The muscles of the forearm extend from the fingers, through the hand and wrist to the front and back of the forearm. They are often forgotten during training sessions, although they are a fundamental support in the development of other muscles such as the biceps and triceps and important in preventing injuries to the elbow or wrist. For example, strong forearms lead to an improvement in grip strength. This type of strength enables us to keep a firm pressure on the hands or to carry shopping bags, for example. With the right EMS device you can strengthen your forearm muscles in a targeted manner!
(on the photo you can see the TENS-EMS device STIM-PRO X9 with the 5x5 cm electrodes)
To place the electrodes on the forearm
See how the electrodes are attached during forearm EMS training and which programs you need for strength training, endurance training and muscle mass. You can use the electrodes 5 x 5 cm for the application.
The ideal program for your application:
Since the stress sensations and goals of EMS training are very individual, we have compiled an overview with different requirements for you. Simply connect and attach electrodes, select the program and start the training:
All programs are included in our TENS-EMS device STIM-PRO X9.
Beginners: We recommend the using the program P17.
Advanced: In this case we recommend using the program P19.
Beginners: We recommend using the program P21.
Advanced: In this case we recommend using the program P23.
Beginners: We recommend using the program P25.
Advanced: In this case we recommend using the program P27.
Do you still have questions about the correct electrode placement when working out the forearm?
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