Medically supervised studies by UIC, and Tokai University (Japan).
Certified NEAT™ by Mayo Clinic
The Mayo Clinic's NEAT (Non Exercise Activity Thermogenesis) certification program looks at solutions that will increase energy expenditure, even at low intensity, long durations, to combat obesity and the harmful physiological outcomes.
Co-Founders John Godoy and Ron Mochizuki, MD discuss the health benefits of HOVR. Dr. Mochizuki explains that "working out three times per week does not offset the damage caused by sitting during a 40 hour work week."
A "non-workout" that burns big calories. Mayo Clinic released a study confirming the HOVR's ability to increase calorie expenditure by 20% — that's better than either sitting or standing. Certified NEAT™, the HOVR can also help support sustainable weight loss.
A heart-healthy boost, without even standing up. It looks like HOVR may be giving blood clots, swelling, and other heart-related problems the heave-ho. Recent studies by Dr. Taro Takahara, MD, PhD. of Tokai University have demonstrated HOVR’s positive impact on blood circulation.
An easy way to improve brain function. The increase in blood circulation creates higher levels of oxygen and glucose delivery to the brain. HOVR improves cognitive productivity and focus while you sit and work or study.