FAQ’s on MIHA Training
- How Long Is A Session & How Often?
One 20 minute session per week is recommended.
- Is the training safe? Or Are the currents safe for the body?
Yes, the training is safe. The micro currents used in EMS training are completely safe for the human body; there are no known adverse effects even for long-term use.
- Does the Miha-Bodytec EMS Training Hurt?
NO. The training is comfortable. The impulses are felt as mild tingling while training.
- Are there any side effects?
There are NO side effects, the training is based on low frequency impulses and does not harm the body.
- What Should I Wear?
Under Garments and Trainers with socks or training shoes. For your session we will provide you with a specially designed body suit.
- Who can do the MIHA workout?
EMS training is suitable for people of all age groups and fitness levels, as long as they are in general good health. A doctor’s consent might be needed and suitability for the training needs to be assessed on an individual case-to-case basis for certain medical conditions such as pregnancy, heart pacemaker etc.
- Can I use the Miha bodytec while pregnant?
No. Although scientists have not seen any contraindications, it is best that you refrain from experimenting in these cases. However, after your child is born, the Miha Bodytec will help you recover your muscles and get your tummy back in the shape you want.
- What should I eat/drink before training?
EMS training is a high intensity training session and it is therefore important to have a sustainable meal (carbohydrate and protein-based) 2 to 3 hours before training. Drinking at least 500ml water an hour before training is recommended to ensure proper hydration. Avoid heavy, starch-based meals and sugary or carbonated drinks before your EMS training session.