Clinical Studies

Studies show that athletes can increase muscle size, strength and endurance within a few short weeks when combining Compex electric muscle stimulation with their training routines. In addition, research shows that athletes who use electric muscle stimulation as a recovery tool flush lactic acid out faster than those who don't, which gets them back to their sport quicker with greater capacity for top performance.

Physiological Changes in Muscles and Nerves | Electromyostimulation Training Effects on Neural Drive and Muscle Architecture

Gondin et al. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 2005, Volume 37(8) pp. 1291-1299. | Download PDF


Effects of an Electrostimulation Training Program on Strength, Jumping, and Kicking Capacities in Soccer Players

Billot et al., Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, May 2010, Vol. 24(5), pp. 1407-1413. | Download PDF


Effect of Three Different Between-Inning Recovery Methods on Baseball Pitching Performance

Warren et al., Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, March 2011, Volume 25(3), pp. 683-688. | Download PDF