02 Jan Emsculpt is a Celebrity Favorite
You don’t have to be a celebrity to work out like one, and Emsculpt is the latest celebrity trend that you have to try. It’s one of the most popular treatments at Parson Skin Center, especially after Kim Kardashian underwent Emsculpt on her abs in an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Actress Kgomotso Christopher says the episode inspired her to get her own six-pack with the innovative treatment that requires no gym, no workout, and no sweat.
Emsculpt can also be used on the glutes, thighs, and upper arms, but the abs remain a fan favorite. The non-invasive machine is placed on the target area, forcing the muscles into 20,000 supramaximal contractions in 30 minutes. It’s the same as doing 20,000 flawless crunches.
Christopher calls Emsculpt the “six-pack maker” and posted a video on Instagram of the procedure. She says she was recommended to have four treatments to get the results she wanted, but it’s different for every person. When it comes to building or “toning” muscles, it depends on the current state of your muscle mass and what you want the final result to be. It’s also important to “feed” the muscles after Emsculpt, so have a protein-rich snack on hand.
Most clients are recommended to have a maintenance session every six months after attaining desired results. Emsculpt doesn’t take the place of the gym and overall strength training, but it does provide a fast avenue to really target the muscles you want to show off. Nobody can do 20,000 perfect crunches or squats—but the body doesn’t know the difference between muscle contractions from Emsculpt and old-fashioned strength training.
A Winning Combination: Emsculpt is a Celebrity Favorite
However, keep in mind that many muscles don’t show definition unless there’s little fat on top of them. That’s why combining Emsculpt with liposuction is a winning combination. Liposuction is the only method to immediately and permanently remove targeted fat from the body. Liposuction is a surprisingly quick procedure with minimal downtime. Incisions are tiny, and most patients can return to many parts of their daily life the day after the procedure. Paired with Emsculpt, the result is a toned, “sculpted” look that simply isn’t available to the majority of people.
There are incredible benefits to a good gym routine, with looking and feeling your best being one of them. Cardio is critical for good heart health and a number of other benefits including fat reduction and maintaining a healthy weight. However, only liposuction allows for targeted fat loss so you can show off the muscles you’ve worked hard to achieve.
Strength training is also important, especially as we get older. Sarcopenia is the technical term for natural muscle loss as we age. Muscles are important for movement and to keep our bodies safe. They help us with activities of daily living, from carrying heavy grocery bags to yard work. Both big and small muscles are equally important, and the only way to get a holistic strength-training workout is at the gym, yoga class, or other fitness regimen.
However, many people also opt for strength training because of aesthetics. The muscles we target for looking toned are big muscles, such as the abdominals, quads, biceps, and gluteus maximus. These muscles can all be toned and grown through Emsculpt. The technology is designed specifically to target these larger muscles, which are key to achieving the look we want. Emsculpt is a fantastic addition to a good strength training routine, allowing you to work on smaller muscles at the gym for your well-being. Of course, you can also keep your lunge, squat, and plank routine as well. Emsculpt will heighten the results, backing up all of your hard work to give you even better, faster results.
Emsculpt is your ticket to the body you’ve been looking to achieve in 2020. To find out more about Emsculpt, liposuction, and other popular treatments for 2020, call Parson Skin Center at (480) 282-8386 and schedule your consultation.