Buying a Vibration machine vs Using a Vibration Machine
So you’ve done the research, shopped around and are ready to buy a machine. Part of gaining the benefits of whole body vibration (WBV) is ensuring the machine you’ve selected is going to offer what it claims. There is a catch to this. Now that you have the right machine what do you do to when you get it home? What do I do for low back pain or to lose some weight?
The answer lies very much in who you are now and where physically you are starting. For those that lack an exercise history you may consider working with a trainer or therapist, someone that could offer guidance and a program to help achieve your goals. Challenge here is that many do not understand WBV and how to apply this amazing technology. There are a lot of opinions out there on how best to use these machines.
There are a lot of ways to exercise, is a traditional gym workout is more effective than yoga or Pilates? Your own activities or the type of exercise you may or may not do is more of a personal choice. A Vibration Machine is just an environment in which to perform these exercises with more ease and less time. You also get the added bonus of massage, stretching and much more.
There are lots of videos on YouTube and Facebook but know as the machines do not operate all the same, what best exercises, duration and setting being used may be unique to certain brands and not as effective with others.
Before you pull out the credit card and get the machine you thought was the best fit for you, see if this is a company simply selling machines. What do they offer in the way of after support? I’m not referring to help if your machine breaks down. Do they offer any training other than a poster that comes with the machine? Things to consider especially if you are dealing with any medical issues or are not regularly active.