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    vibrating plate

    Has anyone ever used one of these? I'm a t12 and I thought I might be able to use it with my kfo's Any thoughts?

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    I've heard of it for bone density.
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    I've used it in the gym and I hate the feeling, everything vibrates like hell... I don't know anything whether it's beneficial or not. They say it is but you know that's no proof.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emmy View Post
    Has anyone ever used one of these? I'm a t12 and I thought I might be able to use it with my kfo's Any thoughts?
    Go for it. As a T12 myself I have used it and found it can work two ways depending on the exercises Im doing. Sometimes it can help you get a lot more feedback when producing a movement - even for a few minutes after the vibration has been switched off. At other times it does nothing but make your ears and nose itch ;-)

    I have seen it being used by many completes and incompletes by building a larger base for it to perform core, balance and high-kneeling exercises without having to necessarily stand.

    Try it out.

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    what kind would I buy, I don't want to spend to much. My goal is to use it to help loose weight, i found some for around $400

    The one projectwalk has is around $5,000

    Any suggestions

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