“Seeing is Believing” and “A Picture is worth a thousand words” are two adages that also apply to rebounding.
For months this website has provided and will provide information both written and visually to help you get the most out of your rebounding workouts.
As a webmaster, I spend a considerable amount of time researching the keywords and keyword phrases that bring you and others to this website. I have discovered not surprisingly that hundreds of people visit to learn more about how to get in better shape so that they can look and feel better.
Today, I’m going to do less writing and more visual taking advantage of the videos provided by rebounding expert David Hall to help all of us look great and reap the health benefits from this great exercise. Take a look…these videos can transform your life for the better!
5 Health Benefits of Rebounding on a Cellerciser Rebounder…
Video featuring David Hall:
Tighten & Tone BUTTOCKS
Get Rid of CELLULITE
Strengthen Stomach Muscles
Trim & Tone WAIST
Firm Up FACIAL & NECK MUSCLES
With over 75 TRILLION CELLS flexing 100 TIMES a minute, no other workout can come close to THE CELLERCISER REBOUNDER!
One of the keys to realizing your health and fitness goals is to have a good 10-minute-a-day rebounder exercise routine.
Regrettably, many people when they purchase a rebounder just start bouncing up and down, throw in a few jumping jacks or some similar type exercise, and never fully explore the variety of movements that can be done on this piece of exercise equipment. It’s understandable, bouncing up and down is a lot of fun.
However, it truly will help you get more out of your rebounding workouts if you’ll do some research and develop a sound exercise routine.
To get you started in the right direction, below you will find a video produced by rebounding’s leading authority David Hall (fyi, the creator of the Cellerciser). You’ll see a variety of movements and exercises that can be incorporated into your workout which are explained by Hall. Take a look:
I hope this video gives you some ideas for your morning workouts. With so many exercises to choose from, there is no need to do the same thing over and over. You can tighten and tone, lose weight, and reap other health benefits by implementing some of these moves into your rebounder exercise routines.
The health benefits of rebounding on a consistent, daily basis are numerous and various ones have been detailed on the Best Exercise Rebounder Blog for nearly a year now.
Today, I’m going to discuss an exercise that I’m personally using in my daily workout routines on my Cellerciser right now. It is a challenging exercise but one that I’m confident will help me tighten and tone my facial and neck muscles.
I was reminded of this exercise not too long ago when I was going through the channels of my television one evening and I came across another fitness-oriented informercial showing how to use a certain product to help get rid of a double chin. I have no idea one way or the other as to the effectiveness of that product, but seeing that demonstration caused me to remembered a video made by Cellerciser creator David Hall (pictured here to the left) angling his body in a certain way as he bounced while maintaining a specific way of holding his facial muscles in place while doing so.
I have since started implementing this specific “face lift” exercise as Hall calls it into my 10-minute-a-day routine. As he does so well, David Hall is shown in the video below demonstrating how to position your face, then your neck, and your body to attain a positive result with this movement.
Again, I would like to point out that results are being attained by working with gravity rather than going against it which is why rebounding helps so many people achieve their health and fitness goals.
Let’s now check out the video…
If you’re looking for something new to add to your rebounding workouts, then give this movement a try.
It’s Friday again and I hope that your week is going well and will conclude with a strong finish.
A couple of days ago on this site, I outlined some rebounding safety tips that many people have checked out. Today, I want to take one of the tips a step farther to drive home a point.
In the checklist from my post, one of the tips mentioned was “Don’t use your rebounder for doing super high jumps and acrobatic feats!” There is a reason why mini-trampolines aka rebounders are also known as exercise rebounders and/or fitness rebounders. They are meant to perform various forms of exercise.
Today’s rebounding safety tip pertains to how you use your rebounder. Although there are similarities to the kind used in halftime shows at basketball games where a team of young people with amazing gymnastic skills launch themselves via a rebounder in various ways to slam dunk a basketball through a hoop, it is important to press upon young kids that an exercise rebounder is not that kind of rebounder. In case you haven’t seen what I’m referring to above, check out this video I found on youtube.com.
Another point that I want to emphacize today is finding a safe location in your home to rebound that is away from tables, chairs and other furniture. I’m going to show you another video now. It was made a couple of years ago supposedly for the purpose of proving to the world that some random woman who bounced on a variety of rebounders set out by the guy who runs a “rebounder review” site would pick a certain brand over the others as the best. The video is relatively short but I would encourage you to pay close attention to the last 20-25 seconds. Fortunately for the woman bouncing in the video she was outdoors.
Here is the main point that I would like to make by showing this last video. All of the rebounders shown in the clip are nearly always used indoors. Now imagine your child or teenager bouncing on a bungee spring rebounder and losing their balance while jumping higher and higher on it (like the lady in the video) in your family room while watching television. Picture that young person possibly injuring themselves seriously by falling back and hitting a coffee table or other piece of furniture. Rebounding can be dangerous if the person rebounding doesn’t fully understand how to treat it as a piece of exercise equipment rather than a toy. It is imperative to educate family members on how to use a rebounder before letting them bounce on one.
In summary, educating family members on the proper use of rebounders and clearing the rebounding area of furniture and other objects in case of a misstep or someone improperly using them will go a long way to improve rebounding safety and allow the users to get a beneficial exercise workout.
Enjoy your weekend!
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Everything we do carries a certain amount of risk to it. When you’re in a car, you fasten your seat belt for safety; when you’re getting ready to prepare dinner, you wash your hands first; and you always lock a ladder into place before climbing on it, don’t you? We do these things to minimize the risk of something unpleasant or dangerous happening to us.
It wouldn’t be right for me to talk to you about rebounding without also talking to you about rebounding safety.
With rebounding, and any type of exercise, you also have to consider safety. While rebounding is very easy on the joints and an extremely healthy and effective form of exercise, there are still precautions you’ll want to take when you bounce on a rebounder. Let’s take a look.
The first safety precaution and possibly the most important one you’ll take is buying a rebounder that is very sturdy and well-built – one that uses the best components and a durable and stable mat and springs, along with all the other parts and pieces.
I like and endorse the Cellerciser because it is made from 100% steel, has a mat made of a superior space-age polypropolene material, and patented triple-tiered, tri-flex springs that are regarded as the best in this fitness industry. Its other components are also of the highest caliber. Whichever rebounder you choose, your safety is going to hinge on its quality.
Next, you’ll want to remember certain basic points about rebounder safety:
Make sure you have enough head room. Eight foot ceilings are usually fine for someone who is 6 feet tall.
Position your rebounder on a flat surface, and never on an elevated surface such as a platform.
Check to assure that the rebounder is fully open and locked into place if it’s a folding model and that all legs are secure.
Inspect your rebounder springs, mat and other components on a regular basis.
Stretch before and after each rebounding session. This helps to protect your muscles from injury and also helps create a sleek, toned look.
Warm up and cool down for a few minutes doing the “health bounce” before and after doing more vigorous rebounding.
If you are a beginner, do not rebound for more than 10 minutes at a time, including your warm up and cool down. Your body needs to get used to rebounding.
Don’t use your rebounder for doing super high jumps and acrobatic feats!
Read the owners manual and safety instructions that comes with your rebounder.
Don’t jump off of your rebounder to dismount. Come to a complete standstill first and then step carefully off of the rebounder.
Before rebounding, make sure your mat is dry and not slippery.
As with any activity, when you are rebounding, safety must come first. If you rebound safely, you’ll find that it’s a fun and healthy activity that brings excellent results in the way of a toned body, lost fat, increased energy and better health.