The list of people who are benefitting from Accelerated Vibration Training (AVT), also known as Whole Body Vibration Training (WBV) is rapidly growing.
From the couple next door, to recreational athlete and pros, and even senior citizens the benefits of AVT are being realized more and more.
A recent article on www.bulletproofexec.com reported that many executives in the Silicon Valley who are looking to maximize their health and time are utilizing vibration training to achieve benefits of exercise such as stronger bones, more strength, increased flexibility and a better overall physique — in less time.
Some of the celebrities listed in the article who have sang the praises of vibration training are Rafael Nadal, Queen Latifah, Serena Williams, Olympic athlete Rebecca Romero and the Denver Broncos in the NFL.
After winning at the French Open, the tennis great Nadal said: “This is part of the way I work out regularly (WBV Training). I hope you could see that everything is possible and at the end, work is what makes you feel satisfaction.”
In just 30 minutes a day, three times a week a person can get great benefits from vibration training. It has been found to utilize up to 95 percent of muscles, compared to 30 percent with traditional strength training.
The 3G Cardio AVT 6.0, 5.0 and 3.0 Vibration Training machines are Best Buy winners and among the best machines in the world to perform this type of training.
To use award-winning 3G Cardio AVT machines, you simply stand on the vibration platform an control the hertz settings to your preference. You then hold basic (static) exercise positions, such as a squat, pushup or toe touch and let the vibrations do a lot of the work. For more people who are more advanced in their fitness level, they can perform the entire range of the motion (dynamic exercise), such as doing squats or pushups.
Vibrations work your muscles to a near instant progression of fatigue, immediately calling into play fast- and
slow-twitch muscle fibers that most people are unable to engage in normal workouts. If they do work the muscles like a vibration training machine, it’s probably only in the last few reps of a 10-rep set, such as squats, curls or bench press.
Another beauty of vibration training is that it’s safer on the joints and ligaments than traditional exercises with free weights or even machines. Instead of increasing the load with more weights, the acceleration is what pushes the muscles in AVT.
As the vibrations work the muscles, other benefits include stimulation of the hormonal, cardiovascular, lymphatic, and nervous systems. The lymphatic and circulatory benefits of hours of walking can be achieved during Accelerated Vibration Training, www.bulletproofexec.com reported. That’s a statement research from 3G Cardio has also found to be true.
Accelerated Vibration Training could very well be the wave of the future for exercising. People fortunate enough to experience AVT now are getting an incredible jump start.