Easy to attach on any muscle with a strap or adhesive. Just wear it and get going!
Measures electrical signals your muscles produce during training. Mpower is based on state-of-the-art sEMG signal analysis, which gives accurate information about muscle activation. Furthermore, the technology enables the measurement of fast and slow muscle fibers and detection of fatigue.
Measure any specific muscle or up to four muscles simultaneously.
Use Mpower to find out what kind of strength your training develops, whether it is endurance, speed and maximum strength or hypertrophy. Know what you want and train for the results you want.
Plan your workouts and training programs.
Record workouts, follow your performance on the go and compare your different training sessions.
Keep track of your progress and analyze every detail with charts and graphs.
Share your stats, get advice and tips for your training.
When muscles are activated, they produce electrical signal called EMG. Mpower uses a technology called surface EMG (sEMG) to measure and analyze muscle behavior during training.
The Mpower pod is attached to the skin surface over any muscle to measure EMG-signal as the muscle responds to the training exercises. The Mpower pod transmits the measurement data to the Mpower app for further analysis.
Based on the data, the Mpower app calculates multiple parameters that help users get the most out of their training.
The total of your slow and fast muscle fiber power during a single repetition. This helps you find the right technique to maximize your muscle activation.
Maximum momentary muscle activation during a single repetition. This tells you how your maximum activation is developing over time.
Your momentary fast muscle fiber activation power during a single repetition. This helps you ensure you are training the fast muscle fibers. You can also see when your fast muscle fiber activation level starts decreasing, which means that your fast muscle fibers are getting tired. Use this information for successful speed and explosive strength training.
Your maximum momentary fast muscle fiber activation power during a single repetition. This tells you how your maximum fast fiber activation is developing over time.
Cumulative activation power per muscle. Shows the activation volume during workout and a summary after the workout. You can also monitor the activation volume per exercise type and of all exercises for a specific muscle.
Cumulative fast activation power per muscle during your workout. Shows the fast activation volume during workout and a summary after the workout. You can also monitor the fast activation volume per exercise type and of all exercises for a specific muscle.
Distribution of activation power between slow and fast muscle fibers. See how much you are using your slow or fast muscle fibers.
Find out and compare the activation power between muscle pair, in other words similar muscles on the left and right side of your body.
Find out and compare the activation power between two arbitrary muscles.
See how your muscle fatigue develops. When the fast muscle fiber activation level decreases further, it is an indication of successful endurance strength training.