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Marc Pro, Inc. Muscle Recovery and Conditioning Device

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Muscle Recovery and Conditioning Device

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.

  • Faster recovery
  • More frequent workouts
  • Increase in capillary blood vessels
  • Item #MPR0001

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 3


I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

How is this better than a simple TENS machine that costs less than 1/10th the price?

Unlike a TENS unit; The H-Wave’s unique electronic frequency works on the lymphatic system and increases natural pain releasing endorphins that continue long after the application session. On the low frequency setting it engages the affected muscle group without fatigue. It is also able to engage the small fast twitch muscle fibers that need healing.

>Rating: 5

Love my MarcPro Unit

I've used it several times

No question...this is an amazing device. BUT...I'm tired of paying for the overpriced replacement pads. Would any 2mm pin opening pad work with this device?

>Rating: 5

Wonderful After Crazy Workouts

I've put it through the wringer

I've been using this for the last couple of weeks and I can say that it has helped me go full throttle during my workouts day in day out. Its always a given that I am crazy sore from workouts the day before but this thing really does flush out all the nasty crap in my system that I'd have to spend hours of walking and mid day mini workouts just work off the soreness. Instead i just strap myself in for hour or so and I'm good to go. It's a shame I didn't get a chance to try the PLUS version of this but I'm sure it would work just as well. Hope Backcountry carries it one day.... hint hint....

>Rating: 5

Worth it.

I've put it through the wringer

I got this during the winter when I was running a lot to cross-train, and it definitely was worth it. I'm not one to usually get sore, so I was a little skeptical that it could do anything for me, but it did. I usually do 30-45 minutes of quads, then glutes, then hamstrings if I have time (just pop the electrodes on and sit down to do work). Sometimes I notice the difference right away, but if I don't, I do the next day when I am about to start my workout (I did the control a few times of just doing one leg and not the other, that is when you will really feel the benefit of this). It allows me to recover much faster and get more out of my hard workouts. Oh, and if you are careful (or you don't mind taping them on), the electrodes can last quite a while.

>Rating: 5

This thing is so awesome!

I've put it through the wringer

So I was reading about recovery tips and massages. Massages sound so unappealing, having a stranger rub all over you for an hour @ $100 a pop. So I ran across this devise. I figured it pays for itself in 6 uses compared to a massage and after the 1st use I was sold. I completed a solid 2hr LT interval workout, zapped myself ( No Pain at all) for an hour at Level 6, went to bed and climbed Col d'Lzoard the next day like I was on well rested legs. It works, get it.

>Rating: 5

Great write up by Peloton Magazine