Welcome to EmmenseFit!

the easiest and fastest way to get fit.

1 to 1 EMS personal training in Gillingham, Kent

Benefits of EMS

Accelerate your workouts, Accelerate your progress, Accelerate your results

Save Time

You only need one 20 minute EMS session a week, which is the equivalent of 3 hours in the gym. You burn around 500 calories per session.

Safe & Effective

Scientifically proven to be effective and safe by reputable sports universities, doctors, and physiotherapists and used all over the world. Our trainers are fully certified EMS personal trainers.

Tone Your Body

EMS is a full body workout that targets all major muscle groups.
deep within the muscle fibres. Our workouts engage up to 98% of your muscles compared to 60% in the gym, reducing body fat  & cellulite.  

Speed up metabolism

Increased lean muscle mass will naturally increase
your metabolic rate, therefore using up more calories when at rest.

Relieve joints

EMS is very low impact, especially when compared to conventional
strength training in the gym, therefore it is the ideal workout for individuals with injuries or back
problems.

Improve posture

EMS can help strengthen your back, shoulders, and abs to
improve your posture. Say goodbye to back pain!

What is EMS?

“Immense training results achieved by electricity”

Electro Muscle Stimulation (EMS) is a type of training that involves wearable technology that stimulates your muscles through tiny electrodes that accelerate your workout and enhance your body toning results.


During conventional training, the brain sends impulses that stimulate certain muscles to contract. EMS training utilizes low and mid-frequency electric currents to accelerate the natural muscle stimulation and causes them to contract 85 times per second.

EMS training is a whole-body workout that promotes weight loss, increases physical strength, stimulates muscle growth and relieves tensions and muscle imbalances in less time than
conventional training.

What to expect from your first session

We offer private 1 to 1 EMS sessions in the comfort of your own home or you come to us. Your first session can take up to an hour. It consists of an initial consultation where the trainer will discuss your lifestyle, goals, any injuries you may have, and take your measurements, followed by a customised EMS taster sessions.

Don’t worry about wearing sports clothes as you will be provided with everything you need to complete an EMS workout, including our under garments, which you have the option to purchase.

Pricing

Check out our pricing

Initial Consultation

£ 25.00 /
  • Discuss your goals
  • Body Measurements
  • Taster EMS Session

Block of 12 sessions

£ 540.00 /
  • Can be paid in monthly instalments
  • 1x EMS Session per week
  • Nutritional help & advice
  • Progress tracking

Pay As You Go

£ 55.00 / Session
  • 1x EMS Session per booking
  • A 20 mins whole body EMS session
  • Nutritional help & advice
  • Progress Tracking

Undergarments

£ 40.00 Each
  • EMS compatible top & leggings
  • Made of antibacterial material

Success Story From Our Members

Testimonials from our clients.

Don’t take our word for it, read our member testimonials and see how working out with EmmenseFit! changed their perception on exercise.

I have done 8 session of EMS training so far and I can see results already! In particular, I can see more muscle definition in my arms and legs. My goal is to tone up, increase my muscle mass and keep fit, which I can definitely do using EMS. I much prefer my 20 minute EMS workout a week compared to the 2-3 workouts a week I used to do.
Dhaya K
Client
I have being working out with Emmensefit for 2 months now & I absolutely love it! Being a busy mum and working full time I don’t usually get time to work out. Fitting a 20 minute EMS session into my busy week is so easy to do. I feel healthier, fitter and stronger 💪
Parveen M
Client

Safety First

Is EMS training safe?

Generally speaking, the electric currents that you are exposed to are harmless! The neural
mechanism behind EMS is the same as your body’s own. The only difference is that the electric signal that causes the muscle to contract is applied externally. However there are certain contraindications that need to be taken into account. We can separate these into two categories, absolute and relative contraindications.

If any of the following absolute contraindication applies to you, an EMS-Training session is not allowed.

Acute diseases, disorders, bacterial infections, and inflammatory processes

Recent surgeries

Arteriosclerosis and other circulatory disorders

Stents or bypasses in the past 6 months

Untreated hypertension

Diabetes Mellitus

Pregnancy

Electrical implants, pacemakers

Cardiac Arrhythmia

Tumors or cancer

Bleeding disorders (Haemophilia)

Motor Neuron Diseases, Neurological disorders (Epilepsy)

Abdominal or inguinal hernia

Acute influence of alcohol, drugs or other intoxicants

If any of the following relative contraindications applies to you, you should visit your doctor for a written medical clearance.

Acute back pain without diagnosis


Neuralgia


Spinal disc herniations


Orthopedic implants

Organ diseases, especially Kidney diseases


Cardiovascular conditions


Acute Motion Sickness


Edema


Open skin injuries, wounds, eczemas or burns


Prescription medications

Prior to your first EMS-Training session a trainer will sit down with you and go through your medical history to see if any contraindications are present. Since these are mostly very serious conditions on their own, a general common sense approach to working out is enough to ensure a safe EMS session.

Questions?

FAQ’s here

Yes! Since EMS-Training sessions are short, scheduled and can take place anywhere, it is easy to find Covid-19 safe ways to keep a regular workout routine. Socially distanced exercise is no problem and a strict hygiene protocol is followed.

According to current expert opinions and the latest safety standards, you should not have more than one session during the first eight to ten weeks of training. After this adaptation period it is recommended to keep at least four days in between EMS sessions. This will give you proper time to regenerate and further adapt to the impulses and protect you from overtraining.

Yes! Emmense Fitness offer a mobile service meaning your 1 to 1 EMS session will be in the comfort of your own home. If you’d prefer to come to us please contact us. We currently hold some sessions out of Kent Well-being hub and LAPT Studio.

It is recommended to have a mixture of carbs and protein before you work out to give you energy during strenuous exercise and nutrients to repair muscle afterwards. Examples of this include oats, fruit smoothies, banana, chickpeas, dried fruit, egg whites with wholegrain toast, or chicken breast with brown rice.

The timings of your meal/snack are also important too. If you have opted for a larger meal
containing a mixture of proteins and carbs, you should eat this 2-3 hours before you work out. If you have opted for a small snack that is easy to digest, you should eat this 45-60 minutes before you work out.

Never workout on an empty stomach as EMS is an intensive training method.

It is important to provide your body with the right nutrients post-workout and within 30 minutes of completing your EMS session. You should fuel your body with a mixture of healthy fats, protein, and carbs, staying away from processed foods.

The most crucial source of fuel you are going to need is protein. Eating protein within 30 minutes after your EMS workout will replenish the energy you’ve used and will help repair your muscles, keeping metabolism levels high.

Ask your trainer for more information and meal ideas post EMS workout.

Hydration is fundamental before, during and after your EMS workout. Drink lots of water after the workout to replenish the essential salts that you’ve lost.

Absolutely! EMS training, along with a healthy diet will help you shred fat. EMS also speeds up your metabolism, meaning that even at rest you will burn more calories.