Our expert says:
Those vibrating machines have received a lot of hype in the last few years, and now all the major gyms have them. There's no evidence, at least, no good evidence that I'm aware of, that they work for cellulite. There is evidence that they help improve strength and balance, because they activate nerve reflexes. But in terms of weight loss, none at all, and you're probably better of walking for 10 minutes than standing on the platform for 10.
In terms of safety, no danger unless they're used for too long. And the vibration waves can't cause any chemical changes in the body like radiation or radio waves. The only risk is that you can injure joints if you overdo it. But again, I'd limit the use, and rather do old-fashioned exercise,w hich we know works.
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