A revolution in EMS devices.
unique CMM Pulse.
The EMS theory described by Toshio Moritani, who discovered that the 20 Hz frequency is the most effective in training; MTG's development prowess in solving the pain issue that is associated with low frequencies, through their proprietary waveform; and Cristiano Ronaldo’s training method. The result of the synergy of these three elements is the CMM Pulse core technology, making SIXPAD a revolution in EMS training gear.
＊CMM Pulse is a registered trademark of MTG.
20 Hz - A frequency that can
train muscles effectively.
Proven by global authorities in sports medicine.
Toshio Moritani is a driving authority in the field of sports science and has been doing research on the training effects of EMS for over 40 years. The various EMS devices available in the market are set at a variety of frequencies, but Moritani focussed on the mechanism of muscle development and discovered that effective training of the muscles is achieved at a frequency of 20 Hz. His studies are garnering a great amount of attention from researchers around the world.
Emeritus Professor, Kyoto University
Born in Hyogo Prefecture in 1950. Served as President, Director and Councillor in many learned societies including the International Society for Electrophysiology and Kinesiology and the International Society of Biomechanics. Was the world's first to evaluate the neurological factor in muscle growth.
Tests have shown that when frequencies higher than 20 Hz are used, muscle tension falls off after about 60 seconds. The muscle's neurophysiological requirements cannot be met, and the effect of training leaves rather a lot to be desired. The conclusion is that when 20 Hz is used, muscle tension is maintained over time, which allows for sustained efficient training. Ref:Moritani et al.Exp Neurol 88:471-483,1985
Moritani et al.Exp Neurol 88:471-483,1985
When exercised, muscles use energy and consume oxygen. It has been demonstrated that more oxygen is consumed and training efficacy is higher at 20 Hz than at other frequencies.
Materials Provided By : Emeritus Professor Toshio Moritani, Kyoto University