The earliest record of EMS fitness can be traced back to ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, and ancient Rome in 2500 BC. The most famous is that a doctor in Italy discovered a phenomenon that electricity can stimulate muscles to move. With the development of science and technology, research has become more and more advanced. In the 20th century, it has begun to have certain applications in professional sports. Simulating human brain waves sends low-frequency pulse currents to the muscles, stimulates muscle contraction, and helps some athletes achieve some breakthrough results.
It is said that this type of fitness is currently popular in Europe and the United States, and is also found in Asia (mainly in Japan and South Korea), and is still in the domestic stage. At the beginning, they are all applied in the medical field. Some national professional sports teams will also use relevant equipment for muscle strength training and physical therapy rehabilitation.
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