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Are you in need of a great recovery option?

Our PULSED RADIOFREQUENCY - MUSCLE RECOVERY & CONDITIONING employs a proprietary dynamic decaying waveform. This type of signal comfortably contracts muscles and then slowly releases them over a period of time. Muscle fibers are allowed to properly relax, and fluids are moved in and out of the area without causing fatigue to the muscle. The dynamic decaying nature of the Marc Pro waveform allows for other parameters to be significantly altered, and includes a pulse duration that is much longer than any other device on the market. During each contraction the signal is in the muscle for a longer period of time, allowing for a different level of recruitment. Fibers which are valuable, yet difficult to contract, can be stimulated. This leads to optimal recruitment for our conditioning and recovery goals, while preventing any discomfort, tetanization, or fatigue of the muscle.


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There are four main stages that regulate muscle recovery when you’re adequately hydrated, nourished, and rested. Muscle activation, which happens through movement, is vital to each stage.

Stage 1: Delivery of nourishment

To repair damaged tissue, nourishment and supplies need to be delivered to the area so the recovery process can begin. When your skeletal muscles are activated, they send a signal to your smooth muscles that surround blood vessels to relax. Once relaxed, your blood vessels dilate and circulation increases, allowing more nutrients and supplies to be transported to the damaged tissue.

Stage 2: Waste Removal

To keep waste from building up and leading to swelling or further damage, the next stage involves the process of removing waste. The lymphatic system is responsible for removing waste, but it’s a passive system. Activation of the muscles that surround lymphatic vessels is required to push out the waste.

Stage 3: Tissue Regeneration

During this stage of recovery, myokines are produced and released into your body. Myokines are the proteins in the body that drive tissue regeneration. Muscle activation provides the mechanical stress required to produce myokines so that your damaged tissue can be repaired.

Stage 4: Remodeling of Repaired Tissue

After tissue has been repaired, it then needs to be remodeled. When new tissue is formed, it creates a random pattern that makes it hard for the tissue to slide smoothly past one another. The tissue needs to be rearranged in straight lines so it can function properly. Mechanical stress, or movement, allows the repaired muscle tissue to optimally remodel. Failure to optimally remodel the repaired muscle tissue leads directly to dysfunctional movement.

How to Speed the Stages of Recovery

Movement is the natural facilitator for the recovery process. Normal amounts of movement (ie. doing your normal routine, errands, etc.) will result in a normal rate of recovery. However, if you’re training, lifestyle, or age requires you to recover quicker, you will need to do something out of your normal routine. Adding in the right amount of movement, or muscle activation, will speed the process.  This is why active recovery is a popular technique for athletes and is proven to be the most effective way to improve recovery. With traditional active recovery, there are some limitations that can effect your recovery results.




If your active recovery workout is too intense or too long, you'll start to cause more damage & fatigue, which is counterproductive for recovery. If you want more recovery, you can't just do more traditional active recovery.

Never causes fatigue so your body is able to fully rebuild. You're not limited on how long or often it can be used.

Certain muscles and areas of the body are hard to perform active recovery on. For example, while your legs may be easy to target, doing active recovery on you back may be more difficult.

Can be used to target almost any muscle in the body. Users are also able to target multiple muscles or groups of muscles at once (ie. target shoulders and quads at the same time).

Sometimes the thought of doing another workout, even if it is light, doesn't sound very appealing.

Extremely easy to use and doesn't require any physical effort on your part. It's also comfortable to use; just sit back and relax.

Most of us don't have the time to dedicate toward active recover workouts on top of our already busy schedule.

Can take advantage of active recovery while simultaneously doing other things like emails, phone calls, or watching TV.

Many active recovery exercises require additional equipment that isn't always available, such as a pool or bike.

Comfortable setting to recover in peace and relaxation.

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