Functional EMS (Electro-Muscle Stimulation) Training


    AU $109


    Chantal Semaan




    1 HOURS

    Course Type

    Licensed Course

    Course Overview

    Welcome to the future of functional fitness. Electro-muscle Stimulation (EMS) Training is an active, full-body workout that uses a wireless device to stimulate muscle fibres during exercise, making muscle tissue work harder and more effectively. Once available only to elite athletes and sports scientists, EMS training and its evolving technology is now growing in popularity in general fitness populations, especially in Europe and Australia.

    As a fitness professional, you can stay at the forefront of your industry by offering functional EMS training as part of your services. Functional EMS training is suitable for individuals of all fitness levels, and can assist with a number of health goals, including weight loss and building muscle strength.

    This course will cover:
    The technology behind EMS & how it works
    History of EMS training & how it started
    The benefits of functional full body EMS training
    Research behind EMS training and its effectiveness
    Target audience and who can benefit of EMS training

    Learning Outcomes

    By the end of this course, you will:
    Understand the technology behind EMS & how it works
    Understand the benefits of functional, full-body EMS training
    Be able to identify the types of clients that can benefit from EMS training
    Know how to successfully and safely run an EMS training workout session

    About the Author

    Chantal Semaan is EMS executive and Co-Founder of 20PERFIT.

    She holds a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy, is a personal trainer and has over 6 years of experience in EMS training. Chantal is passionate about EMS training and its potential to enable safe exercise and fitness for individuals of all abilities and minimise the risk of injury to joints and the spine. As a practising physiotherapist, Chantal knows first-hand how difficult it can be for people to recover from injury and how poor training form and over-training can be major contributors to injuries.


    Recommended: Certificate IV in Fitness

    Access Period

    CEC Expiry Date: 24/10/2024. In order to obtain AusActive CECs, this course must be completed by the CEC Expiry Date.

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