23 Apr Which is the “Best” Vibration Machine for Me?
More often than not I find myself having a conversation with a client and this question comes up. Which is the best machine for ______? Truth is the “best” vibration machine isn’t always the machine with the best performance rating or the highest price tag. When it comes to vibration machines, comparing machine by price is probably one of the worst ways to compare. There are a number of machines out there priced well over $3000 that don’t offer the performance of machines priced under $1000. Confused yet? Good, maybe you’ll take the time to research a little further before pulling out the credit card and ordering one you really know little about other than the salesperson told you that the sale ends today.
Beware of companies promoting one machine over another for certain benefits. For example, “this machine is best for weight loss or this machine is best for arthritis”. Fact is a proper vibration plate will cover all the benefits these machines claim. It’s the amount of acceleration measured in g-force combined with what exercises you perform that truly determine what you can expect to gain out of a vibration platform.
Deciding which machine is best for you really depends on a few things. First budget obviously plays a role. Don’t settle for the first $300 machine you come across just because that’s all you can afford. Research, talk to some suppliers, how is their product knowledge and what is the support like?
The key is to first understand how a vibration machine actually works. Once you understand how a machine creates these benefits and what specifications it needs to deliver them, comparing between brands and models becomes clearer. Your list of machines that are capable of delivering the benefits will be short and you’ll be pleased to know that it won’t leave you financially drained either.
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