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    Electric Muscle Stimulator

    When I first started having light weakness in my legs I brought then what was a top of range Electric Muscle Stimulator (Compex 8.0)
    Physiotherapists use them and athletes.

    Cost around 1k at the time but can pick them up around £700,even cheaper ones probably do same at around £200

    When it starts up it does a muscle respons to electric impulses test to see what level to start off at. I always noticed my left bicep and quad was around 50% less responsive.

    Turns out this little machine was already telling me I had muscle damage as mri scans later showed exact issues with muscle breakdown on those areas.

    I find it really useful and use it on all muscles at different settings to contract the muscle and even build up muscle strength and conditioning.

    I highly recommend it

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