Radiofrequency warming up quickly increases the temperature of the muscles by several degrees. This prepares the muscles for exposure to stress, just as a warm-up activity does before any sports session. In less than 4 minutes, the temperature of the subcutaneous fat reaches levels that cause apoptosis, meaning that the fat cells are permanently damaged and slowly eliminated from the body. Clinical studies have shown on average a 30% reduction in subcutaneous fat*.
By overcoming the limitations of the brain, HIFEM+ energy contracts the muscle fibers in a given area at intensities not achievable during voluntary training. Extreme stress forces the muscle to adapt, resulting in an increase in the number and growth of muscle fibers and cells. Clinical studies have shown an average increase of 25% in muscle volume*.