Can Compex improve my training? Compex Muscle Stimulation (NMES) for performance

This video goes into the research on the Compex muscle stimulation unit (NMES) and assessed how good it works for improved sporting performance.

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  • Deley, Ga√´lle, et al. “Effects of combined electromyostimulation and gymnastics training in prepubertal girls.” The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 25.2 (2011): 520-526.
  • Gondin, Julien, Patrick J. Cozzone, and David Bendahan. “Is high-frequency neuromuscular electrical stimulation a suitable tool for muscle performance improvement in both healthy humans and athletes?.” European journal of applied physiology 111.10 (2011): 2473.
  • Gondin, Julien, et al. “Electromyostimulation training effects on neural drive and muscle architecture.” Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 37.8 (2005): 1291-1299.

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