Lasers and RF cannot reach deeper layers of visceral fat without damaging vital organs.  The According to clinical studies the Virtual Gym reduces about 30% of visceral fat after 12 treatments.There is clinical and experimental evidence on sonography reports of no fatty liver after Virtual Gym treatments in patients with severe obesity and fatty liver  

There is no rebound effect with the Virtual Gym.  Unlike lasers or RF where you always see a rebound effect. Fat burnt from the abdomen with lasers or RF is regained in the breasts or shoulders or legs. Several individuals end up with a distorted figure after lasers and RF.

The Virtual Gym offers a powerful detox reducing hunger -- because the more toxic you are the more hungry you are.   The toxicity problem that is overlooked in the use of lasers and RF.  Fat cells store toxins which are released into the bloodstream as a result of lasers and RF fat burning.  Unlike the Virtual Gym, lasers and RF have no mechanism to stimulate lymphatic drainage.  The resulting toxicity interferes with metabolism and the appetite hormones, increasing hunger and food consumption, hence the rebound effect with the lasers and RF.  

The Virtual Gym is health enhancing by increasing energy and balancing hormones.  On the other hand, the fat contents released into the bloodstream by laser and RF fat burning can clog up the arteries unless it's used by intense exercise following laser or RF treatments.  


EMS devices emit electrical pulses to target topical muscles causing reflex reactions that do not involve the brain.  EMS devices cause a calorie burning that is limited to the fat around superficial individual small muscles that marginal at best.

The Virtual gym involves the ENTIRE BODY as during regular physical exercises and offers a SUSTAINED 8 secs Contraction. Calories are burnt in significant amount only when most of the body is involved as during the Virtual Gym or physical exercise.  

EMS devices do not reach the visceral fat that is wrapped around or has invited vital organs because EMS devices emit current that even within the milliamp range could hurt vital organs.  
There is substantial evidence that the Virtual Gym induces both reduction of visceral and subcutaneous fat, increase in muscle muss and weight loss.   

Most EMS devices operate in the high milliamp range.  There is a lot of research starting with Cheng et al. in 1982 (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7140077) that at electrical intensities of over 1.5 milliamp ATP is depleted.  ATP is the energy currency used to sustain all vital bodily functions that safeguard our health.  
The Virtual Gym emits aVOLTAGE DRIVEN BLUEPRINT SIGNAL OF THE MOTOR NERVE.  The minuscule current generated on the basis of Ohm's law is negligible and cannot be measured.


The Virtual Gym offers 144 types of virtual exercises equivalent to swimming and running and 1 sec fast sit ups (at contraction setting 1 / Rest setting 1); and 144 strength and resistance exercises like weight lifting and eight seconds lasting sit-ups (at contraction setting 8, rest setting 1).The Virtual Gym technology was completed in 2008 after 32 years of empirical research by Dr. Gerald Pollock who was also involved in the invention of the first pacemaker at London University, and Dr. Donald Gilbert, a molecular biology London University professor. The technology was originally built in London University for muscle wasting conditions and multiple sclerosis and was then revised with upgraded electronics at the EU funded Business Innovations Centre. The technology offers a voltage driven signal that results in 1000 different type full body musculature contractions, each sustained for up 8 seconds - you can adjust the contraction control button from 2-8 secs.  It has a separate control button for resting time that can also be adjusted from 2-8 secs. Any current generated by the voltage based on Ohm’s law is minuscule and cannot be measured. The leakage is 0.007µa (µa = 10−6A). The device’s voltage driven signal is emitted from 16 channels isolated by separate transformers, reaching the skin via 16 silver  plated  tour  grade  microphone cables  connected to gel pads which are attached to the body.       
            The device has two waveform control knobs that are manually manipulated.  Each waveform knob has twelve different options added on to form twenty-four complex composites of the motor blue print signal, that are interpreted by the brain as different types of exercises as indicated by the very different types of contractions (e.g. deep contractions, intense twists and shakes) that the body goes through each Virtual Gym treatment.   Each of the 24 twenty-four complex composites is synthesised by up to four thousand sub-waveforms on the basis of a proprietary formula that was developed empirically by its researchers,  and patented by Gerald Pollock’s in 1983 in London University. The composited were synthesised on the basis of empirical research that recorded reactions on individual nerves. 

The technology was developed and build in London University after 32 years of empirical electronic and molecular biology research on motor nerves by Gerald Pollock, one of the co-inventors of the first pacemaker, and Donald Gilbert, a molecular biology London University Professor who empirically researched and composed the blueprint of the motor nerve signal. Initially it was meant to replace the signal of the motor nerve in multiple sclerosis, the way you replace the signal of the pacemaker cells when your heart stops with a pacemaker.  This motor nerve blueprint signal is voltage driven hunting and resonating with the motor nerves of your body.  Because the motor nerves are involved with the central nervous system, the sensory nerves carry the motor nerve signal to the brain.  The brain integrates the signal interpreting it as physical movement, and the release of hormones involved in exercise are released as the brain sends the integrated signal back to the motor nerves to cause a full body eight seconds vigorous contraction.  The device emits   The twelve waveforms on the left are manually combined with the twelve waveforms on the right to form 144 combinations that give different types of 2-8 secs contractions every 2-8 secs, including deep slow motion contractions like strength and resistance exercises and fast contractions like aerobic exercises. All 24 sine complex waveforms are rectangular in shape, composed by up to 4,000 sine waveforms that have their own specific resultant frequencies which vary from 55Hz to 888 Hz. The technology is hand-made in the UK, without any digital components, to emit an unlimited resolution voltage driven signal. It is classified as IEC class I according to IEC60601-1 standard, and it is used with 3-pin din and 4-pin din IEC 60601-1 compliant cables. It has a CE marketing directive of Class I with electromagnetic compatibility regulations applied standards EN50081-1 and EN50082-1. It complies with the EEC UK directive of electrical equipment safety applied standard EN 60601-1. The technology has had no known side effects in the past 20 years that it has been used in clinical practice by over 5,430 physicians and aesthetic practitioners. The only contraindication, according to the FDA, is having an implanted device like a pacemaker. The main caution is pregnancy. Adverse reactions are limited to temporary skin redness from the pads that occurs sporadically and usually dissipates within an hour. Earlier versions of this technology based on the same electronic design have FDA clearance numbers K132158 and K132179.       ​