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Placement of the electrodes for a tibialis anterior EMS training

The muscles of the tibia are the antagonists of the calf muscles. Usually the calf muscles are better trained than the shin muscle. For longer distances, therefore, pain in the shin will quickly occur. Strong shin muscles stabilise and support the tibia so that the foot does not twist and turn during walking and running. Tendinitis of the shin bone can also be caused by excessive or incorrect strain. Strengthen therefore with the EMS training and the appropriate EMS device your shin muscles to prevent pain and inflammation.

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To place the electrodes on the tibia

Here you can see how the adhesive electrodes are placed during EMS training of the shin muscles and which programs we recommend for strength training, endurance training and muscle mass. For this application, the following electrodes are very suitable: the 5x5 cm electrodes are very suitable for this application. Alternativly you can use the 4x4 cm electrodes.

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.

Tibialis anterior:

Beginners: Here we recommend the program P17.

Advanced: In this case we recommend program P19.

Do you still have questions about the correct electrode placement when working out the shin muscles?

Personal consultation by phone: +49 (0) 7152 - 353 911 - 0 or contact us.

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