Electromagnetic Body Sculpting Training (1 Day) EM Sculp
This 1-day manufactures machine operators training course, includes a full day of guided and supported study on underpinning knowledge and practical application of the treatments you can perform with our EMSculpt machine, at our Training centre in Rotherham.
Our EMSculpt course isn’t CPD accredited, therefore it will only benefit you if you have purchased our EMSculpt machine.
What you'll Learn
Different types of muscle
Muscle shapes & movement
Growth and repair Muscle
Tendons and Ligaments
Different types of fat
What is and how does Emsculpt work
How to use your machine
During the intense pulses, the muscles release chemicals locally, which are saying, ‘Oh no, we are being way overworked; this is not normal’
They then signal fat cells in the area to break down their contents and release them as free fatty acids. The sheer abundance of fatty acids overwhelms the fat cells, causing them to malfunction and die, after which, they’re metabolized by the body and excreted as waste. The muscles, meanwhile, are said to undergo cellular changes, thickening and strengthening (with the device’s energy affecting the entire sheath of abdominals, from rib cage to groin.)
It’s a very rapid response compared to other fat-reduction tools where you’re waiting months to see something happen, with this, even after a single visit, you’ll notice the area looking better a day or two later. Four sessions, spaced a few days apart, is the recommended dose, with full-on wow results surfacing two to four weeks after your final appointment.
You essentially get the same look and feel that comes from exercising and dieting for six months.
What is EMSulpt?
EMSculpt is also known as HIEMPT. HIEMPT is an acronym for high-intensity electromagnetic technology.
HIEMT contracts muscles in a specific location with a powerful but safe form of electromagnetic stimulation.
These magnetic fields generate electrical currents, which are then transferred to the muscles, where they contract often enough to develop muscle and burn fat.
Final results, which can be as dramatic as looking to be equal to six months of dieting and workouts, are typically noticeable four weeks after the treatment plan is completed, or about six weeks after the first session
How does it burn fat?
You can target local fat deposits in the treated tissue location and see the fat melt away by instructing the muscles to consume more energy. The end outcome is an average of 15% fat loss and a 16% increase in muscle mass.
A chain reaction occurs in your muscles as a result of the fast, repetitive contractions in the targeted muscle groups:
The muscles release a hormone that tells local fat cells to break down
Lipolysis, or fat cell destruction, is a metabolic process that metabolizes local fat cells.
The fat cells are eventually broken down and ejected as waste by your body.
How does it burn muscle?
The targeted muscle region undergoes a transformation as the body burns fat to supply energy to the contracting muscles. Supramaximal contractions cause muscle fibres to constrict, forcing muscles to totally reconstruct their original structure at a cellular level, resulting in a firmer, more toned appearance.
Muscles will contract nearly 20,000 times over the course of numerous sessions, and your client will see an improvement in muscle tone and definition as soon as the first session.
How many treatments are recommended to see results?
In most cases, clients will require two to four treatments per area to achieve obvious benefits. Some clients, on the other hand, may observe effects after just one session.
It is recommended that customers exercise thoroughly and consistently and incorporate healthy food into their living routines in order for the treatment to be most effective.
What areas can be treated?
The treatment phases
The treatment is usually divided into several stages.
The first phase consists of a muscle warm-up. This initial sensation will feel like the muscles are ticking.
Then the treatment enters a more focused pulse chase, which will result in extremely rapid muscular contractions. This is the phase that will yield the most results.
The third phase is characterised by a more dispersed pulse. This phase is in charge of releasing lactic acid from the muscles, reducing the likelihood of soreness the next day as a result of exercise.
A single phase can also be adapted to suit individuals
Student practical – hands-on – on the live model under the strict supervision of a teacher to include consultation, client selection for treatment, treatment procedure