More power for your strength building
EMS training with Antelope offers you an innovative method for effective muscle building. Strength building is crucial for the performance of professional athletes and anyone who wants to stay active and fit. EMS promotes muscle growth and enables targeted intensification of different types of strength such as speed, strength endurance and maximum strength. The particular advantage is that almost all main muscle groups are trained simultaneously, which increases efficiency and training intensity. In addition, EMS also reaches the deeper muscles that are otherwise difficult to activate.
This is what the expert says about strength training with EMS
"There are different types of strength training, which can all be supported with EMS."
Doctor Lutz Graumann
Doctor for sports medicine, chirotherapy & nutritional medicine
The power of EMS for your muscle building!
Antelope EMS products are flexible tools in your fitness repertoire, whether you train in the gym, at home or outdoors. Whether with or without weights, EMS training adapts flexibly to your needs, enables individual workouts and not only supports muscle growth and strength building, but also promotes hypertrophy - the growth of muscle fibers. Intensive EMS units not only provide strength, but also impressive muscle definition.
Our programs for your strength training
The next level for your strength training
Achieve your goals for maximum strength, strength endurance or speed with customized EMS training that offers a variety of duty cycle options. Antelope offers you a wide range of options so that the duty cycle is tailored to your training and the rhythm of your exercises. The strength programs are also different and suitable for every performance level, from beginner to professional. You can recognize the intensity by the training name: beginner, base, intensive and dynamic.
The dynamic programs are brand new and constantly challenge your muscles with new training stimuli to avoid habituation effects and support you and your training.
The three types of strength at a glance. Speed strength is the ability to overcome resistance at the highest possible speed, for example when sprinting, jumping, boxing, kicking or throwing. Strength endurance is the ability to maintain a certain level of strength over a longer period of time, for example when cycling, swimming or running. Maximum strength is the highest possible force that can be generated voluntarily against resistance, such as in weightlifting, climbing or gymnastics.