Anyone who dislikes exercising, or can't exercise, may be intrigued by the Turbosonic Whole Body Vibration machine. Essentially, a session involves standing on a vibrating platform for about 10 minutes - that's it.
But its manufacturer says that will increase strength, endurance, and flexibility. And that's not all - the Turbosonic folks claim the up-and-down movements exercise the organs, improve blood vessel circulation, and activate the lymph system - whatever that means. Whether it's the miracle machine it claims to be, or just another lame gimmick, isn't really clear because scientific evidence is lacking. One thing's for sure, it's not cheap. Models range from $7,500 to $16,000.
Credit: Turbosonic Whole Body Vibration