Marc Pro vs. Marc Pro Plus: What’s the Difference?
Two of the most frequent questions we get are, “How are the Marc Pro and Marc Pro Plus different?” and “Which one should I get?” Both devices use our patented technology to deliver the most effective results. However, there are a few key differences between the two.
What is the Marc Pro?
Recovery, Conditioning, and Performance
The Marc Pro creates non-fatiguing muscle contractions, meaning you can use the device for as long as you need to ensure a full recovery. By improving the recovery process, you can prevent overuse injuries, perform better, maintain proper biomechanics, reduce soreness/fatigue, train or play more often, maximize training results, and operate at your full potential. Marc Pro can also be used as a warm-up tool to loosen up muscles. Plus, using Marc Pro consistently is shown to improve vascular capacity (conditioning), so your muscles can do more and last longer before they break down again. The Marc Pro achieves all of these benefits in one comfortable, easy-to-use setting and is set at 2Hz.
Where can I use it? Marc Pro can be used to target any muscle group.
What is the Marc Pro Plus?
Recovery, Conditioning, Performance & Pain Relief
The Marc Pro Plus offers all the benefits of the standard Marc Pro on the LOW setting (2Hz). The main difference is that this device also offers an additional HIGH setting (60Hz) which is used to provide very significant and lasting pain relief. The HIGH setting will make you feel substantially better but does not have the rehabilitative benefit of the LOW setting. This setting is designed for more intense nerve-related pain, as opposed to muscle soreness which can be addressed with the LOW setting. Also, the HIGH setting feels much different from the LOW setting. Users will feel a strong, yet comfortable buzzing sensation instead of muscle contractions.
Where can I use it? The LOW setting on Marc Pro Plus can be used to target any muscle group. The HIGH setting can be used to target pain in the knees, ankles, shoulders, back, neck, hips, elbows, and wrists.
*The Marc Pro Plus can also be put into manual mode allowing users to select their own frequency between 1-70Hz.
Which is Right for Me?
Marc Pro: If your goal is to enhance recovery, elevate performance, eliminate soreness/fatigue, prevent overuse injuries, and improve conditioning.
Marc Pro Plus: If you are dealing with pain that is beyond muscle soreness or if you like to experiment with new protocols and applications (for example, Brian Mackenzie shows how to use the Marc Pro Plus to release tight, locked up muscles). If you want the ability to shut down pain as well as enhance recovery, elevate performance, eliminate soreness/fatigue, prevent overuse injuries, and improve conditioning.
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