The Soloflex Story
Soloflex revolutioned the home fitness industry with the introduction of the Soloflex Muscle Machine in 1978.
Includes User Guide and rheostat with 8' cord to adjust the frequency of the vibration from 28 to 60 Hz. The platform is 10"x40"x5" and weighs 30 pounds. Bench core is 13-ply plywood and skin is molded urethane foam. Bench has been tested to 1500 pounds. Legs and motor casing are powder coated steel.
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I purchased the WBV when it first came out around 2005. I used it for a while and didn't see much difference. I tried to find some workouts for it, but there wasn't much available. The WBV sat in the closet for a couple of years.
In 2011, I decided to try doing some stretches on it to work out some tightness in my hips. Wow!!! what a difference doing my stretching routine on the WBV!!! A huge improvement with very simple stretching exercises. Now, I use it everyday. It is great for my running tight hamstrings and my bicycling tight quads! The ankles that have bothered my for the last 30 years, are now stronger than ever!
Thanks Soloflex for a great product!
P.S. Thank you for adding exercises to the user manual!
I was one of the first to try the vibration board. I use Soloflex equipment exclusively. When I read about WBV I was skeptical. Now when I do my freeweight exercises while on the board, I find that my muscle are not as fatigue. Which seems to increase the amount I spend during each workout. Sometimes I just lay on the board to help me relax. I have had trouble with my joints in the past, knee and shoulder and the machine appears to offer some type of therapy. Less pain equals more gain, in my book.