Sore Muscles? Buy A Vibrating Plate!
I purchased one for my father and I because we both do a LOT of work while sitting. One problem of sitting theorized is that your lymphatic system doesn't get pumped like it's supposed to and it's speculated that just 10-15 minutes a day on a vibration plate solves this problem.
This aside, however, my father is an avid golfer and in his 70s. He often has a sore back. He now swears by this plate. He says after golf with an aching back he's used it and has 90-100% reduction in back muscle soreness. I just wanted to report that in case anybody was interested. By the way, while using the vibe plate sometimes he stands, sometimes he lays on his back, sometimes he goes up to 45 minutes if needed.
I'm not pushing the BP vibration plate here. In fact, just the opposite. Someone wrote a review of the plate here complaining that it was exactly the same as the Live Vibe (which is what I bought because of this review) just rebranded and that the Live Vibe is $500 less.
You can see what I'm talking about by checking out the other site here: http://ridgeandcompany.com/
I have nothing to do with that company but the plate seems very solid. We're both thrilled with the quality.
My own experience corresponds to one of the other reviewers on the Bulletproof Vibe who says using it exacerbated his tinnitus. It did for mine as well but to be honest, it's hard to tell for me since I've also at the same time uppped my coffee intake which also causes tinnitus issues. I did see an ear, nose, throat specialist and mentioned this to him and he thought the vibration would be unlikely to cause the increased tinnitus so who knows. Something to be aware of anyway.