Whole Body Vibration Exercise Systems

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Whole Body Vibration Exercise Systems
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7/12/2015 - $249.00 - 399.9 - Click To See Discussion (11 comments)

Check out the product page for the RS3000

Check out what Dr. Susan Smith Jones, MS, PhD has to say about this Exercise System after completing a six month study.

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Both the RS2200 & RS3000 come with a 2 year warranty.

Where is the STUDY? Looks more like an endorsement not research.

The full study is on Dr. Susan Smith Jones, MS, PhD website & magazine. We just posted a brief highlight of the 6 month study on our website.

We have been one of the leading manufactures in Whole Body Vibration equipment for more than five years.

You forgot to reveal who funded the non peer reviewed “study” and paid the doctor. This item should not be on Sports Woot it clearly belongs to be on “Sellout” Woot.

Yes, Dr. Susan Smith Jones, an expert in “holistic health”, who advocates using herbs and spirituality in order to be healthy. Who doesn’t list what her PhD is in on her website, but only says she’s a “behavioral and transformational specialist.”

You can cite someone who seems to be a shill on par with Dr. Oz, or you can cite an organization like the Mayo Clinic, which states on their website that “comprehensive research about whole-body vibration is lacking. It’s not yet clear if whole-body vibration provides the same range of health benefits as exercise you actively engage in, such as walking, biking or swimming.” Or you can cite the NIH, which states that “In conclusion, 24 weeks whole body vibration training did not reduce weight, total body fat or subcutaneous fat in previously untrained females.”

Junk science on Sport Woot? Shame on the Wooties!

This thing screams 3am infomercial to me…4 easy payments of…

Wow, chill! I love my rock solid WBV machine! After 10 min of exercise using it, I feel like a wet noodle

tell that to Michael Jordan, you know who he is? He used WBV to recover after basketball games.

The first thing I thought of when I saw these was those machines where you put the band around your waist and it jiggles you back and forth…

Is this thing like the contraption at amusement parks where you drop in a quarter and get 30 seconds of jolting vibrations for your feet? Those contraptions allow me to stay at the park for the full day and not keel over from exhaustion. I love them!

If this is like that, I may be in for 1.

The real question is though, will it work with my Zune?

My thought exactly! The 1950’s called - they want their “exercise machine” back!

I own a very similar unit: Confidence Fitness Slim Full Body Vibration Platform Fitness Machine. The claims of being equivalent to traditional exercise may be a bit overblown. However if you tend to have stiff ankles or calves this machine is wonderful. After 10 minutes my legs feel great.

Dr. in Economics the best reference?

Real Doctors can’t endorse the product for weight loss or they would risk losing their medical license.

“Dr.'s” in this case can say whatever the hell they want.

Now that the big evil corporation of Amazon owns woot, they’ll push anything for a dolllar. I’m heading to meh.com. At least they are honest.