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Improve Health and Fitness with Whole Body Vibration Machines

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The great thing about whole-body vibration machines is that it doesn't take a lot of time to get a high-quality workout. Even in just 10 minutes has been shown to have the same effect as 60 minutes of exercise at the gym. You can generate maximum results in the areas of muscle health, hormone health, weight loss, balance, and many other places of benefit with the best whole-body vibration.

Depending on your current ability and goals, there are three different ways to use a Whole Body Vibration Machine to exercise. These apply to high-quality oscillating or pivotal vibration machines instead of linear vibration machines, which are pretty different.

  1. You can stand on the whole body vibration platform and make slight adjustments in your body position. The vertical support can be used to maintain balance if necessary. This will vary the muscle fibers used. The effects are dozens of different exercises are produced just by making these slight tweaks. You can lean back and feel your back muscles being worked out, or you can lean forward and feel your abs being engaged. You can squat a little or a lot or move from left to right. Due to the unusual movement of the vibration machine, you will find that you are working many of your core muscles by just standing on the platform. The machine does the hard work allowing you to keep exercises simple.
  2. You can vary the intensity. You may want to use a pyramid method, starting low and then going high back to low again, or you might feel more comfortable starting low and building up. As you use your machine, you will also notice that certain positions work better than others at certain speeds. Lower intensity levels 1-5 (7-26 Hz) are best used for muscle relaxation, joint flexibility, pain reduction, balance, coordination, rehabilitation, and neuromuscular training. The more intense levels 6-10 (19-28 Hz) are best used for body toning, building muscle strength and power, and weight loss. Keep in mind. You do not have to use the highest speeds right away to get results; you can work your way up gradually and reap all the benefits of whole-body vibration in the meantime.

 

  1. If you want to target a specific area such as thighs, buns, or abs, position your legs or body in a position that works those areas. Start holding positions for 1-4 minutes each, depending on the status and your strength. Choose positions such as a squat, plank, side plank, lunge, downward dog, or calf raise and hold it there. Use a digital timer by the machine to make sure you know exactly how much time you have left to hold it. Holding positions like this is called a static hold. You are not moving within them. You are staying still. You can make dynamic moves, where you move within the position, as well. These can be very challenging to do for even one minute. Some examples are doing pushups, making a lunge where you are bending one knee down to the ground, or doing step-ups on one side of the platform.

 

Are you looking for vibrating machines for weight loss? Look no further! Vibrant Health provides the best Whole Body Vibration for every part of you — your body and your mind! Check out the highest quality Whole Body Vibration on our website. Call us today at 877-422-8423.

 

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