A Secret Weapon for Athletes

Did you know that some athletes have a “secret weapon” to give them a competitive edge over other athletes? This secret weapon helps them:

  • Improve strength and endurance
  • Increase burst speed and power
  • Build muscle size
  • Reduce injury and fatigue
  • Recover faster from workouts

The secret weapon is… electronic muscle stimulation!

Electronic muscle stimulators (EMS’s) emulate your body’s natural muscle contractions and work out your muscles without wear and tear on your joints or cardiovascular fatigue. When you couple electronic muscle stimulation with your regular sports training and workouts, you can achieve results you never before thought imaginable. Many professional athletes use electronic muscle stimulators to help improve their power, speed, endurance and strength which helps them perform better during sports and other physical activities.

Compex is one of the leading manufacturers of muscle stimulators in today’s industry. Their devices allow you to customize a workout for your specific needs — whether it’s speed, strength, power, endurance, or a combination of the above.

Check out our electronic muscle stimulators made by Compex today!

Muscle Stimulation Can Help Improve Athletic Performance

Electronic muscle stimulators reproduce the body’s muscular contractions by applying electrical impulses to your motor nerves. You also benefit from the ability to target specific muscle groups.

A leading manufacturer of muscle stimulation devices is Compex®. Compex muscle stimulators are used by professional athletes and Olympic gold medalists to help increase athletic performance.

Recently, a study revealed that neuromuscular electrical stimulation may enhance pitching performance and recovery in baseball. Normally between innings, pitchers have to find a balance between resting (to avoid getting tired) and active exercise (to keep the shoulder and arm muscles warmed up). Electronic muscle stimulation allows baseball players to continue blood flow to the muscles without the risk of exhaustion.1

The ability to stay warmed up without fatiguing the muscles can also help in other athletic activities. Because electronic stimulation flexes your muscles with no active assistance, you can train your muscles with less risk of overuse of your joints. The conclusion? Electronic muscle stimulation may provide a safe and legal competitive advantage in baseball and other sports.

1 EFFECT OF THREE DIFFERENT BETWEEN-INNING RECOVERY METHODS ON BASEBALL PITCHING PERFORMANCE
Warren et al., Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, March
2011, Volume 25(3), pp. 683-688.