Why Are Vibration Machines All the Rage?

15 Dec
2010

Wednesday, 17 March

While it always seems that there is some new fitness craze sweeping the land at any given minute, the one that I have perhaps been asked the most about is the vibration machine. These machines are surprisingly effective, and their no impact workouts have led many to purchase them. Others are skeptical, however, and I frequently find myself defending the popularity of a machine that, effectively, vibrates the user into better health. While it can be easy to dismiss the notion of vibration machines being able to improve health, it is important to look into them. A far cry  rom the vibrating belts that became an exercise craze in the 1950’s, these machine work to increase circulation, reduce muscle loss, and improve strength. Moreover, they can help users rebuild healthy and strong muscle tissue without the need for strenuous exercise. Recent studies also show that these machines help release endorphins, which are able to reduce depression and anxiety, increase energy, and boost concentration.

People using these machines for the first time often tell me that they are surprised at the amount of benefit that can be seen almost immediately. While weight loss and fitness are goals that take a great deal of time to achieve, vibration machines are able to help alleviate aches and pains and improve the mood. Long term benefits include faster injury recovery, increased stamina and strength, increased bone density, and reduced cellulite appearance. These machines can also help stimulate the production of collagen, which helps reduce the physical signs of aging.

Users who are seeking a more comprehensive workout will certainly be pleased to know that vibration machines can become an integral part of many workouts. These platforms are designed to offer vibration not only while standing still, but while enjoying yoga or Pilates. Using the machine while you are dumbbell training can also help make your workout more comprehensive and effective. There are numerous reasons why vibration machines are so popular. They are enjoyed by numerous celebrities and have become a staple in some of the most high tech and classiest gyms around the world. The notion of vibrating one’s way to health might sound too good to be true, but these machines are backed by years of research and science. There are numerous benefits to people with a variety of needs and conditions. As these machines increase in popularity, I expect to receive more and more messages from users who are simply astonished at the many things a simple machine can
accomplish.

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