The 2 Types Of Bone That Are Built When You Exercise The Right Way

Using Power Plate each day makes your muscles and bones stronger, quickly.   

This can help reverse any metabolic dysfunction. 

More muscle means your entire body works better.  You feel better.   

When you step on a Power Plate, the vibrations force your muscles to contract. 

This involuntary action is part of the magic of using a Power Plate. 

The average setting people use create 1200 vibrations every 30 seconds. 

This simple math is part of what makes a Power Plate such a great tool to make bones and muscles stronger, relatively quickly

Muscles are attached to tendons. 

Tendons are attached to bones.  

When muscles contract, it pulls on the tendon and puts force on the bone.

And the more force, the more pull that is put on the bone. 

This triggers a response from the bone to build up two main parts of your bone. 

1. The cortical, outer part of your bone. 

2. The trabecular, inner part of your bone. 

Doing ten minutes a day of simple, gentle squats can help trigger this response from your bones. 

Adding 5 to 10 pushups to your daily routine will help with grip strength. 

It's also a fantastic way to tone your arms. 

Every time you force a muscle contraction, you force a response from your muscles.  They get stronger and more useful.  You also burn some fat. 

Even very strong people have a hard time doing more than 12-15 pushups on a Power Plate.   

A little goes a long way to help build stronger hips, wrists, legs and arms. 

You'll also trigger your lymphatic system into action. 

Remember that this network of 600-700 nodes in your body needs exercise to turn it on

There is no automatic pump that works 24/7. 

When you turn on your lymph system, you also turn on your pathogen defense system. 

Essential for proper immune function.


  • These articles are so helpful. Thank you and keep them coming!

  • This was a great article. I am using my PP for bone strengthening but want to learn more. I use it 5 days a week for 10" sessions as Dr Yoni Whitten recommended

    Holly Smith

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