Tucker et al
The use of OnPulse™ technology for neuromuscular electrostimulation of the muscles in the lower leg significantly increases blood flow and velocity back to the heart.
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Beaven et al
Electrostimulation produced both psychometric and physiological recovery benefits in professional male rugby players when combined with a lower-body compression garment.
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Ferguson et al
The use of firefly™ for NMES immediately after a training session did not have a detrimental effect on muscle adaptation.
The use of firefly™ (NMES) is superior to compression socks in reducing perceived muscle soreness following intense intermittent endurance exercise.
Pelech et al
The firefly™ device considerably increased blood flow which could benefit training recovery and injury healing, without significantly increasing metabolic activity in the calf muscle.
Taylor et al
The use of firefly™ (NMES) aids the physiological and psychological measures of recovery that can lead to significant increases in performance 24 hours post strenuous exercise. firefly™ offers an easily applied recovery strategy which may have particular application during sleep and travel.