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Recommended Whole Body Vibration Machine Exercises

Whole Body Vibration machines are exercise platforms that oscillate at various speeds determined by the user. By performing Whole Body Vibration Machine Exercises, your muscles are exposed to multi-directional forces that must be overcome as you workout. Vibration machines can be used for stretching; strengthening and relaxation exercises. They are available for home and commercial use.

Isometric Squat

Isometric Squat Whole Body Vibration Machine Exercises increases leg muscle endurance and also strengthens your core–the collective term used to describe your abdominal, waist and lower back muscles. Stand on the platform of the Whole Body Vibration machine. Hold the handle for balance. Place your feet shoulder-width apart. Bend your knees and squat down until your thighs are parallel to the floor.

Hold this position for 30 to 60 seconds. Slowly return to the starting position, rest and repeat. You can make this exercise more challenging by holding weights in your hands, standing on one leg, and not using your hands to balance yourself.

Split Squats

This exercise, which challenges your balance and develops leg strength, places an emphasis on your butt. Place your left foot flat on the Whole Body Vibration machine and the ball of your right foot on the floor. Move your right foot backward so you are in a long, staggered stance. Grasp the handle for balance if necessary.

Bend both your legs and lower your back knee down towards the floor–stop moving when your front thigh is parallel to the floor and your rear knee is bent to 90 degrees. Push back up into the starting position and repeat. Complete the desired number of repetitions, change legs and repeat.

Push-ups

Push-ups work your chest, arms, shoulders and core. Place your hands on the Whole Body Vibration plate and then extend your legs out behind you so that your weight is supported on your hands and feet only. Your shoulders, hips and heels should form a straight line.

Tense your core, bend your arms, and lower your chest towards the platform. Pause with your chest almost touching the platform and then push back up to the starting position. To make push-ups more challenging, raise your feet by placing them on a step or stability ball.

Isometric Bent-over Rows

Isometric bent over rows develop your upper back, lower back, arms and legs. Attach the webbing exercise straps to the Whole Body Vibration machine and take a handle in each hand. Stand on the Whole Body Vibration platform with your feet together and knees slightly bent.

Push your butt back and lean forward from your hips so that your upper body is almost parallel to the ground while keeping your spine neutrally aligned. Bend your arms and pull your hands into your arm pits. Hold this position for 30 to 60 seconds. You can make this exercise more intense by standing on one leg or increasing its duration.

Ab Balance

The ab balance exercise is an effective core conditioner. Place a mat on the vibration machine and then sit on it. Lean back slightly and lift your feet off of the ground–use your arms for balance as necessary.

Bend your knees and tense your core muscles. Hold this position for 30 to 60 seconds depending on your fitness level. You can make this exercise more demanding by extending your legs so that when viewed from the side, your body resembles a “V” shape.

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This is a great machine if you are just beginning your journey into Whole Body Vibration Therapy and are looking to improve your health

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This machine is a wise choice if you are looking for a lifestyle change and are ready to dramatically change your health for the better

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This machine is perfect if you are trying to recover from a serious injury, health condition, or an athlete trying to achieve maximum results.

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