One of the most significant health problems in today’s society is excess body weight, which is generally caused by the foods we eat and a sedentary life style.

VibroGym Training is the least tiring form of training that can be used to transition and maintain a fit and healthy lifestyle. It helps to improve body shape, blood oxygenation and circulation.

It is also one of the best tools available for those who struggle with cellulite through zoned coercion of the body as it targets the excess weight, cellulite and lipopexia in problematic areas. When the muscle tone improves, the skin becomes smoother and reduces cellulite.

Training on the VibroGym 3-5 times a week for 20 minutes, in combination with a low calorie diet, will help with weight loss by producing lean muscle tissue and increasing your metabolic rate, which results in your body continuing to burn calories hours after your training sessions. It has been proven to be more effective than aerobic exercise in trimming visceral fat.

In a 2004 German study Whole Body Vibration Training alone reduced cellulite on thighs and buttocks by over 25%, when other exercises were added the reduction of cellulite increased.

A 2010 study concluded that subjects using Whole Body Vibration training together with a low calorie diet lost twice as much visceral fat as those who followed the same diet but used conventional exercise.

A recent study on obesity, found that overweight or obese people who regularly used Whole Body Vibration training with a calorie restricted diet were much more successful at long term weight-loss and losing the fat around their abdomen compared to those who combined dieting with a more conventional fitness routine.

  1. “New Vibration Exercise Fitness Research Presented at the European Congress on Obesity.” 17th European Congress on Obesity, n.d. Web. Sept. 2012.
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