Increase Strength & Explosiveness Using the Pulse Device

The increased muscle activity as a result of localized vibration training (LVT) has been shown to increase isometric and dynamic force production, dramatically increasing maximal strength and power.

LV has also been shown to improve flexibility through increasing joint range of motion.

These improvements to force production, strength and power in combination with improved flexibility have been shown to result in improved performance through an increased jump height.

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Rudy Gazelle - Former Collegiate Athlete

Clear difference in strength

Whenever I use these devices I'm able to do more reps and even increase my pressing strength

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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.


Lance Devitry - Natural Bodybuilder


These things really give you deeper and stronger contractions.

Increase Activation

Increase Strength

mind-muscle connection

Improve Focus

Reduce Injury Risk

Improve Flexibility/ROM

muscle imbalance

Repair Imbalances

improving focus by using the pulse device

Enhance Mind-Muscle Connection

The Pulse Device emits vibrations that mimic a pulsation or a tapping feeling 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 training/rehabilitation technique called muscle tapping, where your spotter gently taps on your muscle while you're performing an exercise in order to increase engagement of said muscle. These attentional cues have been proven to increase muscle activity and even hypertrophy.

using the Pulse Device to increase strength

Increase Strength

The low-frequency vibrations used by the Pulse Device have been proven to increase strength by up to 21% during isolated 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.

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Increase Muscle Activation

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.

Repair Muscle Imbalances

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.

pulse device on a bicep

Target & Isolate Muscles

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.

Improve Flexibility & Range of Motion

Low-frequency vibration stimulates stretch receptors called muscle spindles. By doing so, the Pulse Device is able to increase your flexibility and range of motion so that you can move and feel better than ever.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the most common questions we get: