ROM (Range of Motion) exercise machine is a very short, high intensity, workout. It challenges muscles in both directions (push and pull). The ROM matches the amount of strength and effort a person puts into it by using a flywheel. A centrifugal brake puts more resistance on the flywheel so exercise becomes harder, the faster the flywheel turns. As a result, the machine adjusts to greater strength and endurance and always challenges the body.
The manufacturers say it is possible to get a full workout on the ROM machine in 4 minutes a day, just a fraction of the time most people spend exercising. Sensor technology built into the ROM assigns a score to each exercise session. This makes it easy to measure progress and also to see the impact of the NanoVi™ device. Athletes report hitting their personal best ROM records when they incorporate the NanoVi™ device in their ROM exercise routine. The combination is so good because high intensity workouts create a huge demand for recovery. The NanoVi™ helps with this recovery by triggering repair mechanisms at the cellular level. It is not necessary to use the NanoVi™ at the same time as the ROM, although this can be done. Below, Janice describes her experience.
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I have a ROM exercise machine, which is designed to give you an intense workout in 4 minutes. It has an upper body and a lower body workout. The ROM manufacturer recommends that you alternate these workouts, doing the upper body one day and the lower the next.
Even though the ROM workout only lasts 4 minutes it is really intense. At around the 2-minute mark it starts to get really hard. At the end of 4 minutes I am usually very winded and my heart is pounding. Once you are done, the machine assigns you a score. The goal is to reach a score of 115 three times in a row before you move on to the next level of intensity.
I have over the years had periods when I manage to fit in the workout every day, but that has not been the case recently. The other day I used the Eng3 air machine for maybe 10 minutes or more before getting on the ROM machine to do the upper body workout.I had not worked out at all in at least 2 weeks prior to that and probably more. I had even not been doing the entire 4 minutes when I did do it and I had not been using my ROM machine every day by any stretch of the imagination.
I was still using the air machine when I got on the ROM machine and continued to breathe the Eng3 air throughout the upper body workout. I could not believe how easy it was to pull and push the levers. It felt effortless. I did have to stop and start a little to prevent the cannula from getting caught on the handles.
By the end of my workout on the ROM machine, I was not out of breath and my heart was not racing. My strength did not waver throughout the 4 minutes and I felt consistently stronger than I usually do. My score had been around 108 the last time I did this workout. My score this time was 112, but it’s been 3 days and I didn’t write it down. It might have been higher and the score was lower than it should have been because of the times I stopped to move the cannula.
The next day I did the lower body workout. That wasn’t quite as effortless, but it was still way easier to get through. My final score was 115. And I wasn’t winded at the end. My pulse felt a little accelerated but nothing compared to the usual. My most recent ROM scores had been around 107 to 109.
Thanks so much for everything!
My ROM exercise score was 116 tonight for upper body. Very good for me. Heart beat was up at the end, but I wasn’t out of breath. A much easier workout. For me it really makes exercising painless!
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CMEF, Shenzhen, China: NanoVi™ Demonstrated to Address Oxidative Stress
October 29, 2016
NanoVi™ technology was showcased at the 76th China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF). Several NanoVi™ devices were demonstrated for patrons at two different locations within the fair. In addition to the live demonstration, clinical and scientific information about oxidative stress and bio-identical signaling was provided in both English and Chinese. Of particular interest to the attendees was the ability to use NanoVi™ to address oxidative stress damage without introducing a drug or substance into the body. In Asia, like other parts of the world, the close connection between oxidative stress and chronic disorders is well understood. Eng3 was well received as a CMEF exhibitor by practitioners because the NanoVi can be offered as a drug-free approach to reducing oxidative stress damage.
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About CMEF: Since its beginning in 1979, the China International Medical Equipment Fair has become one of the largest medical equipment, related products, and services fairs in the Asia-Pacific Region. The fair is held twice a year in the spring and autumn. At each fair there is almost 4,000 medical device manufacturers from over 24 countries, and approximately 120,000 individuals from companies, government procurement agencies, and hospitals. After over 35 years of innovation, individuals from around the globe continue to attend the CMEF as a professional procurement and trade platform of the medical industry.
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Center for Oxidative Stress Villa Margherita
Oxidative Stress Indicators
December 15th, 2015, Arcugnano Italy
Three years ago Dr. Giampietro Nordera, head of the Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation at the Villa Margherita, and his colleagues created the Center for Oxidative Stress in Villa Margherita. The center treats a range of oxidative stress-related illnesses, studies oxidative stress indicators, and conducts research on treatments and procedures around free radicals that could benefit patients.
The Center for Oxidative Stress offers a residential program with patients typically staying for two weeks. During this time, extensive testing is done and patients are closely monitored as treatments are adjusted and optimized for them. Measures of oxidative stress indicators, free radicals, cellular damage and cellular health are used to evaluate treatments. Dr. Nordera has recently started to investigate NanoVi™ Technology. His goal is to use oxidative stress indicators to evaluate NanoVi’s capability to reduce oxidative stress damage from free radicals, reduce fatigue, and improve performance and recovery times for athletes.
In Dr. Giampietro Nordera’s own words:
“I have used NanoVi™ Technology myself, and I have already obtained good results, both improving my athletic performance and reducing recovery time”
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Dr. Nordera discusses the Center for Oxidative Stress in Villa Margherita and his evaluation of the NanoVi™ device. An English transcript is below this video:
My name is Giampietro Nordera and I run the department of neurology and rehabilitation at the Clinic Villa Margherita in Arcugnano, Vicenza. In our clinic we treat neurodegenerative pathologies, especially in the department of neurology, as well as the rehabilitation process for patients suffering from these pathologies. Ours is a highly specialized clinic which accepts patients coming from various Italian regions. In our center we also treat anxiety and mood disorders, and we have a special department devoted to eating disorders. We carry out a series of studies, especially drugs tests, in order to find out new molecules which are able to make us obtain important results for the pathologies we treat.
Three years ago we created a center for oxidative stress in Villa Margherita, thanks to which we are able to evaluate all oxidative stress indicators, and thus find out remedies to this situation. In particular, we evaluate lifestyle and diet of those who undergo examinations at our clinic. When we evaluate the results coming from these tests, we are able to create a series of treatments for our patients, such as food supplements, or aerobic sport activities, or, in the event of oxidative stress, we have recently started to use the NanoVi technology which is able to send a bioidentical message initiated by NIR. Near infrared radiations makes it possible to create a bioidentical response that helps the organism protect cells and repair them from the damage caused by oxidative stress.
Oxidative stress occurs both during aerobic sport activities and, above all, in a series of pathologies including neurodegenerative pathologies. According to such criteria, we have created two lines of research. The first one concerns patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease whose main symptom is chronic fatigue, and we want to evaluate if NanoVi technology is able to reduce this noxious disorder. The second line of research is the one we promote for athletes, in particular those who carry out activities of resistance, the so called runners. We would theoretically experience an improvement of athletic performances, as well as a reduction of recovery times after muscular efforts.
I have used NanoVi technology myself and I have already obtained good results, both improving my athletic performance and reducing recovery times. I am confident that the results of our future studies will be more than satisfactory. I expect that fatigue symptoms will definitely be reduced in patients suffering from Parkinson disease. I also expect that the data concerning runners from Vicenza will confirm what has already been shown in previous studies, which is an improvement of athletic performance and a reduction of post-exertion recovery times.
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Oxidative Stress Scientific Conference
September 27th 2016, Arcugnano Italy
Dr. Giampietro Nordera, a Neurologist and Director of the Center for the Study and Treatment of Oxidative Stress (CSOx), presented research results on the use of the NanoVi™ to address oxidative stress related disorders. Dr. Nordera’s research is aimed at assessing the efficacy of the NanoVi ™ in treating fatigue, sleep quality, recovery from exertion and other factors associated with oxidative stress damage. Dr. Nordera was able to measure positive results and recommended the NanoVi™ device to conference attendees for addressing these related disorders.
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Dr. Nordera received his education at the University of Padua, and was an Adjunct Professor of Neurology at the University of Padua School of Specialization. He has published more than 50 scientific papers in national and international journals. He has also been the editor and moderator in more than 80 international conferences. His career has been focused on addressing these stress related disorders and neurodegenerative conditions.
Jiangsu International Cooperation Center for Science and Technology
Oxidative Stress Damage
November 3rd, 2016, Nanjing, China
Eng3 was invited to present NanoVi™ technology, and to discuss oxidative stress damage at the China (Jiangsu) International Cooperation Center for Science and Technology (JISTC). The meeting was chaired by Dr. Aimin Zhu, CEO of China Nanjing Shidong Technologies.
Hans Eng, CEO of Eng3, presented the scientific foundation of NanoVi™ technology to members of the Nanjing medical community. Hans explained how the NanoVi™ delivers the bio-identical signal, and the NanoVi’s resulting influence on cellular activities, and oxidative stress damage. The audience, made up of doctors and others in Nanjing’s medical community, engaged in an extensive question and answer session after Hans’ presentation. The discussion focused primarily on reducing oxidative stress damage. Chinese doctors, like their Western counterparts, recognize how oxidative stress erodes health and accelerates the aging process. The fact that NanoVi™ has no contraindications was of particular interest because the standard practices of Chinese doctors may include both oriental medicine and pharmaceutical drugs.
Adam Zhang, CEO of JISTC presented Hans Eng and Rowena Gates with gifts at the end of the meeting.
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The Water Conference, and Bio-identical Signaling Technology
October 9th, 2016
Dr. Gerald Pollack, prominent Exclusion Zone water (EZ water) researcher, and author of The Fourth Phase of Water, asked Hans Eng to present NanoVi™ technology at the Water Conference in Sofia Bulgaria. Dr. Pollack is a Professor at the University of Washington Department of Bioengineering who organizes the annual meeting on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water to bring professionals from around the world together to share their research and scientific insights.
Pictured to the right with Hans Eng are Vladimir Voeikov and Nikolai Bunkin of Moscow State University, and Dr. Gerald Pollack from the University of Washington.
Hans Eng presented on the process of inducing cellular repair by using near infrared (NIR) to influence water within and between cells as it relates to Exclusion Zone water. For more detailed information, please read below
Energy Via Indirectly induced NIR (iiNIR) repair process
Because we now know specifics about the attributes of water, it is possible to utilize and optimize indirectly induced NIR processes. Several electromagnetic energies, one at the high end of the NIR range and others above the NIR range, are specific wavelengths that match absorption peaks of water. In this situation, water not only absorbs the energy, it also transfers it (ultrafast) between its networked molecules.
More precisely, the energy is transferred within the water’s hydrogen bond network via nano-vibrations. If the number of water molecules is small enough, like in a cell, iiNIR is thought to alter the attributes into so-called Exclusion Zone water (EZ water). This cascading effect of energy transfer is not limited in distances or volume, as long as the water molecules form a network and are connected to each other.
Ultimately, the energy is transmitted to all components that are embedded in the network of water molecules and embedded proteins receive an energy kick. Because of the energy conversion during the transfer from electromagnetic energy, to hydrogen bond energy and finally to the receiving protein, this process is called Indirect-induced-NIR (iiNIR) therapy. Again, this indirectly-induced-NIR process is only triggered by very specific NIR wavelengths, converted to a kinetic energy (kick) and transferred across water molecules, via nano-vibrations, to ultimately be received by the proteins and enable their biological functions.
The NanoVi™ technology utilizes these properties of water and energy transfer. Tests and studies with NanoVi™ technology prove that it assists the repair of proteins and enhances protein function.
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The Water Conference and Bio-Identical Signaling Technology
August 24th, 2016
Hans Eng, CEO of Eng3, has been invited to participate in the Water Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water. Dr. Gerald Pollack first started “The Water Conference” in 2006 to bring researchers studying the special properties of water together. In addition to Gerald Pollack, who is from the University of Washington, the distinguished speakers include water scientists Vladimir Voeikov and Nikolai Bunkin of Moscow State University, and Roberto Germano from the University of Napoli, Italy. Hans Eng will introduce bio-identical signaling technology, and how NanoVi™ technology assists and enhances cellular repair by influencing water within and between cells.
Dr. Gerald Pollack, the organizer of The Water Conference, is well known for advancing the notion of a “fourth phase of water”, in addition to solid, liquid, and gas. This new phase is often referred to as Exclusion Zone Water (EZ Water).
In his book The Fourth Phase of Water Dr. Pollack “lays a simple foundation for understanding how changes of water structure underlie most energetic transitions of form and motion on earth” (Pollack, 2013).
Pollack, Gerald H. The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor. Seattle, WA: Ebner & Sons, 2013. Print.