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ANGELA’S SURGE FITNESS JOURNEY

I had quite fancied the idea of surge as an extra to my Gym outings each week, as I tend to do more Cardio there. I had also read about all the advantages of EMS and felt that as an older woman (49!!!!)  this would benefit me greatly rather than lifting heavy weights at the […]

JASON’S SURGE JOURNEY

Jason joined us back in October of 2017 and has been an EMS fanatic since he joined. Check out his story on how Surge has helped him reduce his overall body fat percentage levels and increased his muscle mass – in just 20 minutes a week! “I just turned 47 years old. I am someone […]

MAKSYM’S SURGE STORY

Maksym joined Surge with one goal in mind: to work out effectively and efficiently. His busy lifestyle didn’t allow for multiple weekly gym visits so Surge’s offering of 20-minute weekly sessions was ideal for Maksym. He is now 6 months into his Surge journey and we think his words speak volumes on the results he […]

IS NUTRITION REALLY THAT IMPORTANT?!

My answer is always YES. A hundred times yes! You have been diligent with your training, dedicating 20min every week to your EMS sessions, started seeing some changes in your body – you are on the right track! Now..what if we told you, you could achieve anything you want from your training in half of […]

EMS VS TRADITIONAL STRENGTH TRAINING

Strength training is a vital element of basic sport fitness and forms the foundation on which further capabilities can be built. It’s also a key element of sports rehabilitation training. EMS, or Electric Muscle Stimulation, mimics the signals that the brain sends to the muscles to make them contract by instead sending electrical impulses via […]

THE SCIENCE OF EMS

The abbreviation EMS actually stands for Electro-Myo-Stimulation. Electro from the Greek word for electric, Myos from the Greek for muscle and Stimulation from the Latin word Stimulatio, meaning activation or stimulus. In EMS, electrodes are applied to various parts of the body (via our custom training vest), which deliver low frequency pulses of electric current. […]

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