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Research.

The scientific validation behind Myovolt's Wearable Vibration Therapy technology.

Pioneers of wearable
vibration therapy.

Myovolt is the result of many years of research and development by experts with a track record of designing performance-enhancing technology for elite and Olympic athletes.

By harnessing the power of localized vibration therapy, Myovolt has been proven to dramatically reduce muscle soreness, shorten recovery time and has become an essential recovery tool for physically active people around the world.

Focal vibration therapy.

Myovolt applies Focal Vibration Therapy, a technique in which a tuned range of vibration frequencies are directed at specific muscle groups or soft tissue areas.

This technique has a massaging effect and stimulates nitric oxide production, which then enhances localized circulation and blood flow. Circulation improvement assists with lactic acid removal from muscles.

Vibration Therapy is supported by a wide body of research in sports science and medical fields with physiological benefits. Which include promoting circulation, boosting muscle power, relaxing muscles and ligaments, reducing pain, stimulating nerves, improving proprioception and alleviating Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS).

Recover from muscle
stress and damage faster.

Using Myovolt after minor muscle damage from hard exercise or training can significantly accelerate recovery.

Recovery times can be dramatically shortened with a reduction in Creatin Kinase blood levels from damaged muscles, a quicker return of flexibility and range of motion and significant reduction in DOMS.

Warm-up muscles
faster before training.

Using Myovolt to warm up before exercise or training increases mean and peak muscle power off-the-mark by increasing blood flow to the muscles. This also increases flexibility and will reduce injury risk.

Reduce muscle
and joint soreness.

Using Myovolt for 10 minutes can reduce muscle and joint soreness immediately therefore can be used as a regular soreness relief tool. Myovolt relaxes the tissues whilst also increasing pain threshold after hard exercise or muscle stress.

Increase flexibility
and range of motion.

Myovolt can increase flexibility and range of motion after just 10 minutes of use. Massaging the tissues and removing lactic acid or metabolic waste faster results in easier body movement.

Increasing and
supporting circulation.

Myovolt can promote vascular circulation in the muscles providing improvement in mobility and ease of movement.

Reduce DOMS
after hard training.

Using Myovolt after hard training or exercise reduces the level of soreness and stiffness
caused by DOMs (Delayed onset of Muscle Soreness). Range of Motion affected by DOMS
is also recovered faster.

Myovolt studies.

Myovolt has been the subject of independent clinical studies published in international peer reviewed journals. Below you can find these studies.

Research.

The scientific validation behind Wearable Vibration Therapy tech.

Pioneers of wearable
vibration therapy.

Myovolt is the result of many years of research and development by experts with a track record of designing performance-enhancing technology for elite and Olympic athletes.

By harnessing the power of localized vibration therapy, Myovolt has been proven to dramatically reduce muscle soreness, shorten recovery time and has become an essential recovery tool for physically active people around the world.

Focal vibration therapy.

Myovolt applies Focal Vibration Therapy, a technique in which a tuned range of vibration frequencies are directed at specific muscle groups or soft tissue areas.

This technique has a massaging effect and stimulates nitric oxide production, which then enhances localized circulation and blood flow. Circulation improvement assists with lactic acid removal from muscles.

Vibration Therapy is supported by a wide body of research in sports science and medical fields with physiological benefits. Which include promoting circulation, boosting muscle power, relaxing muscles and ligaments, reducing pain, stimulating nerves, improving proprioception and alleviating Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS).

Recover from muscle
stress and damage faster.

Using Myovolt after minor muscle damage from hard exercise or training can significantly accelerate recovery.

Recovery times can be dramatically shortened with a reduction in Creatin Kinase blood levels from damaged muscles, a quicker return of flexibility and range of motion and significant reduction in DOMS.

Warm-up muscles
faster before training.

Using Myovolt to warm up before exercise or training increases mean and peak muscle power off-the-mark by increasing blood flow to the muscles. This also increases flexibility and will reduce injury risk.

Reduce muscle
and joint soreness.

Using Myovolt for 10 minutes can reduce muscle and joint soreness immediately therefore can be used as a regular soreness relief tool. Myovolt relaxes the tissues whilst also increasing pain threshold after hard exercise or muscle stress.

Increase flexibility
and range of motion.

Myovolt can increase flexibility and range of motion after just 10 minutes of use. Massaging the tissues and removing lactic acid or metabolic waste faster results in easier body movement.

Increasing and
supporting circulation.

Myovolt can promote vascular circulation in the muscles providing improvement in mobility and ease of movement.

Improving mobility
and gait.

Myovolt can improve mobility, gait, cadence and walking speed for those with neurological impairments such DPN (Diabetic peripheral neuropathy).

Reducing pain, improving balance, sensation and walking ability.

Myovolt can reduce pain and improve walking ability, balance and sensation for those with neurological impairments such DPN (Diabetic peripheral neuropathy).

Reduce DOMS
after hard training.

Using Myovolt after hard training or exercise reduces the level of soreness and stiffness caused by DOMs (Delayed onset of Muscle Soreness). Range of Motion affected by DOMS is also recovered faster.

Myovolt
studies.

Myovolt has been the subject of independent clinical studies published in international peer reviewed journals. Below you can find these studies.

Int J Sports Medicine. 2016 Feb;37(2):144-8.

Supporting
studies.