Vacushape has undergone long-term testing at the Clinic of Sports Medicine in Bratislava, Slovakia and at the Obesity Clinic at Charles University in Hradec Králové, Czech Republic, under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Karel Martiník, Ph.D. Several groups of people of varying ages, fitness levels and with different percentages of body fat were monitored.
Participants underwent an anthropometric examination. The results of the tests clearly indicate that the consumption of oxygen, expenditure of energy and oxygen ventilation increase whilst exercising in a reduced atmospheric pressure.
Energy expenditure increases by up to 50% in comparison with standard aerobic exercise without the use of the partial vacuum. Fat burning begins sooner and muscle fatigue is not observed as quickly because lactic acid, which develops in the muscles during exertion, is removed and metabolized much faster.
Vacushape is not only an excellent form of exercise for the general (non-sporting) public, but also for the regeneration of athletes.