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Turn up your body’s fat-burning fire in the privacy of your own home with no more than 20-minutes 3-4 times per week.1

Unable To Achieve Your Fitness Goals?

Are the following preventing you from reaching your weight loss goals?

  • Don’t have the time
  • Exercising in public makes you feel embarrassed
  • The kind of exercise that gets results is too difficult
  • You’ve quit trying because none of your prior attempts to lose weight worked

Why Hypervibe Can Help

The reason Hypervibe is working for people like you is because:

  • They can do it at home with no one watching
  • They can do a workout that gets results in 10-minutes or less2
  • It’s easier than normal exercise and feels good so they don’t want to quit2,3

How Hypervibe gets results

The key to reducing body fat with exercise is intensity. If you have found that exercise “didn’t work” in the past it is likely the exercise was simply not intense enough or it took such a toll on your body and energy levels you weren’t able to keep working that hard at every workout.

Vibration exercise can provide your muscles with stimulation that ranges from gentle massage to intense exercise and it does so without requiring a lot of your own effort. 3 In Vibration Training the intensity of the exercise is determined by the machine settings. This makes it possible to work your way up to doing a very demanding workout even if you wouldn’t normally be motivated to work that hard.

There are other effects on your body which increase the effectiveness of the exercise leaving you feeling worked out, not worn out. The three main effects that Vibration Training has on your body:

How Hypervibe Works

The vibrating platform moves you up and down, a few millimetres at a time with carying speeds. As it does this there are three main effects on your body.

Hypervibe works gravity

1. Increased Gravity

As the platform rises, your body is accelerated upwards. You feel this as a force named G-force where ´G´ stands for ´Gravity´. In other words the machine exposes your body to increased Gravity.

One way your body responds to increased Gravity is by increasing muscle strength and tone.19 Israeli researchers20 showed this when they had subjects do 2 minutes of vibration exercise with 23G of Gravity (23 times Earth´s Gravity) three times a week and compared that to a control group doing the same exercises without vibration. After 3 weeks the control group increased strength by 16% – the vibration exercise group increased strength by an incredible 49.8%

Hypervibe works Rhythmic

2. Rhythmic Movement

The rapid up/down movement with a subsequent increase/decrease of G-force creates waves of movement through the soft tissues of your body. In slow motion you can actually see the skin and muscles ripple like water. This ripple spreads from the point of contact throughout the body.

This increases the flow6 of fluids like blood and lymph which speeds up recovery while helping to keep swelling under control. As these fluids vibrate, heat is generated which quickly warms up your joints and muscles21 making movement easier and more comfortable; similar to having a massage

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3. Muscle Reflexes

The platform movement causes repetitive bending and straightening of your joints. As the muscles attached to them quickly stretch it results in strong reflex muscle contractions.22 You´ve seen this happen when someone taps below your knee cap causing your leg to jerk forward.

The heightened nerve and muscle activity results in a number of benefits such as:

  • Increased muscle power – power is the ability to generate force quickly and is essential for sports involving sprinting, jumping or power lifting events like Strongman and Cross Fit. The rapid muscle contractions created by vibration training develop increased muscle power. Less time training means more time eating and recovering.2
  • Reduced warm-up time – exercising muscles burn up fats and sugars releasing heat. This increase in heat makes movement more comfortable and reduces risk of injury. A good preparation for other activities that can be done quickly.20
  • Increased energy – regularly making the muscles do work increases metabolism and stimulates brain activity associated with feeling good. The result is that you not only feel more energetic, you have more energy to do the things you want.18
  • Stronger bones – the combination of increased muscle force pulling on bones with the increase in lymph and blood flowing through them results in bones becoming stronger.23
  • Better agility – vibration training is well known for increasing balance which when combined with more muscle power makes you more agile.18
  • Improved flexibility – 18 sessions of vibration training with 17G resulted in a 58% increase in hamstring flexibility.24 Each session took only 3 minutes.
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Click here now to be taken to our order page. This is something you don´t want to put off, the benefits are too great and the effort required is so little. Take advantage of this technology and let it work for you. Listen to Dina explain how Hypervibe changed her life...
Just like the others on this page who said YES to Hypervibe you can expect the same great service they received, the same ongoing support and guidance they receive and the same benefits they continue to receive like:

Dina - USA

80 pounds of fat - gone!

After years of trying to lose weight, nothing had really worked. Then I was put on a Hypervibe to rehab a sprained ankle. It was so good I started using it three times a week. I have now lost 80 pounds (36kg) and so far the weight has stayed off for 2 years. Hypervibe is my one routine I do not stray from.

If you would like a feel-good way to safely:

  • A safe and discrete way to start getting control of your weight4
  • To wake up each day looking forward to doing a few minutes of exercise7
  • Having enough strength and energy to get through each day3
  • Start shopping for clothes you actually want to wear
  • The satisfaction of being a great example for your family
  • Feeling proud about doing it all yourself!

References

  • Sanudo. Whole body vibration training improves leg blood flow and adiposity in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus -. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2013 Sep;113(9):2245-52.
  • Sealey R, 'Effects of Exercise Interventions on Physical Condition and Health of Vietnam Veterans.' International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, August 2011, Vol 18, No. 8.
  • Delecluse C, Roelants M, Verschueren S. 2003. Strength increase after whole-body vibration compared with resistance training, Med Sci Sports Exerc, 35(6), 1033-41.
  • Bosco C. The Influence of Whole-Body Vibration on the Mechanical Behaviour of Skeletal Muscle; Clinical Physiology, 1999; 19: 183-187
  • Bosco C. Hormonal responses to whole-body vibration in men. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2000 Apr; 81(6):449-54
  • Pritzlaff-Roy CJ. Gender governs the relationship between exercise intensity and growth hormone release in young adults. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2002 May;92(5):2053-60
  • Stewart JM. Plantar vibration improves leg fluid flow in perimenopausal women. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2005 Mar;288(3):R623-9
  • Cochrane DJ. Changes in joint angle, muscle-tendon complex length, muscle contractile tissue displacement, and modulation of EMG activity during acute whole-body vibration. Muscle Nerve. 2009 Sep;40(3):420-9
  • Frank H. Anti Cellulite Untersuch. SANADERM Professional Clinic for Skin Illnesses and Allergies, Bad Mergentheim, Germany. 2003. Internal publication.
  • Rittweger J. Oxygen uptake during whole-body vibration exercise: comparison with squatting as a slow voluntary movement. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2001 Dec;86(2):169-73
  • Serravite DH. Loading and concurrent synchronous whole-body vibration interaction increases oxygen consumption during resistance exercise. J Sports Sci Med. 2013 Sep 1;12(3):475-80
  • Cochrane, D. The Effect of Acute Lower-Body Vibration Exercise on the Rate of Muscle Temperature Increase. European Journal of Applied Physiology (2008):103, 441-448
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