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Compex Performance Muscle Recovery System

Compex Performance Muscle Recovery System

  • $ 60000


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The Performance US Stimulator features 5 programs with 5 levels of progression used for physical preparation, muscle recovery and injury prevention. Help increase blood flood and oxygen to muscles using the low frequency Pre-Warm Up program before workouts or competitions. Choose from Endurance, Resistance or Strength programs to suit the particular needs of athletes. The Active Recovery® program reduces lactic acid buildup and promotes muscle relaxation for faster recovery, keeping your athletes in the game and exceeding your training expectations.

Product Info

  • Neuromuscular Electrical Muscle Stimulation (NEMS) device and accessories.
  • Recommended for the fitness enthusiasts and/or competitive athletes.
  • Features 5 programs with 5 levels of progression: Endurance, Resistance, Strength, Active Recovery® and Pre-Warm Up.

Includes

  • Performance US Muscle Stimulator
  • Battery Charger
  • CD with User Manual
  • Electrode Placement Guidebook
  • Carrying Case
  • Easy Snap Electrode Lead Wires
  • 2” x 4” Easy Snap Gel Electrodes
  • 2” x 2” Easy Snap Gel Electrodes

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