I wanted to share some insightful research on the benefits of "Whole-body vibration." Beyond the expected weight loss and fitness and physical improvements. I found on MayoClinic.org a doctor, Edward R. Laskowski, M.D., who responded by pointing out that, "Advocates say that as little as 15 minutes a day of whole-body vibration three times a week may aid weight loss, burn fat, improve flexibility, enhance blood flow, reduce muscle soreness after exercise, build strength and decrease the stress hormone cortisol."
That's a whole lot more than just losing weight and building strengths which is what the PowerFit Board is advertised to do.
I literally just got my board today, and I made this purchase with the mindset that, "Anything that can 'kickstart/boost' my workout routine has got to be worth a try. So far so good! The first 10-minute workout recorded through my Apple Watch showed a rise in my heart-rate to a mild 133 while trying out Exercise A in the Beginner/Intermediate level.
Last but not least, I'd like to address the other post from Sharon O., Milford, NE, Apr 28, 2020 entitled: Joke.
Sharon, If I'm understanding you correctly, you're saying that you are returning your PowerFit Board because you're frustrated that it's necessary to eat a healthy diet in order to balance your body in order to lose weight? I'm not quite sure what you're thinking but to those others out there I want to point out these two activities of eating healthy and exercising have always gone hand and hand together. So please don't let her pursue you from trying this seemingly multifunction and multi-beneficial product just because someone else has a problem eating right. You never get anywhere half-assing things, and if you but a fraction of effort into your workouts, you're only going to get a fraction of the results. However, best of luck to everyone and just remember, "We could all benefit for increased circulation as well as weight loss." This could result in less heart disease and so far all this sounds like a win. So go ahead, order this product like I did, and remember the benefits you are not gaining with just any other workout product.
Reference: Edward R. Laskowski, M.D., "Is whole-body vibration a good way to lose weight and improve fitness?" Mayo Clinic.org. Retrieved from: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/fitness/expert-answers/whole-body-vibration/faq-20057958.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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