Will a 'powerspin' interfere with my PM? Static electricity.

Hi,

I am trying to rehab my shoulder from a frozen shoulder and I just bought one of these -

https://powerballs.com/shop/powerspin-isometric-exerciser

 

It says on the box - don't use it with any kind of heart condition!

Do you think it will interfere with my pacemaker or are they just covering themselves over the 'exercise' nature of the product, raising the heart rate etc.

 

It does seem to generate a little bit of static electicity.

What do we think?

 


1 Comments

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by heckboy - 2020-02-19 10:16:16

Maybe it has to do with the vibration; that it could activate the rate response and make your PM speed up. I wouldn't worry about it, but that's me.

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