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Aug 17, 2021

Jul 08, 2013 Ask any vibration plate owner that if you increase the frequency from 30Hz to 50Hz muscle activity gets reduced. The feeling is as if the vibration plate is not working. Best whole-body vibration frequencies . Finnish researchers (5) may have an explanation for this. They tested whole-body vibration frequencies ranging from 10 – 90Hz

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