Maximize Muscle Recruitment
As tension builds locally in muscle fibers the ability to activate and recruit muscle tissue for exercise or activities becomes greatly reduced. The working parts of each muscle fiber (Sarcomeres) must be able to move freely in order to generate strength for a desired action. When tension forms in and around muscle tissue the sarcomeres lock and bind creating a “knot” and eliminating the ability to recruit those parts of the fiber for the action. Using DCT™, one can isolate the restricted/bound sarcomeres in a muscle and release them immediately increasing the potential for muscle recruitment and thus the overall strength of the muscle.