Marc Pro

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What is the Marc Pro? 

  • Better Recovery: Speed the body's natural recovery process 
    through advanced active recovery
  • Improved Performance: When your body is recovered and feeling 
    good you can give 100%
  • Injury Prevention: A lack of recovery leads to overuse. Marc Pro will 
    allow you to recover faster and more fully to prevent 
    overuse injuries, without compromising your 
    training schedule

Are you an athlete who isn’t progressing as much as you’d like? Do you suffer from pain that is throwing off your performance? Maybe you don’t want to cut back on your activities or training, but are worried about inevitable overuse injuries. When you’re ready to take your health and recovery seriously, pick up a Marc Pro. Better recovery means better performance, fewer over-use or fatigue-related injuries, and doing more of what you love…better. Marc Pro has engineered an electronic muscle stimulator that is unlike anything else on the market. This is not a pain-masking or ab-building gadget. Its patented technology creates non-fatiguing muscle contractions; which optimally stimulates the circulatory and lymphatic systems, without any discomfort or stress on the tissues. This ability to flush waste out of the area and deliver increased nourishment into the area without any fatigue is the foundation of recovery. More fully recovering with Marc Pro will get rid of muscle soreness, reduce the likelihood of injury, maximize training gains, and allow you to perform at your very best. All of this can be done with a portable, comfortable, easy to use device that can be applied to any muscle on the body. It’s as easy as hooking up for a 30-60 minute session while you’re reading, watching TV or on the computer. Whether you’re a professional athlete or a weekend warrior, Marc Pro is the best choice to maintain your peak performance.


“Anytime I have been challenging my recovery resources the last several years, the Marc Pro has been by my side.  It has been an instrumental part of the recovery methods I’ve used as I chased and completed never before attempted feats of strength and/or world records.” -  Chris Duffin, Co-Owner and CVO @ Kabuki Strength


What’s Included?

Each purchase includes the following items developed and tested for optimal results:


  • Marc Pro device
  • 6 packages of electrodes
  • 2 lead wires
  • 1 charger
  • User manual
  • Carrying case


Why Elite Athletes Use Marc Pro  


The Marc Pro is intended for muscle conditioning by stimulating muscle in order to improve or facilitate muscle performance. The Marc Pro is also intended to be used for temporary relief of pain associated with sore and aching muscles in the shoulder, waist, back, neck, upper extremities (arm), and lower extremities (leg) due to strain from exercise and normal household and work activities.

* Marc Pro is not intended for adjunctive therapy in the treatment of medical diseases any conditions of any kind.



Click here to learn more about the 4 stages of recovery.

Marc Pro 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.



Traditional Static Square Waveform Almost all electrical stimulation devices on the market use a traditional square waveform. A static square waveform contracts the muscle at full power, holds it at that full power, then instantly and fully releases the muscle. This type of signal can create very strong contractions that were appropriate for the original electrical stimulation goals of muscle re-education. However this unnatural signal can be harsh, and in some cases quite uncomfortable and fatiguing. With more modern recovery goals this root technology can be limiting.


Compare Marc Pro to Other EMS Devices

In its tech and its results, Marc Pro is unlike any other electrical muscle stimulator device available. Marc Pro uses unique, non-fatiguing muscle contractions that allow your body to recover faster and reduce pain, long after the device is turned off. Here’s how Marc Pro’s lasting effects compare to other electrical stimulators.


Tens Units

These devices are used to mask pain signals. While some relief can be achieved when the device is on, they do not provide any lasting relief or recovery benefit.

Marc Pro vs Tens


Traditional/Common Muscle Stimulators

These devices were originally designed for use in therapy, primarily for muscle re-education. In order to re-educate atrophied muscles, these devices activate muscles with harsh tetanizing contractions. For this purpose, creating fatiguing muscle contractions is ideal. However, they are counter-productive for recovery.


AB Building Gadgets

These gadgets are marketed to help you build muscles while you’re sitting on the couch watching TV. We are firm believers that the only true way to build muscle and make strength improvements is through training, nutrition, and recovery.


Sports Performance/Recovery Devices

These devices are intended to improve recovery and performance. While they can provide some benefit, they are often limited by their technology, which is derived from the traditional muscle stimulators designed to re-educate and fatigue muscles. Marc Pro uses a unique technology that never fatigues muscles so you can recover fully.

Often times, these other devices are complicated to use and require users to select from a variety of programs and intricate placements. Marc Pro is very easy and simple to use. One setting provides multiple benefits so you don’t have to choose just one.


How to Use

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Modes of Operation

Low Frequency: Marc Pro, Marc Pro Plus Multiple Benefits, One Comfortable Setting The low frequency mode is set at 2 Hz and is extremely comfortable and easy to use. Using Marc Pro will provide all of the following benefits simultaneously, no separate programs needed. Our devices use a gentle signal and low voltage so that the experience with Marc Pro is enjoyable. Most importantly, using Marc Pro is simple. Setup is easy and doesn’t require you to be an anatomy expert. One setting simultaneously accomplishes these core benefits. There’s no need to go through separate programs to accomplish all your goals.




The 4 Stages of Recovery

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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.