Whole-Body Electrical muscle stimulation Improves Performance-Related Parameters in Runners

Conclusion

whole body electrical muscle stimulation improves performance related parameters in runners


In conclusion, our results suggest that a 6-week WB-EMS training program (six training sessions) combined with a significant reduction in endurance training, improved VO2max, VT1, VT2, RE, and vertical jump, which are related to running performance in recreational runners. Therefore, WB-EMS could be an effective training methodology to produce improvements in performance of recreational runners despite reductions in endurance training and to avoid detraining when aerobic training is reduced for certain reasons.

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