Our expert says:
Hi there Juanita
Honestly, I would put it in the categories of marketing gimmicks. There's little scientific basis to it. One the positive side, there's little chance that it damages the organs, because the vibration is not nearly severe enough to do that - you can imagine that during something like running, the movement and impact is far higher, yet that doesn't damage anything. But on the downside, it won't work. The thing about it is that if you're very inactive and very overweight, then anything you do will count - it's better than nothing. But there is little chance that it's actually anywhere near as effective as normal cardio exercise - things like cyclng, running, taebo etc. Then the other big factor is diet and I can say with high degree of certainty that this person who lost weight almost certainly did so with diet, not the machine.
So my advice is to stick with cardio and diet, and not worry about this.
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