What Mayo Clinic, Harvard Medical Say About Exercising With Stiff or Painful Joints

Many people who experience stiff or painful joints have been guided away from exercise.

The people at Mayo Clinic have a different view:

"Though you might think exercise will aggravate your joint pain and stiffness, that's not the case. Lack of exercise actually can make your joints even more painful and stiff.

That's because keeping your muscles and surrounding tissue strong is crucial to maintaining support for your bones. Not exercising weakens those supporting muscles, creating more stress on your joints."

Using the Power Plate, even on the lowest and least intense settings, helps to engage your muscles and bones.

Think of Power Plate as an easy way to get effective doses of exercise, especially when you are in pain and it's not easy.

Harvard Medical School shares a similar view as Mayo Clinic:

"Although it may seem counterintuitive to move more when your joints hurt, studies have shown that exercise can reduce arthritis-related pain, fatigue, and stiffness."

The Power Plate might be the most useful and most researched product in the health and fitness world.

It helps you rethink and reimagine what is possible with your body.

New research keeps coming out showing different benefits.

This new study out of the UK shows "significant" reduction in muscle soreness after exercise.

Power Plate helps you get effective "doses" of exercise and also helps your body feel a lot less sore from any activity that you do.

 Scientists have found that a Power Plate workout recruits 95% of your muscle fibers while a regular workout is shown to only recruit 55%.

This is the core reason Power Plate helps turn your body into a perpetual-fat-burning-machine.

And it does this, while bringing pain levels in your body down every time you use it. The 1200 waves of energy every 30 seconds flow through your tendons, helping to remove all chronic pain, over time. It makes your entire physical system work better-- the ultimate biohack!

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