In addition to increased lymphatic drainage is increased muscle strength. NASA studies the benefits of a vibraplate as an antidote to muscle atrophy. Also increased flexibility, mobility, improves balance and decreases stress.
Performing strength exercises isometrically, such as a squat, lunge, pushup or triceps dip, on a Vibrating Plate helps build muscle in a short period of time. According to Idea Health & Fitness Association, studies support the training modality as an effective way to create gains in muscular strength and power. Performing each exercise for 30 to 90 seconds once a day, three times a week induces results.
A study published by the “Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise” journal found that whole-body vibration training, such as that on a Vibra Plate, is effective for reducing the risk of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women by increasing lumbar bone mineral density and leg strength. Keeping adequate bone density helps stave off osteoporosis and the associated degeneration of body function.
Whole-body vibration training improves flexibility, even in elite athletes. A study in the April 2006 issue of the journal “Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise” conducted by the U.S. Olympic Committee found that vibration training increased range of motion beyond what was attained with static stretching in highly trained male gymnasts.
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