The Fitness Revolution


Fitness is not a destination it is a way of life.


  • Are there any contra-indications that would prevent me from doing an Electro Fitness workout?
    This training isn't recommended for people with heart disease, pacemakers, or other implanted electric devices, during pregnancy or breast feeding period, or people with a predisposition to epileptic seizures or fitting.
  • Can I get an electrical shock during the workout?
    No, there is no way you get an electric shock during workout as the equipment operates at low voltage using a battery. The intensity of the generated impulses is max.0.05 Watt RMS.
  • Do I need to have any particular training equipment?
    No. At Personal20® we provide you with everything you need. You just need to show up. We provide you with the appropriate undergarments. Then we will dress you in the suit with electrodes that is light and made with antibacterial breathable material.
  • What is the difference between Whole Body EMS and other muscle stimulators?
    Most home use and other muscle stimulators are designed to be applied on passive muscles. During Whole Body Electronic Muscle Stimlution sessions muscle stimulation is applied on active muscles, combined with a sequence of trainer-instructed exercises.
  • How many sessions should I do per week in order to see results?
    It is advisable to do either once or twice a week, depending on your goals. It is important to recover so a 48 hour rest period in between workouts is required. After 4 sessions you will feel initial results. After 10 sessions, along with a healthy diet, striking results will appear.
  • Do I have to move or exercise during the workout?
    Yes, you do. By performing the exercises suited to your capabilities and demonstrated by our Certified Trainers. Performing the right exercises in line with the rhythm of the impulses significantly augments the favorable effects of Electro Fitness workout as opposed to exercising alone.