedom of movement: not just for trainers, but for everyone who wears the EMS suit and trains with us at We202.

There were clearly some workouts that were previously impractical to perform while wearing wired suits. We’re happy to say that, now that we have the wireless EMS solution, we can mix and match whatever traditional training routines we used to do with our wireless EMS programs.

Reasons to go wireless

All of this being said, and putting ourselves in our users’ position, we at We202 would like to point out a key determinant to consider: a wireless connection, which is something that very few EMS systems currently provide. 

These are just some of the key features that distinguish a standard gadget from one with cutting-edge technology.

Greater freedom of movement

First and foremost, you have the ability to be mobile.

You are not confined to a studio and are not need to connect the gadget to an outlet. You no longer need to utilize a wire to connect the trainee to the device because Wi-Fi or Bluetooth technology may now be used. As a result, wires are no longer required.

You may have fun and carry your device with you everywhere you go. Because most of the devices are small and light, you may carry them in your bag and work out with your customers at a fitness studio or in a park. That in itself is already incredible!

Easier interactions

Is training in a group still personal training? Is it still EMS training in the same shape and form as when it began?

Clearly not. It’s unique in that it allows you to conduct group training sessions. 2, 3, 5, or even 20 individuals can connect to the gadget. Okay, maybe 20 is a bit excessive for a real workout, but you definitely get the idea.

Research shows that even if the exercise is tough or otherwise not something you enjoy, exercising with others can provide that satisfaction.

Working out in a group may convert it into an enjoyable social activity, which may encourage you to keep doing it. Exercising in a group might also meet some basic psychological demands.

Combine EMS training with other routines

EMS training can also be used with other sports and activities such as running and jogging. You’re even capable of riding a bicycle. You can perform a lot more than just a standard stationary isometric EMS workout.

When athletes utilize EMS for muscle training, they usually do it while going through their normal workout. The EMS equipment provides a signal to the muscle to contract it, lengthening the contraction period. 

The wireless equipment also allows athletes to perform squats, bench presses, lunges, and other exercises. They’ll utilize the gadget to transmit stronger pulses to muscles that will contract for longer periods of time.

This increases the intensity of their training because muscles are worked harder than they can—past the point of mental weariness.

At We202, we’ll show you all the ways EMS provides you with new opportunities and training of higher quality.


We202 strives for constant technical advancement in order to give the most modern wireless electrostimulation devices and workout programs to our clients.

This eliminates tangled wires and actions that are hard to accomplish owing to impediments or because the cables are too short. As a result, you may get the most out of your training by utilizing our We202 Wireless EMS equipment.

Send us a message or drop by a We202 location near you to learn more about our exclusive wireless electrostimulation technology and training programs.

We are available to answer any questions you may have and to provide you with our wireless electrofitness gadget, which will allow you to achieve the energetic and healthy physique you desire.

What are you waiting for? Take the first step towards a healthier and fitter you!


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