23 Feb Can senior citizens train on the vibration machine?
More and more doctors, therapists and trainers are recommending that senior citizens exercise using vibration machines such as the 3G Cardio AVT 5.0 Vibration Machine or 3G Cardio AVT 6.0 Vibration Machine
After age 40 a person loses an average of eight percent muscle mass per decade and bone density can begin weakening as well.
Because vibration machine training is so effective in working muscles and bones without putting ligaments and joints at risk, it’s becoming increasingly popular with the senior set.
Research shows that muscle strength and bone density have a direct correlation, so the vibration machine is a great way to fight off the potential onset and risk of osteoporosis.
When muscles are activated, strain is also applied to the skeletal system, which in turn helps to compact bone cells at the cellular level.
People become more sedentary as they get older, and consequently that’s one of the major reasons their bones weaken. Many seniors just don’t get enough exercise and don‘t place enough “healthy“ stress on their bones.
Accelerated Vibration Training can also help with balance, flexibility, coordination, circulation, cardiovascular function and even provide hormonal benefits that result from exercising.
Many senior centers now feature one or more Accelerated Vibration Training machines to help their residents improve in these very areas, while more and more doctors and physical trainers also prescribe this kind of exercise.
Many of the great results that young people get from exercising can now be realized by older people as well thanks to vibration training.
Ream more on www.3gcardio.com for more information or contact their authorized dealer in Arizona – At Home Fitness – to learn more.