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By accident, I came across a German website showing exercises with Lonce's equipment - which apparently does not burden the joints. Can I ask for an opinion on this device and info on where to look for it?

I was looking for reliable information about this device for quite a long time. It works by creating vibrations that affect the nervous system and force it to send impulses to the muscles, which then contract. Vibration training has been known on the Polish market for several years. There are many machines that work on similar principles. Vibration training brings quick results. First of all, it increases muscle strength, firms the muscles and has a positive effect on strengthening bones and tendons. Indeed, Lonce's equipment does not burden the joints, because there are no forces acting on our body in the vertical axis during the exercises. However, there are a few contraindications to vibration training. These are all cardiovascular diseases (hypertension, heart disease, varicose veins), nervous system diseases (epilepsy), discopathy, cancer and fresh surgical wounds. I did not find a Polish distributor of Lonce's equipment, so there is an option to bring the device from Germany.

Remember that our expert's answer is informative and will not replace a visit to the doctor.

Michał Janik

A graduate of the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw - he graduated from the specialization of Sport Manager, Instructor of Movement Recruitment - Fitness specialization and Sports Instructor with specialization in Bodybuilding. He has been working in the fitness industry for over ten years. During this period, he gained experience in many Warsaw clubs by conducting aerobics classes and personal training. Currently, it inspires club members to a he althy lifestyle in the network of Holmes Place clubs and raises the qualifications of personal trainers.
Hobbies: dietetics, psychology, skiing, volleyball, tennis, squash, running

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