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The Bulletproof Vibration Platform is the latest in Whole Body Vibration (WBV) therapy. WBV therapy is used in universities, professional sports teams, and medical facilities to increase blood flow and help strengthen muscles and bones. This therapy, invented by Russian cosmonauts in 1960s, has been seen to:
Detoxify and strengthen the immune system (pumps the lymph system thoroughly)
Help regain muscle strength and bone density
Reduce recovery time
Stimulate healthier brain function
Each session is 5-8 minutes.
We also offer customized 1-on-1 consults using Whole Body Vibration therapy to improve your balance & strengthening and/or stretching. These are 30-minute appointments for $75 per session.
What is a whole body vibration training plate?
A whole body vibration training plate, commonly referred to as a “vibration machine”, is a platform that vibrates at a specific frequency to activate your circulatory, lymphatic, and nervous systems simultaneously.
How does whole body vibration therapy work?
As you sit or stand (always with knees bent!) on the vibration machine vibrating platform, your muscles will contract and relax dozens of time each second, which is why doing squats on a vibrating plate requires so much more energy than doing them on the ground.
Vibration can help oxygen and nutrients get to your muscles and other tissues more efficiently, which can aid in flexibility, blood flow, and muscle recovery after exercise.
What are the benefits of whole body vibration therapy?
Strengthen your muscles and bones
Increase lymphatic circulation
Enhance knee neuromuscular control
Improve in blood circulation
How often should I use WBV therapy and how long are the treatments?
We recommend 3x per week at about 5-8 minutes per session.
Do not use whole body vibration therapy if you have a medical condition that could be affected by vigorous shaking and vibrations, or are at risk of stroke or heart attack, are pregnant or may be pregnant, have a history of detached retinas or other retinal/eyeball problems, have received an intraocular lens implant, or are recovering from recent surgery.