Tap into your potential with the Pulse Device
The Pulse Device emits vibrations that mimic a pulsation or a tapping motion onto your muscles. This repetitively draws your attention back to the muscle and drastically improves your focus and proprioception (muscle sense). This concept is based off an old bodybuilding technique called "muscle tapping", where your spotter gently taps on your muscle while you're working out in order to increase engagement of said muscle. These attentional cues have been proven to increase EMG activity by up to 40%.
The Pulse Device utilizes low-frequency vibrations that are proven to help you recruit up to 97% of the muscle fibers in a target muscle compared to a standard workout that recruits a maximum of 40% of muscle fibers in a target muscle. This occurs because your muscle is forced to try and stabilize itself while it vibrates, which leads to that same muscle working substantially harder while you lift. This facilitates stronger contractions that lead to more results.
By providing a cue that trains your brain to know exactly where specific muscles are, the Pulse Device helps users repair even their most stubborn muscle imbalances. These imbalances can be a result of performance differences (ie. using one side more than another), injury, or neurological defect. Whether you have a lagging muscle that just won't seem to grow, or you've had an injury that has prevented you from isolating a certain muscle, we got you.
Not feeling the right muscle working? This is due to secondary muscles and joints picking up the slack during your workout. By placing the Pulse Device onto a specific muscle, your attention is drawn away from these secondary groups and you're able to target and isolate the primary muscle that you actually intended on working during your lift. This ensures that you'll feel your workout in the right place and not put unnecessary stress on adjacent areas.
The low-frequency vibrations used by the Pulse Device have been proven to increase strength by up to 21% during isometric exercises. Please note that the Pulse Device is not meant to be used during compound lifts where your body is supposed to be utilizing a variety of different muscles at the same time.
The low-frequency vibrations used by the Pulse Device have also been shown to drastically improve blood flow. This can potentially help decrease recovery time and reduce delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS).
Trusted by Fitness Professionals
Eileen Sarai - ISAA Certified Personal Trainer
Great for Clients
A lot of my clients need help isolating certain muscles. When I use the devices with them, they're really impressed with how much it makes them improve the focus to their muscles and feel their workouts.
Jordan Figueroa- Ex Professional MMA Fighter / US Operator
Love the arm activation
I've been weightlifting since I was practically a kid and I still struggle to target my triceps to this day. I don't think I had ever properly activated them until I tried the Pulse Device.
Lance Devitry - Natural Bodybuilder
These things really give you deeper and stronger contractions.
Cole Krensky - Rugby Player
Impressed with the results
I am very impressed with my Pulse Device purchase. It is incredible how much of a difference it makes both in overall exercise focus and targeted muscle work.