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Why Peyton Manning Does Vibration Training -- And You Should, Too!

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Feb 14, 2014 3:40:33 PM

Vibration Trainer from 3G CardioVibration training is the fastest growing segment of the specialty fitness industry since the elliptical machine emerged 15 years ago.

At the top of the list of why more and more people are adding vibration training to their fitness regimens are:


Vibration training can help you work muscles much more efficiently and in less time than traditional weight lifting. This form of training also complements your existing fitness program by working muscles in a different way.

In a nutshell, there are two types of muscle tissue in the human body; voluntary and involuntary. Basically, you can control the voluntary but you have no control over the involuntary muscle tissues. The involuntary muscle tissue is the first muscle tissue we lose as we grow older due to the fact that they are much harder to work and activate. These types of muscle are known as slow twitch, fast twitch and stabilizer muscle tissue.

Standing on a 3G Cardio Vibration Machine will not only activate these types of muscles instantaneously but it will also feel great doing it. And while you are experiencing a great amount of muscular activity, you will also be experiencing increase circulation, flexibility, lymphatic system and bone density benefits!


Because the acceleration is adjusted rather than the load (weights) in traditional weightlifting, vibration training has been found to be much safer on the joints and ligaments.

There’s no more grinding the shoulders on a bench press, or twinging due to sore knees as you go up and down on the squat.

So not only do you get a great workout with vibration training, but it doesn’t come at a cost to your body.

There are an almost limitless number of exercises one can do on a vibration machine, ranging from static to dynamic movements. Just about anything you can do in other parts of the gym you can do on a vibration machine. You can stand, sit or lay on these machines while doing a strengthening, stretching, or massaging exercise or movement!

And even slight variations of how you hold your body pressure on the machine - such as on a squat, pushup or calf raise will slightly change how the exercise feels and affects your body.


Vibration training can do much more than just increase your muscle tone and strength. There are also settings for these machines to stretch and for massage.


Many of the world's most elite athletes, including superstar Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, are using vibration training for the same benefits listed above.


The versatility of vibration training is further proven when one researches and finds that senior citizens homes, rehab clinics and various other types of facilities in the health care field are using them.

Start training on a vibration machine yourself.

You’ll find one of the most fun aspects of exercising on a vibration machine is finding your own value in it.

Topics: Vibration Training, Fitness and Exercise, Fitness Education, Heart Health, Home Fitness, Fitness Motivation, New Product News

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