EMS For Athletic Training

Tone-A-Matic EMS has been used by thousands of professional and amateur athletes for training and recovery. Compared to traditional exercise, Electric Muscle Stimulation activates a much higher percentage of muscle fibres. It also heals damaged tissue, improves blood flow, and eliminates toxic cellular waste. This allows for faster recovery from injuries, strenuous workouts, and athletic training.

Sprinter Usain Bolt using EMS technology
sprinter Usain Bolt using electronic stimulator machine - Tone-A-Matic Electronic Muscle Stimulators in Canada
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While Running has many benefits (such as increasing your endurance, promoting cardiovascular health, etc.), the effects of frequent running can take a toll on your body. Shin splints, muscle cramping and spasms, sprains, and other injuries are very common among long distance runners and track and field athletes.

Tone-A-Matic Electronic Muscle Stimulation not only helps build fast-twitch and low-twitch muscles, it also cuts down your recovery time significantly. The ability to target specific muscle groups, such as the calve muscles, will help improve stamina, power, endurance, and help prevent injuries.


Every tennis player knows that the sport engages more muscles than just those found in your upper body. Playing tennis involves almost every muscle group – starting with your feet and legs (calves, quads, hamstrings) to quickly jump and run, followed by your hips, obliques, abdominals, back, and finally arms and wrists.

Tone-A-Matic EMS is the perfect tool for any tennis player – whether professional or amateur. EMS will strengthen targeted muscles, and can help improve serve speeds and overall agility.

The Tone-A-Matic Elbow Brace is one of the most valuable things you can own as a tennis player. This brace is the perfect for anyone suffering from Lateral Epicondylitis, aka “Tennis Elbow”, which is caused by inflammation of the forearm muscles that are attached to the elbow. The brace is excellent for treating injuries, providing support, and reducing stress in this area.


It can be argued that football is one of the most strenuous sports on the body. It is extremely important for football players to undergo rigorous strength training and conditioning to build muscle mass so that they can improve their overall durability and compete safely.

While football players are susceptible to various injuries, electronic muscle stimulation can help prevent them. Using EMS to compliment your workout routine will allow you to maximize muscle growth more efficiently and will speed up recovery time.


One of the key factors of being a great soccer player is stamina. Although dribbling, passing, and scoring are all important, being able to run up and down the field for 90 minutes without exhausting your body is crucial. One way of developing this type of stamina is Cardio Training. The other method, which also has many benefits, is Strength Training.

This is where Tone-A-Matic EMS comes into play. Building your muscles will actually make it easier for you to move around the field because as your muscles get stronger, you can handle a lot more, thereby increasing your stamina.


Commonly known as America’s favorite pastime, baseball is a sport that requires power, speed, precision, and explosive performance. Electronic muscle stimulation has been proven to help players achieve these physical demands so that they can perform their best while on the field. Using EMS as part of training for baseball will allow you to isolate specific muscle groups that are especially important to the sport, such as your core, back, and arms. EMS has also become increasingly popular in helping pitchers recover faster because it promotes blood flow to muscles that need it the most such as the arms and shoulders.


Basketball is a high intensity sport that entails constant movement like sprinting, jumping, pivoting, shuffling, changing direction, shooting, rebounding, and the list goes on. EMS is widely used by players in the NBA and college as an alternative training method to increase speed, endurance, and strength.