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Phillip Skinner

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By Phillip Skinner
Published on 09/9/2009
 

What is Vibration Training

Vibration Training is the act of passing vibrations of a particular frequency through the body to elicit a series of unique muscular responses. By affecting the deep muscles of the body, particularly those that attach to the spine, Vibration Training has proven to have a very positive effect on muscular injuries, muscular strength, joint mobility, weight loss, injury recovery and injury prevention. The nature of the contractions effects the muscles in a very specific way; working the whole body as 1 unit rather than working specific body parts. This type of wholistic training is a revolution in fitness and will change the way you currently workout. 

FLEXI-BAR Mission Statement We believe that the FLEXI-BAR is the most effective tool available for strengthening the core muscles of the body, for aiding injury rehabilitation and fighting the effects of ageing, disease, and today's sedentary lifestyles. Our mission is to provide quality products and services that enable our clients to fully utilise the benefits of training with FLEXI-BAR.
 


Introduction Whole Body vibration (WBV) has become a popular training method in recent years.

With origins in German physiotherapy, FLEXI-BAR is the most cost effective method for adding the benefits of vibration training to your workouts & injury rehabilitation. These deep muscles are generally known as involuntary muscles -- they only begin to work in response to an outside force ( in this case the vibrations from FLEXI-BAR ).
Dennis Bartram Demonstrates the Flexi-Bar

  Many back problems, such as slipped disc, sciatica, lumbar pain, neck pain, rounded shoulders, & frozen shoulder, are the result of, or result in, weaknesses in the deep muscles of the back and abdominals.

 

With as little as 30-45 minutes FLEXI-BAR exercise per week, you can often expect immediate changes in core strength, rapid improvements in weak or injured.

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Whether you use it to lose weight, tone your muscles or strengthen your core, the FLEXI-BAR® is unbeatable for its effectiveness. Because FLEXI-BAR® utilises vibration training to work the deep muscles of the core, you can expect to feel dramatic results, FAST!

If you are recovering from an injury, training for a performance sport, or just interested in improving your fitness, FLEXI-BAR® should be your No. 1 choice.

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FLEXI-BAR Studies

Many positive studies have been completed investigating vibration training as a concept. Whilst we can rely on these studies to prove the effectiveness of FLEXI-BAR, we've gone one step further and continue to produce positive studies that are specifically related to our product.

Studies take a very long time to complete, are very expensive and can be very invasive to the human body - in other words, a lot of time, effort and money goes into completing a study.

We currently have two more studies underway as well as two completed studies - the results of which are below. Feel free to download any report that interests you.

If you're interested in studying FLEXI-BAR and its effects on the deep muscles of the core, please don't hesitate to give us a call.

Birmingham University Study

Objective: The study aims to establish the strengthening effect of the transversus abdominis muscle (TrA), comparing the application of stabilization training with vibration training in the form of FLEXI-BAR, whose normal function is regarded as significant in spinal stability.

Results: '...increases in strength were observed in subjects involved with FLEXI-BAR program. In particular greater strengthening of the TrA muscle was seen in the history of LBP group.'

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Munich Technical University

Objective: This study was designed to compare the effects of shoulder rehabilitation in injured volleyball players using a Theraband and a FLEXI-BAR. Specifically looking at three tests of shoulder proprioception – the ball test, the cable test, and the punch test.

Results: '' In the FLEXI-BAR group the difference between the preliminary and the follow up results is very significant. The same pattern occurs for the accuracy of motion speed on the sub dominant side with only the FLEXI-BAR Group showing a significant difference''