Power plates

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  1. Chunkeymonkey

    Chunkeymonkey Full Member

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    I currently have a power plate at home and not sure whether to use it. They apparently tense muscles but it doesnt feel like it, just jigglying the wobbly bits.

    Is it fine to use? Sounds silly but I dont want to add "muscle" or hinder my weight loss.

    Thanks guys! :p
     
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    you wont add muscle!! it takes a year to put on 2lb of muscle and thats with intense muscle training, i only know this as my husband does weight training and knows his stuff lol so you should be fine to do it
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    Ah yay! I can go on it while I watch tv! :D
     
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