Have you been delaying exercising because you just don’t have the time?
Well, now you can get a jump on health with this quick, easy and effective exercise method. Experts claim it is a superior way to exercise with a multitude of benefits.
Rebounding has been around for years, in fact, the mini trampoline was a huge hit in the 1980’s. Today experts are urging its comeback; because the benefits of bouncing are anything but antiquated. In fact, the benefits are so astounding; it is being deemed the ultimate exercise of the new millennium. It is one of the few exercise methods that achieve all four requirements of effective exercise: strength, aerobic capability, flexibility, and endurance.
STRENGTHENS EVERY CELL
Rebounding can be extremely therapeutic for the mind and body. Bouncing moves all parts of the body at once making it a cellular activity. Cellular exercise strengthens every cell, not just muscle cells as with traditional exercise. It increases circulation of the blood and lymphatic system, and stimulates respiratory function, increasing oxygen delivery to the cells—the whole goal of exercising. Bouncing helps create homeostasis in the body, balancing all systems. The mind body unity that occurs during this cellular activity has been shown to balance the two hemispheres of the brain, helping to achieve better learning and intuition. It slows the brain to the alpha level which makes it easy to listen to the inner you. Now, you don’t have to read while on the treadmill anymore; bouncing gives your brain and muscles a workout.
DETOXIFIES THE BODY
Sad but true, every day we are surrounded by harmful toxins. Despite this reality, we are not helpless. There are measures we can take to reduce, eliminate, and cleanse toxins from our blood, tissues, and organs. One effective method is detoxification through lymphatic cleansing.
Unlike the heart that has a pump, the lymphatic system is circulated only through physical movement of the body, or massage. When you use a rebounder, toxins are moved to the lymph ducts, which transport the toxins to the kidney and liver. So, the lymphatic system is similar to the pipes that carry waste to the drain. If the pipes are not working effectively, neither can our elimination organs. Excessive waste is what causes disease to occur. When used regularly, you can help the body eliminate wastes through rebounding. Studies show that one hour after rebounding, white blood cell count normalizes. A normal white blood cell count will help to prevent disease, and keep your immune system strong.
THE HEALTH BOUNCE
The health bounce is a beginner’s exercise that can be achieved by almost anyone. You simply bounce in the middle of the trampoline (rebounder) mat without your feet ever leaving the mat. The gentle up and down movement is enough to get lymphatic system moving, even performing it for just a few minutes could potentially increase lymph flow up to 14 times.
There are a number of different types of bounces, such as the strength bounce, the buddy bounce, and aerobic bounce; but the health bounce is the best option for newbies. This movement is effective for the older person, or those that may be ill or weak. It is not harsh on the knees or ankles because the rebounder’s shock absorbing springs allow 87% shock free movement. Some rebounders come with a bar attachment that helps with balance. The health bounce only takes a few minutes to perform each day; and its worth the effort to experience the superior health benefits!
Rebounding is a feel good exercise that is worthy of inclusion in your workout routine. This exercise method strengthens your entire body, improves flexibility, tones the body, and detoxifies your system. It’s also easy to do; and you can benefit from even minutes a day. You will feel more refreshes, energized, and it will even lift your spirits. Get a jump on health with rebounding!
Recent studies show that one rebound session generates between 90 and 120 minutes of “relaxation response.”
It is hard to stay tense when your whole body is bouncing freely.
You become weightless at the top of the movement, making it hard to hold onto tension.
The post exercise euphoria can improve your mood, almost forcing you into an involuntary state of relaxation.