The Galileo Vibration System principle adopts human gait. It employs a seesaw motion pattern with adjustable frequency and amplitude to simulate gait patterns. The Galileo platform‘s seesaw motion causes a side-alternating tilt of the pelvis – just as in gait but much faster. Consequently all muscle groups of the legs and trunk constantly react in a side-alternating manner to compensate this tilting, rhythmic motion. The muscle contractions required to compensate Galileo‘s side-alternating stimulation change with the increase of the tilting frequency.
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