trampoline“Rebound Exercise is the most efficient, effective form of exercise yet devised by man.” – A. Carter summary of a NASA study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology in 1980.

Rebounding is an ideal form of exercise for those challenged by chronic health issues. Not only does it help rid your body of accumulated cellular waste and improve the efficiency of your immune system, but it’s FUN! Just a small effort each day can bring multiple health benefits, and using a rebounder couldn’t be more convenient – you don’t even have to leave the comfort and safety of your home. Regular rebounding can help increase bone density, boost your lymphatic system, oxygenate your blood, and detoxify your body.

One of the things that makes rebounding so enjoyable is it encourages the kind of spontaneous activity of childhood when we skipped, jumped, and ran around with energy and excitement. This type of spirited exercise gives the lymph system a huge boost as it collects toxic waste from your cells. The great thing about rebounding is that it is not hard on the ankles and joints like jogging or running, and you can control how vigorously you get your heart pumping. It also strengthens muscles, tissues and ligaments, tones legs, thighs, hips and abs, develops your sense of balance, agility and coordination, aids in digestion, relieves edema, reduces fatigue and stress, and can even improve your eyesight.

Did you know? Studies have shown that extended periods of sitting and inactivity create health risks that cannot be compensated with exercise. For those with chronic lyme disease, mold illness, chemical sensitivity and other conditions that involve an increased toxic load, using a rebounder for just 10 seconds every hour to take a break from sitting can help reduce those risks.

Some basic reasons to start rebounding:

• Convenience of doing it at home
• Just a few minutes a day brings a wide range of health benefits
• It’s FUN!
• It’s EASY!

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