“Thanks for the update, Randy. I basically tell my clients that vertical vibration is better b/c when a horse (or human) walks or runs the concussion from loading/unloading our skeletal system and limbs is vertical naturally & that by varying the hertz of the vertical vibrations we can increase the blood circulation and movement of lymph through the body in a more effective manner. However, I always like receiving new info as some folks require more of a word picture than others. The downside of circular vibration is interesting——thanks for sharing—it is something I’m sure I can find useful when explaining the benefits of EquiVibe to clients.
Also, we are currently requiring low level laser balancing and EquiVibe prior to putting horses through our water treadmill. We have discovered we get noticeable results more quickly (increased topline, pectoral development, and underbody firming) primarily from swimming our client’s horses if we prepare them beforehand with low level laser and vibration prior to each treadmill session. We had some scoffers early on, but now have had clients that went elsewhere and put their horses thru water treadmills that did not get as good of results as we do. Several of these clients have returned to our facility thanking us for the pre-prep (laser & EquiVibe) which they too have noticed enhances their horses’ overall fitness and performance.”