Discover the health benefits of the Cellerciser rebounder trampoline.
PLEASANT GROVE, Utah, Jul. 30, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Children are known for finding delight in jumping around, on playgrounds, on beds, anytime and anywhere. Today, adults seeking a great exercise program and better health are rediscovering that delight and sense of fun with rebounding. This exciting form of exercise uses a rebounder trampoline, a small, portable piece of equipment suitable for use at home. Studies have proven rebounding burns far more calories than walking or running, while working the entire body at once. Gyms across the globe have discovered the benefits of rebounder trampolines and are now offering rebounding classes.
Rebounding had a rocky start. Cheap mini, or rebounder, trampolines were all the rage in the late ’70s and ’80s, but they tended to break easily and their appeal didn’t last. David Hall, unlike most people who used these trampolines as toys, began using one in an effort to regain his health over 25 years ago. While he innovated exercises that improved his fitness and his health, David’s own father was permanently injured after just a few weeks of using one of the common rebounders available at the time. David knew he was onto something with his exercise routines, but he realized it was vital to have a reliable, safe rebounder trampoline to use. He worked with teams of engineers to create a revolutionary spring design, the most durable mat, and a frame that would last a lifetime. His Cellerciser became the best rebounder trampoline available and it has revitalized the rebounder industry.
The health benefits of rebounding have been studied by a wide range of experts, from the University of Utah to NASA. Exercising on a rebounder trampoline works the entire body at once, by utilizing gravity and the extremes of weightlessness at the top of a bounce and increased G-forces that can double or triple body weight at the bottom of a bounce. According to Hall, use of a rebounder trampoline like the Cellerciser can produce visible results in as little as three weeks, when used for 10 minutes a day.
Using a rebounder trampoline improves balance in older people, according to a study published in the November/ December 2014 issue of Archives of Gerontology & Geriatrics. Rebounding is recognized for improving overall muscle tone and strength, particularly in the core. It is touted for improving drainage of the lymphatic system, which moves nutrients to cells and removes toxins and waste from the cells. Other health benefits discovered by rebounding enthusiasts include better circulation, improved sleep and mood, better digestion, weight loss, and increased energy.
With a rebounder trampoline at home, it’s easy to get a complete workout, bouncing in front of the TV or outside, enjoying the fresh air. Rebounding was President Ronald Reagan’s exercise of choice, and health and wellness experts such as Tosca Reno and Dr. Morton Walker are advocates of the Cellerciser. Rebounding is enjoyable, suitable for all ages, and offers isometric, isotonic, callisthenic, aerobic, and flexibility exercises all in one workout.
Cellercise, developed by David Hall, is an innovative fitness program that uses the Cellerciser, the best rebounder trampoline on the market and the most trusted model for over two decades. Hall’s methods have redefined exercise, down to the cellular level, to work the entire body at once and improve overall health without pain. His Cellerciser is recommended by medical doctors, chiropractors, yoga and tai chi masters, and other health practitioners. To learn more, visit their website at www.cellercise.com, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 1-800-856-4863.
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