The Electric Workout: Can You Be Shocked Into Shape?

It’s a workout said to be 150 times more intense than an average session in the gym, and it’s used by some of the world’s top athletes. The shocking secret? Electricity. WSJ’s Niki Blasina reports.

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  1. If this was truly 150 times more intense than a single session at the gym, wouldn't the strain on the body would most likely send you into shock, a coma, or even death after a couple days? Regardless of the efficiency, your body needs to exert 150 times more energy if you wish to gain 150 times the results.

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