Are you struggling to lose a bit of weight in your abdomen or thigh areas? Dieting may not be the answer. When you diet alone, you run the risk of losing muscle mass along the way. Balancing your protein and calorie intake with your muscle production can be extremely difficult. Luckily, there’s an easier way to achieve a toned look through EmSculpt.
What is EmSculpt?
EmSculpt is part of a branch of procedures that involve body contouring. The goal of body contouring isn’t to lose weight. Instead, it’s focused on toning the body and helping the muscles you already have to emerge. EmSculpt takes it a step further, however. It can actually help stimulate muscle growth.
It does this by forcing your body to contract a set number of times during an interval of time. The contractions are similar to doing crunches. Except you don’t have to do anything.
How EmSculpt Tones Your Body
Using high-intensity electromagnetic energy, the energy is focused on the area that you’re having treated. A single session invokes 20,000 contractions. That’s on par with 20,000 crunches! A session typically takes about 30 minutes to complete. Most people can’t perform 20,000 crunches in that time period. At least not without injuring themselves. EmSculpt does the work for you. Though you’ll still likely feel the burn throughout the process.
In order to supply the muscles with energy, fat cells are swiftly broken down and degraded. The result is a toned area that hugs the developing muscle.
Who is a Good Candidate for EmSculpt?
Where some body-contouring techniques may work better on certain skin tones, that isn’t the case with EmSculpt. It works well on all different kinds of skin tones. However, the key factor to receive the best results with EmSculpt is to already be relatively fit.
You should have a good state of fitness and some muscle development already. The noninvasive procedure is great for those who simply need to remove some areas of stubborn fat.
This procedure isn’t recommended for those who are looking for skin tightening results. It simply targets the muscles and fat cells.
When it comes to body contouring, you have a few different options available. EmSculpt is the only procedure that also tones your muscles along with contouring your shape. For those who want the best of both worlds, EmSculpt may be a great investment.
EmSculpt also has the advantage of being noninvasive. Other procedures may require you to have surgery performed. That means you may be off your feet for days while you recover, interfering with your normal exercise routine and potentially setting back your progress. Since EmSculpt is noninvasive, you’re typically able to return to your daily activities soon after.
Having multiple EmSculpt sessions is also possible and often recommended to reach your goal results. This helps to make EmSculpt treatment customizable for your cosmetic goals, budget, and schedule.
Schedule Your EmSculpt Consultation
If you’re curious to know if EmSculpt is right for you, then contact Dr. Tanya Kormeili. She’s a board-certified dermatologist who can help you reach the aesthetic and fitness goals that you desire. Schedule an appointment with her office today and experience the incredible benefits of EmSculpt.