What is AVT Vibration Plate Training?

What is AVT Vibration Plate Training?

Many people interested in fitness have probably heard of vibration training by now. Some may know a little about it, but have incorrect perceptions.

Whether you know a little or nothing about vibration training, it’s time to learn about one of the greatest innovations in the fitness industry in the past half century.

Even those who are knowledgeable on this training breakthrough will want to check out the Accelerated Vibration Training Plate, also known as AVT Plate, developed by 3G Cardio.

AVT workouts will change the way many people exercise – for the better.

Simply put, Accelerated Vibration Training on the 3G Cardio AVT™ 5.0 Vibration Plate or 3G Cardio AVT™ 6.0 Vibration Plate enables people of all ages and physical abilities to come closer than ever to maximizing the potential of their bodies.

Also known as whole vibration training, the 3G Cardio AVT Vibration Plate works in an up-and-down motion to accelerate training, maximize benefits and protect the user’s joints, tendons and ligaments.  It allows safe exercise with a greatly increased external load compared to traditional methods. 3G Cardio’s extensive research into testing and engineering has made the 3G Cardio AVT 5.0 Vibration Plate and AVT 6.0 Vibration Plate one of the most exciting new additions to the fitness industry in years.

One of the common myths is that a person just stands on a vibration plate and gets a workout. This is not true.

It does take effort to reap the benefits of whole body vibration training, but the time requirements and injury risks are much more minimal compared to traditional strength training with free weights or machines. And the gains are much, much greater.

The person training on a vibration plate should assume and hold common positions, such as a dumbbell lunge, squat, pushup or calf raise. The vibrations will cause the engaged muscles to reflexively contract. Here’s the best part – whereas a normal dumbbell exercise may only activate about 60 – 70 percent of the muscle, the acceleration trainer will allow a person to keep going and engage up to 97 percent of the muscle group. Fast-twitch and stabilizing muscles are more engaged, and become more strengthened in the process.

In the days and months to come 3G Cardio will continue to educate consumers on the many incredible benefits of acceleration training.

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