Vibe Machines

Cog

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Ok,wifey saw one at Costco for the rip off price of 900.I looked around and found one at a clearance center,100 bucks.So I have been experimenting with it,pushups,lunges,neck bridges,low squat position,standing calf raise.It has several different modes.
Before anybody has a trenbolism,no It won’t replace heavy iron.But I find it interesting for the moment.As a wake up for your muscles that takes just a few minutes,it works.
 

zenmonky

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never heard of it before so i looked it up on YT. like to watch the ladies jiggle. looks like a good idea for prehab, rehab, improving symmetry and strengthening the smaller motor control muscles. bet it could be great for back injuries maybe lower joint injuries. looks like these machines dont really vibrate but osculate up and down on a left/right teeter. is there any that actually move on all axis'? maybe run a wacker neuson upside down and call it a pro model.
 

Cog

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Wacker is way to powerful lol.It has a couple of different modes.So far she feels it helps her sleep,no sleeping pills.She also uses it sitting on a chair while resting her feet on it,relaxes her hip muscles which get tense with standing for prolonged periods.I got sore in the back of my neck and upper traps second day after.Gave me an idea,maybe a light table top version.....Maybe the German(supposedly)model at Costco has more options.A model with infinitely controllable vibes might be good for the low back.Careful with the kidneys....
 
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