Do those machines that replicate Electronic Muscle Stimulation really.
William Y., From: Britain :
Do those machines that replicate Electronic Muscle
work, and to what extent? If they do work then why
doesn't everyone use these
instead of going to the gym as surely it will work out
cheaper in the long term.
Finally, if the machines do work, then which is the best
one to buy?
The electronic muscle stimulation machines are primarily used for
purposes to rehabilitate muscle and nerve injuries.
Someone then got the idea
that if they were good for rehabbing injuries, they could
also be valuable for
muscle development. However, they are limited to causing
the muscle to
isometrically seize and then relax, so they do twitch,
but there is no
movement of any joint through any range of motion. In
other words, stick to
traditional weight training if you are looking for any
kind of reasonable
muscle development. We are currently developing weight
which will shortly be available through this site. Stay
That's it for this time,
By: Larry Pazdra -CSCS
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