Compex Sport Range - Your Training Partner
The wired SP 2.0 is the ideal training partner for athletes who practice their activity 1 or 2 times per week.
The wired SP 4.0 offers rehabilitation programs that can be helpful for athletes with frequent injuries who practice their activity 2-3 times per week
The wireless SP 6.0 includes all the features of SP 4.0, but with wireless features that ensure total freedom of movement.
The wireless SP 8.0 was designed for athletes and is the top of the range in terms of wireless Muscle Stim. This can be upgraded to the SP 8.0 WOD Edition, which comes with tonnes of additional extras.
Improve the capabilities of your muscles (eg: endurance, strength, explosive strength, power) by specifically targeting slow twitch or fast twitch muscle fibres.
To improve performance for endurance sports and activities.
To improve the ability to provide sustained high level effort.
To increase the maximum strength and speed of muscle contraction.
To improve explosivity of the muscle contraction.
To increase muscle tone and volume.
To prepare muscles before a competition.
To increase blood flow in the muscle.
To train different muscle work through different working sequences.
To strengthen the abs and lower back.
To increase muscle volume significantly.
To improve endurance or muscle resistance in the pre-competitive phase.
To improve ankle strength.
To prepare muscle before competition (short distance).
Tone, sculpt and build your muscles.
To recover muscle firmness.
To work on toning thighs.
To regain a slimmer waist.
To tone and firm up the buttocks.
To strengthen and tone the abs.
To increase muscle volume in the chest.
To increase muscle volume in the biceps.
To treat swelling of the feet and ankles.
To increase shoulders muscle volume.
To improve muscle strength with a slight increase in volume.
Increase blood flow, reduce muscle tension, and promote a relaxing effect to restore your muscles.
To generate a relaxing effect and soothe the muscles.
To recover after a physical effort.
To reduce the duration and intensity of muscle soreness post-workout.
To relieve feelings of tiredness.
To recover after an intense muscle fatigue/exertion.
Relieve and/or prevent aching pains and increase endorphin production.
To alleviate all types of localised pain.
To reduce muscle tension.
To create analgesic actions to block pain.
To reduce pains in the back.
To eliminate any heavy legs sensation.
To prevent muscle cramps.
To reduce pains in the neck.
To decrease persistent tendinitis pains.
To block the passage of acute lower back pain.
To decrease persistent elbow pains.
Regain muscle volume, strength and speed of contraction.
To regain muscle volume on muscle(s) that has been inactive for a long period.
To complete rehabilitation once the muscles have reached their normal volume.