Portable Vibra Therapy
Portable Vibra Therapy
If you have limited space or want to take your workout with you
Do you have limited space or would like to tuck your Vibra Therapy machine under your bed or in your closet? Or maybe you travel and would like to fold it up and take it with you. Then you’ll really love our Portable Vibra Therapy machine. The Pivotal vibrations are great for therapy & fitness. The handle bars aid in balance and easily fold up and the digital controls are very easy to use, with set programs and manual mode. It even has wheels to roll on smooth surfaces, to move it without straining.
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10 Minutes is All You Need…
It’s now possible to complete a whole body workout in 10 minutes, using the mini whole body vibration exercise machine. The concept is simple: you step onto an oscillating platform that vibrates 7 to 28 times per second, and these vibrations fire off contractions in your muscles.
Great Workout & Therapy
- • Muscle relaxation
- • Joint Flexibility
- • Pain Reduction
- • Balance & Coordination
- • Primary Neuro-muscular training
- • Muscle strength and power
- • Weight loss
Weight 48 lbs Dimensions 28 x 27 x 13 in
• Pivotal Vibration (Oscillation) Frequency: 5Hz-15Hz
• Anti-jamming and anti-static
• Multi-speed (1-60)
• 3 Preset Programs
Safe for any age?
Is there an age limit?There is no upper age limit to this type of exercise. If you can stand or sit on it at a low level, you can use this machine and reap the benefits of it.
Are there people who should not use vibration exercise machines?People with the following conditions should consult a physician or physical therapist before using. Please note: We have dozens of customers who have some of these conditions below and have benefited from the machine, so don't exclude yourself from the benefits, without consulting your doctor first (the exception to this is if you're pregnant or have a tumor).
- • Acute Hernia, Discopathy, or Spondylosis
- • Acute Thrombosis
- • Artificial Joints (recent)
- • Epilepsy
- • Head Injuries
- • Pacemacker and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator
- • Pulmonary Embolism
- • Recent Wounds from Operation or Surgery
- • Retinal Detachment
- • Serious Cardiovascular Disease
- • Severe Migranes
- • Tumors (cancerous)