Incorporate Vibration Training at Home with the Personal Power Plate
What is vibration training and how can you integrate it into your home gym workouts? Well, vibration training is an extremely effective exercise option that can enhance movements, simple or complex, that is typically performed on the ground. In short, vibration training amplifies your workouts!
Any exercise you traditionally do on the floor can be done better on the Power Plate, with extra muscle activation, which leads to more effective workouts and faster results. In short, vibration training can stimulate natural reflexes, increase muscle activation and improve circulation. Learn more about vibration training in our blog post What is Vibration Training, Anyway?
Power Plate has been around for years and serves every fitness community from professional athletes, to the elderly, to people who just want to take their workouts to the next level. Power Plate is a vibrating platform that helps you prepare faster, perform better and recover quicker. However, with the recent introduction of the Personal Power Plate, you can take your vibration training workout anywhere you go.
The personal Power Plate is a great way to get an effective home workout at home. At 40lbs and with dimensions of 27.5″ x 18.7″, the Personal Power Plate fits anywhere in your home gym space. It doesn’t even have to take up space when you’re not using it – store it under your bed or in a closet and easily take it out when you’re ready to workout.
The personal Power Plate platform moves 25 to 50 times per second to activate your muscles. In addition, the vibrations move in three directions (vertically, horizontally and laterally) to engage your muscles more than floor exercises alone. Engaging your muscles to fight against the destabilizing effect the Power Plate creates helps you get more out of your workouts.
For example of exercises you can do on your Personal Power Plate, watch the video below:
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