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Frequently Asked Questions for Whole Body Vibration Machines

Whole Body Vibration FAQs

Every now and then, we get calls and questions from customers about how to use their Whole Body Vibration Machines or why their machines aren’t working. These troubleshooting questions are usually easy fixes, and we’ve decided to cover the most common questions here. If this article doesn’t cover your questions, contact us or view our Whole Body Vibration guide for more information about vibration platform exercise machines.

Using Whole Body Vibration Machines

Troubleshooting Your Whole Body Vibration Machine

What are the benefits of using Whole Body Vibration Machines?

We have an entire blog entry devoted on the topic right here

How often should I use my Whole Body Vibration Machine?

For the answer to this question, read our blog entry on the subject.

What is the Difference Between Oscillation and Triplanar Motion?

Oscillating motion is also called a “see-saw motion” and causes the vibration plate to go up and down pivoting over a center point. Triplanar motion, meanwhile, causes the vibration plate to go straight up and down and forward and back in a spiral-like motion.

What Are Some Exercises I Can Do on Whole Body Vibration Machines?

There are many kinds of exercises you can do while using your Whole Body Vibration Machine. Yoga is a popular one among our users, but Whole Body Vibration Machines are a perfect addition to any gym to improve virtually any workout routine. Find out more about Vibe Machine exercises

How do I Program my Whole Body Vibration Machine?

Program user settings for Whole Body Vibration machine

When Shouldn’t I Use Whole Body Vibration Machines?

We answer that question right here!

Why isn’t my Whole Body Vibration Machine Tower lighting up?

This is an issue that we’ve previously address and is now happening very rarely, but this would usually happen when the base wires are inadvertently “pinched” between the tower and the base by the customer during setup. If this does happen to you, contact us.

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