The new Tesla Former will give you those abs and tight legs you've been longing for. This new equipment can induce 50,000 muscle contractions in just one session!

This is really a great innovation since the normal workout could take more than one session just to feel the muscle actually contracting. The current gym equipment is not enough for other people to get the body they want, leaving them no choice but to use enhancements and supplements.

However, taking these supplements can have downsides. Now, with the new Tesla Former, you can actually get ripped since it stimulates and builds muscle tissue, as well as helps, reduce fat. All you need to do is lie there are let it do its work.

All these are possible, thanks to Tesla Former's Functional Magnetic Stimulation. To help you understand how it works, here are additional details.

How Tesla Former works

According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Tesla Former has paddles, which are strapped to the user's abdomen. You can choose to use either only one paddle or two paddles.

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You can all do these things with just a push of a button. However, you need to remember that the initial jolt of energy will be pretty intense as it contracts your muscle. The paddles also bring a tapping motion after the strong series of jolts.

When you are already using it, you must drink two liters of water every day. Avoiding alcoholic beverages for 24 hours before and after use is a must. Skipping coffee and food two hours before and after each session is also required.

Workout apps you should use

If you can't afford to buy Tesla Former, there are still many methods you can try to get the body you desire while you are at home. As of the moment, many developers created apps that are purposedly designed to guide you while working out at home. There are also influencers that are posting video tutorials that will guide you to use only your body weight. To help you out, here are some of the best workout apps you can install, as reported by Toms Guide.

  • Shred (Android, iOS: $12.99 per month)
  • Fitbit Coach (Android, iOS: $39.99/year)
  • Peloton - at home fitness (Android, iOS: $12.99/£12.99 per month)
  • You Are Your Own Gym (Android, iOS: $4.99)
  • Workout Trainer (Android, iOS: Free)
  • Seven (Android, iOS: Free)
  • Wakeout (iOS: $4.99 per month)
  • Aaptiv (Android, iOS: $14.99 per month)
  • JEFIT (Android, iOS: Free)
  • Nike Training Club (Android, iOS: Free)
  • PEAR Personal Fitness Coach (Android, iOS: Free)

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Written by: Giuliano de Leon.

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