It’s easy to brush off whole-body vibration training as an ineffective exercise. What could be accomplished by simply standing on a vibrating machine? Other exercises, particularly the more physically strenuous ones, have shown to procure great results, while whole-body vibration training is just gaining in popularity. However, one can’t deny that this exercise is also extremely effective. It’s known to help people lose more weight, improve blood circulation, and more. In fact, this exercise has been adapted into the fitness regimes of several athletes, both professional and Olympic medalists. But what exactly is the best effect of this exercise to people?
Arguably, the best benefit of doing whole-body vibration training is the prevention and curing of various diseases. Within various parts and systems of the body, potential major illnesses can be thwarted and even cured with the help of this relaxing exercise. Here are just some of them that are serious and can lead to dire consequences if not looked into.
Parkinson’s Disease is the most prominent major illness that whole-body vibration training can help cure. While there’s definitely no guarantee that doing the exercise alone can heal anyone with this sickness, it’s medically proven to be an effective aid during therapy. Back in 2014, the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health concluded that whole-body vibration training substantially helps stabilizes once balance and improves mobility. This makes it one of the perfect exercises for the elderly, which are those who are more vulnerable to catching Parkinson’s Disease.
The second most known disease that whole-body vibration training is said to help reduce the risk of is obesity. It’s widely believed that just 10 minutes of doing this exercise can shed as many calories as going for a walk. And while that doesn’t seem …