If every Doctor knew about a Rebounder- they just might prescribe a daily dose of it. It passes all of the strictest testing and improves your health in more ways than you can count on our fingers. There are so many benefits to rebounding that it seems too good to be true. While using a bellicon or a Lymphaciser, you are literally engaging every single muscle in your body, powered by the force of gravity, and then relaxing them as you descend.
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The Fitness Brain
It’s the New Year, and we all know what that means- it’s a time for fresh energy and new ways of living. It’s easy right? As soon as that calendar flipped pages, the lightning bolts of new ideas and energy just hit, right?!
Actually that’s not how it really works, as you likely already know. Habits, ideas, changes… all of these things require a balance of inspiration, drive and energy to make things actually happen. And at this time of year with shorter, darker days, the push is even harder. Read more
Treadmills are certainly one of the first things that people think of when considering home exercise equipment, and for good reason- they work well. But what are the differences between a rebounder and a treadmill?
For most people, committing to fitness isn’t easy and that’s why choosing wisely matters. We all want to be sure that we are doing the right thing, having fun, seeing progress and not damaging our bodies in the meantime. If you have an injury or chronic condition, there are other considerations as well.
Rebounding For Seniors- All the benefits of exercise without the stress
Using a mini-trampoline (or rebounder) is one of the best forms of exercise for seniors known today. Rebounding on a mini-trampoline is a low-impact form of exercise that provides all of the healthful benefits of traditional exercise, but without the stress on joints and muscles that can sometimes make traditional exercising uncomfortable. Read more
The Lymphatic System – a garbage disposal that only YOU can activate.
The lymphatic system acts somewhat like the “garbage disposal of the body”- a complex network of vessels and organs that recycles body fluid, in the form of “lymph”, targeting and removing invading bacteria, viruses and waste. This waste disposal system relies completely on our movement, unlike for example the cardiovascular system where the heart automatically pumps fluid. Instead, the lymph system relies on our body movements as a pump.
“…for similar levels of heart rate and oxygen consumption, the magnitude of the biomechanical stimuli is greater with jumping on a trampoline than with running, a finding that might help identify acceleration parameters needed for the design of remedial procedures to avert deconditioning in persons exposed to weightlessness. “
The above statement is one of several made in a scientific study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology 49(5): 881-887, 1980, which confirms many of the statements previously made in The Miracles of Rebound Exercise, 1979. Read more