19 Sep Training tips for abdominal muscles on 3G Cardio Vibration machine
The 3G Cardio 6.0, 5.0 or 3.0 vibration machine can help you get a great abs workout. You can get an incredibly efficient, fast abs workout on a 3G Cardio vibration trainer.
Rapid movement of the 3G Cardio Vibration Training platform causes the muscles to fire faster than any other type of exercise as you perform static or dynamic movements on the platform. Whereas traditional strength training might only work as little as 20 percent of the muscle fibers, the progression of muscle fatigue achieved with the 3G vibration trainers allows people to use up to 95 percent of their muscle fibers during a workout.
Here are some examples of training exercises for the abs that can be done on a 3G Cardio vibration trainer:
Lower Abdominals – Brace yourself on your elbows and hold onto the front edge of the 3G Cardio® AVT™ Vibration Machine platform. With a straight back, pull your buttocks up slowly as if you wanted to pull the vibration platform toward your feet. You should feel tension in your abdominal region. To vary the routine, perform the same exercise from a kneeling position. This is similar to the Plank exercise, but with even greater results for your core because of the vibrations. Flex and squeeze abs while doing it for even better workout.
Standing Abdominals – Stand in the center of the 3G Cardio® AVT™ Vibration Machine, feet shoulder width apart, holding the railing at chest height. Keeping the back straight and legs slightly bent, push your upper torso down. Immediately you’ll begin to feel tension in your abdominal muscles. To vary the exercise, simply bend your arms further.
Lateral Abdominals – With one foot directly behind the other, place one elbow on the vibration plate and lean sideways. Keeping your head, torso, and legs straight, push your shoulders down and tighten your torso. This exercise works the lateral abdomen. To add variety push your hips upward at the same time.
Abdominal Crunch – Place a pillow under the small of your back, raise your legs and place your hands under your head for support making sure to keep your elbows parallel with the floor. Crunch your upper body toward your legs and feel the tension in the abdominals. Ensure your buttocks and lower back do not lose contact with the platform.