"The Lifewave Activator" technology, developed from a break through scientific discovery, is the only exercise machine we know of that is designed to develop, and maintain flexibility, and range of motion throughout the entire body. The specially designed mechanical motion of "The Activator" , stimulates your muscles to contract, stretch and relax at an intensity rate similar to normal exercise with no stress on the central nervous system helping to destress the body.
Ian Reinbott Founder of the Lifewave Activator
Born in Kingaroy, Australia, Ian Reinbott started his career as a peanut farmer. While moving some of the heavy irrigation pipes he tweaked his back and sought relief from various medical practitioners in the area... Read More
What To Expect
The Lifewave Activator stimulates the muscles to improve mobility, function, and overall balance in the body. The wave motion created by the machine allows energy to flow easily while increasing circulation throughout the entire body. As a result, all other systems of the body ( such as lymphatic, nervous, digestive, etc.) begin to function more efficiently, so the assimilation of foods and nutrients improves and the elimination of wastes is naturally increased... Read More
Exercise Your Hamstrings
Lifewave Activator Muscle Motion
These videos demonstrate what happens to the muscle tissue in the leg, torso and neck, and arm when the Lifewave motion is applied. The standard setups send the waves more generally through the torso and upper body or through the gluts, hamstrings, and lower back. In these videos, the wave has been directed to a more specific region.
Micro vibrations were first identified and studied in 1943 by Rohrbacher, an Austrian Neuropathologist. These vibrations occur (almost imperceptibly) even when the muscle is at rest, and increase in intensity up to a maximum, synchronized movement in the form of a rhythmic pattern (sine-curve). This is known as “activity tremor”.
The Lifewave mechanism applies a strong, outside stimulation that leads to longitudinal vibration of the muscle fibers- equivalent to a maximum contraction obtained through resistance exercise. The mechanical stimulation causing the “tremor” in the muscle leads to blood pump function as the muscle contracts and relaxes, providing a unique exercise without stress on the Central Nervous System.