HOW IT WORKS
Vibration therapy uses sonic waves to strengthen your bones and muscles. It's helpful for athletes, those recovering from injuries, or anyone looking to build strength and stability in their body. Vibration therapy can be isolated to one part of the body, or it can be a full body experience. The vibrations force your muscles to contract and release very quickly, which helps them build strength. When performed on a regular basis, vibration therapy can dramatically improve muscle tone and mobility.
Whole Body Vibration Therapy
While vibration therapy can be localized by using a handheld device, it's most effective when done for the entire body. During a whole body vibration session, you will sit or lie on a vibrating device. The session lasts for about 15 minutes and can be done multiple times a week for the best results.
The vibration therapy can initially cause soreness and fatigue, but over time it will start to build strength. As with any workout, your body will start to adjust after multiple sessions and the soreness will start to lessen.
Vibration Therapy Benefits
There are many benefits to using vibration therapy. It has the potential to improve bone density, which can reduce your risk of breaking a bone. It can also improve your muscle strength, tone, and mobility. If you exercise frequently, vibration therapy can also reduce your chances of experiencing soreness after you work out.
The vibration can also increase your circulation, which helps your body heal more quickly from injuries and illnesses. Finally, many people find that vibration therapy helps to release stress and tension, so it's great for those with busy, demanding schedules. Anyone can benefit from incorporating vibration therapy into their routine, whether you're looking to improve your athletic ability or are just getting in shape.
“The human body resonates at the same frequency as Mother Earth."
While you stand on the vibration plate, your muscles contract and relax 30 times each second. Your body works to regain stability and build multiple muscle fibers.
15 minutes a day of whole-body vibration three times a week may aid in weight loss, help burn fat, improve flexibility, and enhance blood flow.
IMPROVE BONE DENSITY
15 minutes of vibration has been shown to improve bone density for osteoporosis prevention, management and improvement.