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The Difference between Vibration and Wai Dan Gong

The difference between the two is that Wai Dan Gong needs to bounce by its own strength, and it takes a long time to practice in order to achieve a state of natural shaking and consistent shaking frequency. The Whole Body Vertical Vibration(WBVV) depends on mechanical force, which makes the body shake naturally at the same frequency.

Wai Dan Gong uses the natural breathing methods Tortoise Breath- "exhale" and "inhale" to cooperate with the limbs to achieve smooth Qi-blood circulation throughout the body. There is a total of twelve types of Wai Dan Gong, depending on the level. The moves can be completed within 30 to 60 minutes. Bounce and shake for rhythmic breathing can relax the body, breathe smoothly, blood vessels are easy to expand, blood naturally accelerates, and microcirculation is enhanced, and the body's oxygen supply is sufficient. After about ten minutes, one will feel the whole body felt refreshed.

The Whole Body Vertical Vibration(WBVV) and the harmonious resonant frequencyproduced by the Wai Dan Gong after the exercise are similar. So, Wai Dan Gong is similar with whole body vertical vibration. Both can promote blood circulation to supply sufficient oxygen and nourishment to all parts of the body, so that the organs can function normally. In fact, it is the basic conditions and rules for improving health and achieving the purpose of bodybuilding and health.

The Whole Body Vertical Vibration(WBVV) is the rapid up-down frequency vibration through gravity, which produces a special type of impact on the body, changes the musculoskeletal nervous system of the body, and further affects the endocrine and other physiological systems to produce a variety of efficacies. The Whole Body Vertical Vibration(WBVV) does not require any tips nor does it require tense practice. All you need is to just stand on the Whole Body Vertical Vibration(WBVV) machine for 15 minutes, you can achieve the effect of Wai Dan Gong.


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