Vibration plate buyers’ guide
If you are just starting your search and confused about what to buy -we have it all for you here in our handy vibration plate guide.
- Do vibration plates work?
- Vibration plate exercises
- How to compare vibration plate brands
- Types of vibration plates
- How to choose a vibration plate
- Are vibration plates noisy?
- Vibration plate reviews
- About JTX Fitness
Benefits of vibration plates
Vibration plates have been in most gyms and on the high street for over five years now. They are used to help people to lose weight and cellulite, to increase muscle strength and tone and are relied upon by many for their health benefits. But best of all – They can cut a one hour workout down to just 15 minutes! Find out more about the benefits of vibration plates here.
Types of vibration plates
Oscillation Plates: Perfect for weight loss
If you have tried a vibration plate in a high street beauty or tanning salon you are most likely to have tried a vibration plate with an ‘Oscillation’ movement. This is a much simpler vibration movement than other vibration plates offer. The base of the machine moves up and down in a see-saw motion to provide great weight loss and toning results. Read more >
Tri-plane Vibration Plates: Ideal for toning, floor exercises and gym workouts
If you have tried a vibration plate in any gym such as David Lloyd or Virgin Active you are most likely to have tried a vibration plate with a ‘Tri-Plane’ movement. The plate moves with an intensive buzzing vibration across three planes (forward/back, side to side, and up and down). Read more >
Combination Oscillation and vibration
These vibration plates are generally oscillation plates that have a secondary vibration motor. The vibration motion will not be as powerful as a ‘Tri-Plane’ vibration plate but are a great choice if you want to add floor exercises such as press ups to tone arms or stretches to a traditional weight loss workout with the oscillation plate. Read more >