A Recent Study Showed that Marc Pro™ Improved Muscle Performance by Boosting Blood Flow 247 Percent
Review of Marc Pro™ muscle conditioning device in a leading journal suggests that the device elicits angiogenesis, the process involving the growth of new blood vessels from pre-existing vessels.
Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
The Marc Pro™ device is capable of generating new blood vessels and boosting blood flow 247 percent, speeding up the recovery of fatigued muscles, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Exercise Physiology.
In the study, researchers evaluated the device's effects on blood flow and angiogenesis in the hind limbs of test subjects. Simply stated, angiogenesis is the growth of new blood vessels. And more blood vessels means quicker recovery and better performance for athletes.
The results showed initial use of the Marc Pro™ electrical stimulation device boosted blood flow to affected limbs by 200 percent. When the device was used for three weeks on test subjects, blood flow increased 25 percent, suggesting the body had more capacity to deliver nourishment as angiogenesis occurred in the treated region.
The Journal of Exercise Physiology article is the latest in a spectrum of positive studies that tout the Marc Pro's™ ability to speed recovery.
In a similar study published last year, individuals who used Marc Pro™ after exhaustive leg extension exercises showed a 61 percent reduction in muscle fatigue and an 18 percent hike in endurance.
The Marc Pro™ is intended for muscle conditioning by stimulating muscles in order to improve or facilitate muscle performance. The technology has been used for years in sports medicine and with players and trainers from more than 40 professional teams. The technology has been researched extensively in multiple peer-reviewed published articles.
International fitness lecturer Wayne Wescott, who has penned 24 books and 1,500 articles on the subject, said his own research on the Marc Pro device has been positive.
“I personally use and highly recommend this excellent tool,” Wescott said.
Professional cyclist Davide Frattini, who rode with the United Healthcare Pro Cycling Team, says he brings his Marc Pro™ with him every time he travels to a race, anywhere in the world.
“It's small enough to fit in my back pack,” he said. “Marc Pro™ quickly became an important ally for my job as a professional athlete. It helped me to recover between stages and after hard training days."
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