Resistance exercise doesn't mean resistance to exercise! Instead, it's a type of exercise that has gained popularity over the last decade or so as researchers discover the many benefits it has to offer. Resistance training is any exercise that causes the muscles to contract against an external resistance with the expectation of increases in strength, tone, mass, and/or endurance. The external resistance can involve dumbbells, rubber exercise tubing, your own body weight, bricks, bottles of water, or a vibration machine that causes the muscles to contract. More
Do Vibration Machines Work? It’s a question on many people’s lips after the ever-increasing emergence of mall displays and late night infomercials claiming that vibration machines are the next big thing in exercise. But are they really? Can they really take your fitness to the next level? More
Exercise boasts many benefits - it burns calories; decreases the risk for many chronic diseases; reduces or prevents, high blood pressure; lessens feelings of depression and anxiety; strengthens bones and muscles; and improves mood.
For many people, finding time to exercise before or after work is difficult. But physical activity need not be separate from work. Several research studies have found that people are more productive and in better moods at work when they exercise during the day. Here are some tips to help you reach your physical activity goals while you work. More
If you’ve ever heard of the saying, ‘no pain, no gain,’ then you will be familiar with gruelling workouts in the gym while sweating away, assuming that it is the only way to lose weight. However, there is a better alternative that will help boost metabolism, burn fat, dissolve cellulite and maintain muscle tone all at the same time – introducing Vibration Machines. More and more people in Australia are choosing this fitness machine to help them achieve the results they want. More
Whole Body Vibration is a term you may have heard from time to time in the media, by celebs or personal trainers. So what is it? “Whole Body” refers to all the body parts. Whole Body really means that – your muscles, bones, tendons, sinews, cartilage, nerves, and organs are all stimulated at the same time. A Vibration Machine is simply movement, that’s all. On some types of machines it simulates a safe natural walking motion, others jumping up and down, but with less impact than either types of exercise. More