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Vibration plate (wobble boards)

S: 17st9lb C: 16st10lb G: 12st9lb Loss: 0st13lb(5.26%)
I am a single mum to a disabled child, I have no way to be able to go to the gym or even for a jog.

I was wondering if vibration plates are worth it? I'm tempted to buy one!

Has anyone had results from using one alongside slimming world? Or would I be wasting my money

Louise x
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See if you can try one before committing to any expenditure. There is a VibroGym machine at the gym I go to, and although I do use it (my trainer insists!) and it does help by intensifying whatever exercise I am doing (particularly if we are targeting specific muscles) I don't think it makes much difference to weight loss. And I absolutely hate it!!


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S: 10st12.5lb C: 10st9lb G: 10st2lb BMI: 24 Loss: 0st3.5lb(2.3%)
Hi Louise
I thought about buying one of these before sw!
I have heard mixed reviews about them- I think they are more effective used as part of your exercise rather than alone.
If I were to buy a piece of equipment for the home I think id opt for a cross trainer, so you can do some exercise that you know will work.
Rosie x
S: 20st2lb C: 10st13.5lb G: 10st7lb BMI: 22 Loss: 9st2.5lb(45.57%)
one thing about Vibro-Gyms/Power Plates is that you need a really secure floor, ideally something more solid than floorboards otherwise you could really have issues with vibration travelling through the house/causing damage to any ornaments/TV/anything you really don't want to break having a little mishap :s
I love mine -use it every day. Certainly helps tone you up. I have wooden floors and no problems with it.Check out which
one you buy fi#rst(reviews etc) as some are known for breaking down etc

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