Mr Philipp G. Schwarz, Chairman
Apr 28, 2015.
Europe 2015 Presentation - GLUCE*
Europe 2015 Audio Presentation - GLUCE*
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Isometric EMS training can already reduce cramp susceptibility, stimulate the metabolism, increase capillary growth and blood flow and shorten regeneration cycles. Research suggests to combine EMS with targeted dynamic movement patterns. Preliminary findings show that mobile dynamic EMS shows its best results, if it get's integrated directly into the sport specific movement.
Speaker Biography (Philipp G. Schwarz)
Philipp G. Schwarz (born 1971 in Kiel, Germany, father of three) studied Business Administration in Hamburg and Munich. Beside his function as Head of Research and Development at GLUCE, Schwarz is Co-founder of Wearable Life Science GmbH, which developed the first Active-Sportswear with integrated EMS-system. He gained his skills as Serial Entrepreneur (getyourcar, m-broker, Motonautic), Independent consultant, member of executive and supervisory boards at several start-up companies (e-Sixt, sleeq, stayfriends).
As a passionate athlete Schwarz competes in any kind of sports (triathlon, cross-country skiing, long distance swimming).
Company Profile (GLUCE)
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Founded in October 2014, the Global Understanding Center of Electronic muscle stimulation (GLUCE) is focused in the research and investigation of the effects of Electronic muscle stimulation (EMS).
EMS is a proven and hazard-free training technology, which is widely supported by many studies. EMS uses muscle contraction by means of electrical impulses. Due to its high efficiency, this method has been widely applied in the professional sports and it is also gaining ground in the lifestyle segment.
Based in Frankfurt (Germany), GLUCE is the leading interest group of the EMS industry and combines its knowhow. Founding members are the EMS specialized companies Wearable Life Science, FAST FORMS and fitbox.