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Whole Body Vibration (WBV) Technology

Whole Body Vibration (WBV) Technology
Whole Body Vibration, or WBV, is not a new technology. In fact WBV has been around for the past 40 years. Russian scientists worked with and fine-tuned this technology for years. They used this technology for many years to help rehabilitate their cosmonauts after they returned from space to help repair muscles from atrophy and bone density due to the weightlessness of space. They also used this technology to prevent injury to their Olympic athletes. In the event one of their athletes did injure themselves, they were put on the WBV plate to rehabilitate the injury.

Here is how the Power Vibe™ and Whole Body Vibration can help you:

• Accelerates Weight Loss
WBV stimulates all cells in the body to function at a higher rate, which in turn increases the metabolism causing more fuel to be burnt which helps to accelerate weight loss.

• Reduces Cellulite
WBV causes increased local circulation to targeted areas, in turn giving the visible cellulite area a "smoother" look.

• Reduces Varicose Veins
WBV causes increased lymph drainage, which lowers the pressure in varicose veins so the valves of the veins can close off.

• Increases Energy
WBV stimulates all cells in the body, increases blood flow, and oxygen intake and stimulates metabolism to help flushes out toxins.

• Increases Bone Density
There are two types of bone cells. Osteoblasts (bone maker) and Osteoclasts (bone shaper) Bone loss is due to more Osteoclast than Osteoblast cells. WBV stimulates more weight bearing exercise and gravity stimulates osteoblast cells.

• Improves Muscle Strength
WBV improves muscle strength the same way as regular exercise does. Vibrations lengthen and shorten the fibers how ever many times per second that you have the frequency set at, which is more efficient and increases strength.

• Enhances Wellness
WBV increases blood flow, lymph drainage, oxygenation of cells, the release of endorphins, and detoxification of the body.

• Enhances Detoxification
WBV works from the inside out. Waste products are expelled at a cellular, lymphatic and excretion level.

• Improves Circulation
WBV improves circulation through increased blood flow by stimulating the exercise heart rate.

• Improves Relaxation
WBV increases circulation, blood flow and oxygen intake. WBV also reduces cortisol (the stress hormone) and creates and releases endorphins. It also detoxifies the system, enhancing relaxation.

• Increases Libido
WBV increase circulation and blood flow and increases HGH and Testosterone levels. On another level WBV also helps to release endorphins, detoxify the system and reduce cortisol.

• Enhances Rehabilitation
WBV assists by allowing new tissues to build and grow, increases circulation, allows the oxygenation of cells, increases metabolism and flushes the toxins out of the body at a higher and faster rate.

• Increases Flexibility
The direct effect of WBV stimulates blood flow to ligaments and tendons and enhances the stretch reflex.

• Cardio Effects
Since the muscles are working at almost100% through the use of WBV, they are burning more glucose and oxygen, therefore pushing the heart to pump harder and get more oxygen to the muscles.

There are a few contraindications and this list of contraindications is not absolute. If one of the conditions listed below applies to a customer, we advise them to consult their physician before using the Power Vibe™

• Pregnancy
• Acute Thrombosis
• Serious Cardiovascular Disease
• Pacemaker
• Recent Wounds From an Operation or Surgery
• Hip and Knee Implants
• Acute Hernia, Discopathy, Spondylolysis
• Severe Diabetes
• Epilepsy
• Recent Infections
• Severe Migraine
• Tumors
• Recently placed IUD's, Metal Pins, or Plates

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