In 2006, 48 young women participated in a study that suffered from early low bone mineral density. They were split into 2 groups.
One group was subject to low-level whole body vibrations, just like the Marodyne LiV device, where the other half just stood on a platform.
The active group only required 10 minutes a day on this device to achieve phenomenal benefits.
Once re-evaluated, the active group showed remarkable results compared to the control group. Researchers concluded that these short bouts of low vibration stimulated the muscles to increase mass, as well as bone mineral density.