POWER PLATES FULL BODY WORKOUT
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- 30 min30 minutes
- Facility Gym
High tech meets high style Power Plate machines use the principles of Acceleration Training™ to stimulate the body’s natural response to vibration. These vibrations transmit waves of energy throughout the body, activating muscle contractions between 25 and 50 times per second, enhancing overall performance in sessions as short as 15 minutes a day, 3 times a week. Benefits for life Acceleration Training™ on Power Plate® equipment offers a host of benefits, ranging from an immediate improvement in blood circulation, to a variety of other measurable outcomes: such as increased muscle strength and flexibility, improved range of motion, decreased cellulite, increased bone mineral density, reduced pain and soreness and faster recovery. A true 3D workout Acceleration Training with Power Plate machines creates instability in the human body, as with each vibration the body is forced to perform reflexive muscle actions, multiple times per second. Furthermore, these contractions must work in multiple dimensions as the Power Plate machines actually oscillate in all three planes, exactly as the human body is designed to do. The net result is an incredible improvement in force production, or strength and power. Improving Your Body Composition Studies show that adding Power Plate training to a high intensity resistance training program can decrease the percentage of body fat, improving body composition as a whole. What is body composition? Body composition is a combination of the body’s percentage of fat, bone and muscle, which determines leanness. Since fat tissue takes up more room than muscle tissue, if you take two people of the same height and weight, their bodies may look different because they have different body composition. An eight-month study conducted at the University of Oklahoma in 2009 found that Power Plate training enhances resistance training to further improve body composition. A total of 55 volunteers were split into three groups: a resistance training group, a Power Plate training group and a control group. To gauge the effectiveness of the different workouts, measurements were taken at the start of the study and after eight months, including percentage of fat, fat mass and muscle mass. At the end of the study, the Power Plate group showed a larger decrease in percentage of fat and fat mass compared to the resistance and control groups. In short, adding Power Plate training to a high intensity resistance training program improves results.
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