The influence of gravitational load on muscular performance is of paramount importance
Dr. Carmelo Bosco
Profesor of Whole Body Vibration Research
Semmelweis University, Budapest
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 23, 2012
In a groundbreaking study out of the United Kingdom*, it was shown that a simple program of Whole Body Vibration on an Oscillating Whole Body Vibration Platform (Galileo – Novotech GmBH) moving at high frequencies was capable of significantly increasing growth hormone while also reducing cortisol levels. This is the second study to date to show the amazing potential of Oscillating Whole Body Vibration training on hormone balancing.
This study, which involved a 16-week program of only ten minutes of Whole Body Vibration, yielded a 200% increase in Growth Hormone while also decreasing cortisol levels by nearly 50%. All subjects in the study completed the study and no adverse effects were reported.
A subject of great debate and skepticism for many years, Whole Body Vibration refuses to disappear. This is one of many recent studies which validates these particular effects of Whole Body Vibration Training. Furthermore, it serves to confirm its safety and begin to differentiate Oscillating High Frequency Whole Body Vibration platforms from the rest of the equipment on the market.
Producing a motion similar to a teeter-totter, oscillating Whole Body Vibration technology represents ½ of the WBV market. However, inferior manufacturing practices have resulted in a great majority of oscillating machine producing low frequency levels and therefore failing to produce results.
With this groundbreaking study, the consumer can now become better educated on what matters most when it comes to WBV: the type of platform and its performance.
Over 17 years of international research shows that exercising on a Whole Body Vibration platform benefits everyone from children to the elderly. Whole Body Vibration has the capacity to revolutionize the fitness industry and make wellness a priority alongside being strong and looking good. Once more people feel the effects Whole Body Vibration has to offer, the platforms will be a regular amenity at health clubs.
To find out more about the benefits of Whole Vibration Training and more scientific studies contact Hypervibe today.
The complete study results can be found here: