BMR Arm Lift
Sleeveless never felt so good!
You will want to wave after using this effortless beauty device that effectively tightens those triceps' BMR Arm Lift natural and effortless way to boost your beauty regimen and help you look younger. BMR Arm Lift can tone and firm your upper arms in as few as 4 weeks.
Electronic Muscle Stimulation (EMS) technology is used to gently contract and relax your triceps muscles causing them to firm and tone. Place the BMR Arm Lift beauty device on and relax while the body toning device does all the work. We recommend using your BMR Arm Lift 20 minutes a day, 5 times a week to re-shape and firm your arms.
“ Bio-Medical Research Lift series uses our body’s natural behavior to easily target the tough to manage body areas. I use similar technologies for body sculpting in my practice and I am excited that BMR now offers EMS technology for at-home use. ”
- Dr.Shapiro Aesthetic Medicine, Director Mesotherapy Associates, New York
BMR Arm Lift Features:
3 Beauty Lift programs
99 treatment levels for customizable treatment sessions
Simultaneously firms and tones both arms
Beauty device fits arm circumference from 8.7" to 14.5"
Arm Lift beauty device (one for each arm)
1 set of GelPads
Quick start guide
BMR Activator for Lift Product Manual
NOTE: Requires a BMR Activator which is sold separately.
BMR Arm Lift Clinical Results:
In six-week clinical trials*:
89% of users reported their arms were more toned
72% reported their arm muscles were firmer
*Study: 2007, Platinum Research Ltd., Galway Ireland
The triceps brachii has three separate tendon origins (known as the long, lateral and medial heads) on the bony architecture of the scapular (shoulder blade) and the humerus . The triceps primary role is that of a powerful extensor (straightener) of the elbow joint, but it can also fixate the forearm so as to allow the hand to carry out skilled and intricate tasks. Because of the long heads's origin on the scapula the triceps also influence shoulder extension. Many gym goers tend to neglect the triceps muscle in their training schedule, preferring instead to concentrate on developing the more aesthetically pleasing biceps muscle.
This is a mistake as a contracting muscle is reliant on the opposing muscle working to counteract its pull so that a smooth co-ordinated action around the targeted joint can occur. This effect is known as agonist and antagonist contraction and, if disturbed, results in a muscle imbalance leading to movement dysfunction and eventually pain.Muscle which do not recieve regular exercise at a sufficient intensity will also rapidly lose their tone with the muscle fibers being replaced eventually with fatty tissue.