Compex Edge 2.0 Muscle Stimulator with TENS Bundle Kit: Electric Muscle Stimulation Machine (EMS) , 12 Snap Electrodes, 4 Programs, Lead Wires, Battery, Case / 2 strength, 1 recovery, 1 TENS

December 16, 2018 - Comment

The Compex Edge 2.0 Muscle Stimulator Kit with TENS offers 4 different programs, two of which are dedicated to muscle training, another tailored to speedy muscle recovery, and TENS pain management. Within the muscle-training program, one targets endurance by increasing blood flow and activating slow-twitch muscle fibers. The other program caters to Resistance training by

Buy Now! $109.19Amazon.com Price
(as of April 20, 2020 5:30 am GMT+0000 - Details)

The Compex Edge 2.0 Muscle Stimulator Kit with TENS offers 4 different programs, two of which are dedicated to muscle training, another tailored to speedy muscle recovery, and TENS pain management. Within the muscle-training program, one targets endurance by increasing blood flow and activating slow-twitch muscle fibers. The other program caters to Resistance training by targeting both slow and fast-twitch muscle fibers. When you’re finished training, the third program helps to reduce lactic acid build-up, thereby speeding up recovery time and reducing the likelihood of sore muscles the day after.

Product Features

  • TENS PAIN MANAGEMENT – The Compex TENS program helps to decrease the intensity of pain and increase motion and function
  • INCLUDES 4 PROGRAMS (2 Strength, 1 Recovery, 1 TENS) – Features 4 Essential Programs that can help build Strength, Endurance, and battle back against sore muscles
  • INCREASE EXPLOSIVE STRENGTH – The Resistance, Strength and Explosive Strength programs are designed to activate fast twitch, Type II muscle fibers (think power and force). By applying Compex technology to your muscles, you can increase explosive strength
  • SPEEDY MUSCLE RECOVERY – Utilizing Compex Recovery Programs allows fresh oxygen and nutrients to be delivered to the muscles, helping to flush out lactic acid and prevent those aches and pains from DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness)

Comments

Anonymous says:

Pretty legit, made me a believer. I was intrigued about ems for awhile, but I could never justify the cost. Fast forward to an injury that required surgery, and I was looking for ways to regain strength faster once I get to a point in my rehab program that allows it, so I finally bit the bullet and got one. I haven’t been using it for rehab, but rather testing it on my thighs just to see what the fuss is about, and whether I might want to use it on my weaker muscles once they heal.Having used it, I think it’s a worthwhile addition. Here’s my take on each of the three included modes:active recovery- relatively pleasant, just kind of shakes the muscles and gets the blood flowing, seems to relieve tension in the muscle. I could see this being a godsend after leg-day or long runs. If you’ve ever had legs so sore it hurt to climb stairs following heavy physical exertion, you might really like this. You can easily do this while reading or watching TV.endurance- It contracts the muscles in…

Anonymous says:

Pros and Cons Pros:More powerful than the cheap Chinese TENS/EMS machines. I couldn’t get any of these to cause a tetanic quad contraction even turned all the way up. No problem doing that with the Compex.4 channels rather than the usual 2.Cons:They have engineered the cable end to mate only with Compex brand electrode snaps. Their brand is no better than the generics but is 4 times more expensive. In order to use the generic electrodes, you would have to grind down the tit in the inside of the cable button with a Dremel tool. If you do be careful because they charge more than half the cost of a new machine just to buy one replacement cable.There is no way to program the device. You are stuck with their programs and can’t change any of the parameters manually.

Anonymous says:

NOT for back pain, muscle spasms, joint pain and NO RETURNS! Misleading product info and NO RETURNS (not posted w/i description). NOT to be used for back pain, muscle spasms, joint pain, etc, per the enclosed written materials. Yet Manufacturer answered Que #1 for this device:Question: Can this be used for pack pain?Answer: Hello,Compex can certainly help back pain. Using programs such as the Pre-warm up and Active Recovery can help circulate blood flow to the area which creates a better healing environment, warms the muscle, and alleviates tension. The active recovery program also has a massage at the end that can help with tightness in the muscle.Hope this helps! see lessBy DJO GLOBAL CUSTOMER SERVICE TE… MANUFACTURER on December 19, 2016

Write a comment

*