The Theory of
Total Power Sculpture
Total Power Sculpture employing SIEMT (Supreme Intensity Electromagnetic) technology triggers supramaximal muscle contractions that go beyond what can be achieved through voluntary efforts. When subjected to these supramaximal contractions, the muscle tissue is compelled to adjust to such an exceptionally demanding condition.
The muscle reacts by undergoing a profound transformation of its internal composition, leading to the development of myofibrils (muscle hypertrophy) and the generation of fresh protein strands and muscle fibers (muscle hyperplasia). As a result of this procedure, the muscle becomes denser and larger.
Enhanced muscle building and fat reduction effects.
The utilization of both SIEMT (Supreme Intensity Electromagnetic) technology and RF (Radio Frequency) energy enhances the process of reducing fat and promoting muscle growth.
SIEMTenergy triggers rapid muscle contractions, fostering the development of muscle fibers to enhance muscle tone and strength.
Simultaneously, the Radio Frequency component evenly heats the underlying tissues, priming the muscles for intense contractions, thereby effectively facilitating fat reduction. This thermal heat accumulation also specifically targets excess fat, causing the fat cells to undergo permanent damage and ultimately be eliminated from the body.
Total Power Sculpture can deliver an impressive 20,000 robust muscle contractions per treatment energy pulse, which is equivalent to performing "super-muscle exercises" 20,000 times during a 30-minute session. This regimen leads to a substantial rise in the level of adipocyte apoptosis, jumping from 19% to 36%. These "super-muscle exercises" far surpass what can be accomplished through regular muscle movements.
Total Power Sculpture hinges on an applicator that emits both RF and SIEMT+ energy simultaneously. The introduction of radio frequency (RF) rapidly elevates the muscle temperature by a few degrees, effectively priming the muscles for the stress they are about to undergo, akin to a warm-up before a workout. In under 4 minutes, the subcutaneous fat temperature reaches a point that triggers apoptosis, causing permanent damage to fat cells, and their gradual elimination from the body. Clinical studies have confirmed an average 30% reduction in subcutaneous fat. By bypassing the brain's inherent limitations, SIEMT + energy forces the muscle fibers in the targeted area to contract with an intensity unachievable through voluntary exercise. This extreme stress compels the muscles to adapt, resulting in a notable increase in the number and size of muscle fibers and cells. Clinical studies have documented an average 25% growth in muscle volume.