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Vibrating to Better Health

October 8, 2019

Hey all! 

 

 

I wanted to share the benefits of a vibrating plate with you. So, I'm pretty sure your like what the heck is a vibrating plate? lol. Well, a vibrating plate is a device that uses  whole-body vibration. You stand, sit or lie on a machine with a vibrating platform. As the machine vibrates, it transmits energy to your body, forcing your muscles to contract and relax dozens of times each second.

 

 

 

 

 

I was introduced to the vibrating plate by my sister in-law, Raven . She was diagnosed with MS a few years ago and is always looking for ways to stay fit and combat the disease. At the time I wasn't really thinking about trying the vibration plate but recently I've taken my workout regime to another level and I decided to give the machine a try. I have been using it for about a month now. In the morning I get about 15 minutes on there and in the evening I do the same. My muscles always feel more relaxed after.

 

My workouts are usually H.I.I.T(high intensity interval training)  so I'm super sore after. Since using the machine I'm no where near the sore level I was prior. I also have started to see more definition in my legs, arms and firming of my booty. There were suggested exercises and elastic bands included with the machine. I usually do leg and arm exercises with the elastic bands. You can stand still, get on your knees or squat to do the exercises. The vibration plate is also good for stretching! I will be posting a video on the how to's of the vibrating machine. To stay tuned in, subscribe to my Blog and YouTube channel. Thank you in advance! 

 

 

 

 

Below I share 4 benefits of vibrating plates plus a few links to vibrating plates just in case you are ready to give it a try!Remember use at your on discretion. 

 

 4 Benefits of Vibrating Plates

 

1. Increased blood circulation


Your heart is responsible for pumping blood throughout your body. However, that circulation is not always as effective as it should be. Poor circulation can result in a number of negative health effects, including damage to your organs.
There is a growing body of evidence that suggests vibration therapy may help increase blood circulation. For example, a 2014 study published in the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology showed that whole body vibration therapy increased the skin blood flow of patients with Neurovascular complications of diabetes. A similar study published in 2011 in the journal Spinal Cord found that this method was effective in both increasing blood flow to the legs and activating muscle mass in patients with spinal cord injuries.

 


2. Boosted muscular strength


If you want to boost muscle growth, your first stop is probably the gym. But lifting isn't the only way you can increase your strength – vibration therapy may also be a helpful aid. 
A 2014 study published in the Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics found that children with spastic diplegic cerebrel palsy who used WBV for 12 weeks increased muscle strength and decreased spasticity.   


3. Improved athletic performance

 

Vibration therapy may offer numerous benefits to athletes who deal with chronic aches and pains.
In recent years, there have been a number of stories in the media about professional athletes using vibration therapy in their training. But it's not just about enhanced performance. Vibration therapy can also help with that inevitable soreness that shows up the day or two following a hard workout. An early study published in the Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research in 2014 suggested that it may help to both prevent and manage symptoms associated with Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness.
However, vibration therapy should not take the place of your normal exercise routine. If you decide to use this method to improve athletic performance, Mayo Clinic recommended combining it with both strength training and aerobic activities.


4. Disruption of pain signals


Finally, one of the potential benefits of vibration therapy that attracts a number of users is pain relief. As previously mentioned, this strategy can help with soreness following a workout, but the same principle can also apply to other kinds of pain. The vibrations disrupt pain signals that your brain sends to your body, which can alleviate these symptoms and increase your comfor

 

Health is so important! It is wealth!! Whether you try the vibrating plate or not. Find your " thing" and get moving! 

 

Until next time...

 

Many Blessings,

Alex Monae 

 

 

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