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CALLMECARRIE Posts: 1,598
8/2/13 8:51 A

It doesn't sound legit to me.

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8/2/13 8:46 A

Uhhh no. Find a new gym.

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8/2/13 6:02 A

Have any of y'all heard of this? They offer it at my gym and I was wondering if anyone else tried it.

Basically it's a combination of red light therapy (where they shine LED light at you) and standing on a platform that vibrates really, really fast. They say it's supposed to promote circulation, speed metabolism, reduce cellulite, and soothe sore muscles and joints.

I tried it yesterday, and it felt really good! I wasn't sure about the lights (I felt pretty silly standing in this giant tube with those little goggles on) but the vibrating platform helped ease the pain in my knee.

So is this legit? What do you think?

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