Emsculpt Body Contouring Treatment Builds, Strengthens, and Tones Muscles

Press Release – updated: Feb 14, 2020 14:00 EST

NEW YORK, February 14, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Emsculpt is the popular body contouring treatment that improves muscle tone and increases muscle mass. The FDA initially cleared Emsculpt for the “improvement of abdominal tone, strengthening of the abdominal muscles, development of firmer abdomen.” Emsculpt was also cleared for “strengthening, toning, and firming the buttocks.” The recent addition of a small applicator permits Emsculpt to target two new areas of the body: the arms and legs. According to Marisa Martino of SKINNEY Medspa, the leading Emsculpt provider in NYC, “the new applicator permits patients to strengthen their biceps and triceps, tone their thighs, and build their calves.”
Emsculpt uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy to initiate powerful muscle contractions. These are known as supramaximal contractions. Supramaximal contractions are stronger and faster than the tension exerted on muscles during regular contractions initiated at the gym. Martino explains that an “Emsculpt treatment stimulates 20,000 supramaximal contractions during a single 30-minute session. To perform an equivalent ab-workout voluntarily, a person would have to perform 20,000 sit-ups or crunches.”
SKINNEY Medspa, known as the top-selling provider of CoolSculpting in the nation, was excited to introduce the Emsculpt treatment to their clientèle. “CoolSculpting is great for reducing stubborn bulges that resist diet and exercise,” explains Martino. However, fat is only one component of body composition (the overall shape and size of our physique). “Most people only focus on getting rid of fat, but to truly transform your physique, you must also focus on your muscles,” says Martino. “Muscles contribute, on average, between 36% and 42% of your body composition. This is more than double the percentage of fat’s contribution to your body composition.”
In the past, building muscle to build and contour your physique was only possible through long, tiring strength training exercises. Emsculpt, with the new addition of the small applicator, changes all that. According to Martino, “Our clients can now strengthen their core, chisel their abs, develop their biceps and triceps, tone their thighs, define their legs, and sculpt their calves, all without stepping foot in the gym.” In addition, “Emsculpt offers a non-surgical alternative to a butt lift. By inducing 20,000 supramaximal contractions in the gluteal muscles, Emsculpt can firm and tone the buttocks, while adding a subtle lifting effect.”
Men and women living in Manhattan are welcome to contact SKINNEY Medspa or drop into one of its NYC locations to learn more about Emsculpt. Currently, the spa is offering a free consultation for anyone who wants to learn more about the revolutionary body contouring treatment. Contact SKINNEY Medspa by visiting them online at www.skinneymedspa.com or calling (212) 754-6639.
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Press Contacts
Lindsay Malachowski​Director of Operations at SKINNEY Medspa​lindsay@skinneymedspa.com
Source: SKINNEY Medspa

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Press Release updated: Feb 14, 2020 14:00 EST

Emsculpt is the popular body contouring treatment that improves muscle tone and increases muscle mass. The FDA initially cleared Emsculpt for the “improvement of abdominal tone, strengthening of the abdominal muscles, development of firmer abdomen.” Emsculpt was also cleared for “strengthening, toning, and firming the buttocks.” The recent addition of a small applicator permits Emsculpt to target two new areas of the body: the arms and legs. According to Marisa Martino of SKINNEY Medspa, the leading Emsculpt provider in NYC, “the new applicator permits patients to strengthen their biceps and triceps, tone their thighs, and build their calves.”

Emsculpt uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy to initiate powerful muscle contractions. These are known as supramaximal contractions. Supramaximal contractions are stronger and faster than the tension exerted on muscles during regular contractions initiated at the gym. Martino explains that an “Emsculpt treatment stimulates 20,000 supramaximal contractions during a single 30-minute session. To perform an equivalent ab-workout voluntarily, a person would have to perform 20,000 sit-ups or crunches.”

SKINNEY Medspa, known as the top-selling provider of CoolSculpting in the nation, was excited to introduce the Emsculpt treatment to their clientèle. “CoolSculpting is great for reducing stubborn bulges that resist diet and exercise,” explains Martino. However, fat is only one component of body composition (the overall shape and size of our physique). “Most people only focus on

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getting rid of fat, but to truly transform your physique, you must also focus on your muscles,” says Martino. “Muscles contribute, on average, between 36% and 42% of your body composition. This is more than double the percentage of fat’s contribution to your body composition.”

In the past, building muscle to build and contour your physique was only possible through long, tiring strength training exercises. Emsculpt, with the new addition of the small applicator, changes all that. According to Martino, “Our clients can now strengthen their core, chisel their abs, develop their biceps and triceps, tone their thighs, define their legs, and sculpt their calves, all without stepping foot in the gym.” In addition, “Emsculpt offers a non-surgical alternative to a butt lift. By inducing 20,000 supramaximal contractions in the gluteal muscles, Emsculpt can firm and tone the buttocks, while adding a subtle lifting effect.”

Men and women living in Manhattan are welcome to contact SKINNEY Medspa or drop into one of its NYC locations to learn more about Emsculpt. Currently, the spa is offering a free consultation for anyone who wants to learn more about the revolutionary body contouring treatment. Contact SKINNEY Medspa by visiting them online at www.skinneymedspa.com or calling (212) 754-6639.

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Press Contacts

Lindsay Malachowski​
Director of Operations at SKINNEY Medspa​
lindsay@skinneymedspa.com

Source: SKINNEY Medspa