Hypervibe vs Bulletproof

Top 5 Reasons Why You Would Choose A Hypervibe over a Bulletproof

1) Less Head Vibration

Hypervibe produces significantly less head vibration than Bulletproof. Due to the more natural motion of a pivotal, the pelvis is rotated, and forces are absorbed by the trunk muscles and not up to the head. This makes it safer, better for lower back muscles (only pivotal shown to reduce back pain), and users naturally prefer the pivotal motion.

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2 – Greater Benefit

When compared directly in a single study, or through meta analysis, Pivotal machines have shown greater effect size in topics such as bone density and circulation, and muscle activation. There is no evidence of decreased back pain in a Lineal machine, as mentioned above.

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3- More Powerful

Hypervibe machines produce significantly more G force than Bulletproof machines. The amount G force determines the exercise load, and has been demonstrated many times to increase the size of the effect on muscle activation, oxygen uptake, and perceived exertion

When asked why their G force is so low, suppliers of low G force machines find themselves painted into a corner and respond with the only response available, “high G force is dangerous” and reference the negative effects of G force on fighter pilots (which is trickery and not relevant to G force from vibration).

There is a BIG problem with this response.

There are more than 800 peer reviewed studies on the effects of Whole Body Vibration, and none of those studies used the Bulletproof brand. The one machine that has more research than any other brand in the world is called the Galileo, the German inventors of the technology from 1996. Galileo have more than 100 studies published in science journals from around the world, Galileo is the reason why you discovered Bulletproof and why you are reading this article right now. The smallest of the Galileo models, is a machine called the “Galileo Kiddy” i.e. it is designed for children. The Galileo Kiddy, has a maximum G force of 10g, whereas their largest model has a maximum G force of more than 30g.

On one hand you have the most scientifically researched machine in the world, inventors of the technology, and their least powerful machine, designed for children produces 10g.

On the other hand, you have the Bulletproof machine with no clinical evidence, warning of the dangers of high G force, whilst also referencing the Galileo research on their website as evidence for the benefits of their machine.

The same story repeats again when comparing Bulletproof to brands that have been heavily researched.

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4 – Clinically Supported

When a company make claims that their product is supported by scientific evidence, it would not be unreasonable to expect such evidence can be provided. There are over 800 scientific studies on Whole Body Vibration, dating back over 20 years, however, not a single one of those studies was performed on the Bulletproof machine.

You might think, well it doesn’t really matter what brand of machine was studied, what really matters is that there is scientific proof that Whole Body Vibration works, right?

Well no, when scientists conduct a study, there are many factors they choose which can cause a study to be successful or a study to fail. In Whole Body Vibration research, such factors include, how many times per week they use the machine, what exercises will be performed on the machine, how long each exercise will be performed for, and importantly what vibration settings will be used. If the vibration levels are too low, the forces placed onto the body can be too low to cause any benefits, alternatively, studies have shown that as forces are increased, the response from the body increases. Therefore, if a machine has not been used in scientific research, it is important to make review studies to make sure that the alternative product can produce the same levels of vibration used in the research.

Bulletproof = No peer reviewed studies using Bulletproof equipment, unable to produce vibration levels used in majority of the research
Hypervibe = Peer reviewed studies using Hypervibe equipment, able to produce vibration levels used in majority of the research. References:

5 – Better Value

In a 2012 comparison of over 41 different vibration machines, engineering test results showed that on average, the more G force a machine could produce, the more expensive it was.

The sub 4g specification of the Bulletproof machine has little difference to those of machines which cost as little as $200 on eBay.

The +10g vibration specifications of Hypervibe machines are only found in machines which cost many thousands of dollars more.

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