Muscle Recovery and Conditioning Device by Marc Pro, Inc.
When was the last time you had the chance to apply electrodes to yourself or a loved one' Well, we have good news--the wait is over. The Marc (Muscle Activated Recovery Cascade) Pro uses electrical stimuli to shorten recovery time and increase the effectiveness of your training. It's actually pretty simple. You apply the electrodes to the areas tha are fatigued. The electrodes connect to the Marc Pro main unit in pairs. You can control the amount of electrical stimuli that runs through each pair. The electrical impulses create non-fatiguing muscle contractions that stimulate the production and activation of Nitric Oxide in the body. The chemical dilates the blood vessels, which leads to an increase in oxygenated bloodflow and nutrients to the desired area. Post-exercise waste and deoxygenated blood is flushed from the fatigued areas. The result is accelerated recovery and a decrease in down time between workouts. You can train more frequently and more effectively. The stimulation also leads to the production of more capillary blood vessels, which provide more oxygenated blood when you need it.
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Marc Pro, Inc.
Marc Pro, Inc. Muscle Recovery and Conditioning Device
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