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The material provided herein is intended for educational and informational purposes only. Hypergravity Fit-N-Flex is not engaged in rendering medical service or advice and the information provided is not a substitute for a professional medical opinion. If you have a medical problem, please contact a qualified health professional. What is a G? A “G” is an abbreviation for gravitation. One “G” is equal to the gravitational force the earth exerts on a body. One “G” is equal to 9.8 meters per second squared. Acceleration is often measured in Gs as does StatusCheck. What is acceleration? Acceleration is the rate of change in velocity of an object over a period in time. An object that is dropped is subjected to one “G” of force, which equals the acceleration of the object, 9.81 m/s/s, or 32.2 ft/s/s  What is velocity? Velocity is the distance an object travels in a period of time, usually expressed as feet per second or meters per second. In one second, a dropped object will have a velocity of 9.81 m/s. or 32.2 ft/sWhat is hertz?Hertz are cycles per second, abbreviated as Hz. What are peak Vibration parameters? The “Peak” parameter indicates the magnitude of the maximum vibration measured over the sampling duration. Why do the Hypergravity platforms are ones of the most powerful and energy efficient machines in today market?Applying a force to the mass is similar to pushing a child on a swing, you need to push at the correct moment if you want the swing to get higher and higher. As in the case of the swing, the force applied to Hypergravity platforms, does not necessarily have to be high to get high motions; The pushes just need to keep adding small energy into lifting the platform plus the weight of the body.