Getting Started With Your New Cellerciser

One of the great things about bouncing on a rebounder trampoline is that you can watch television or listen to music while you’re exercising over 75 trillion cells throughout your entire body at the same time! It’s crazy hot again today where I live so it’s fantastic that I can exercise in the air-conditioned comfort of my home knowing that I’m getting in shape as I do so.

If you haven’t been on even an outdoor trampoline in a while or you’ve never been on one before, then start out on your Cellerciser indoor mini-trampoline by stepping onto the mat surface and proceeding to gently bounce up and down without lifting your feet into the air.

Start out slow if you’re not used to being on a rebounder. It is very easy to overdo it because bouncing on a trampoline can be a lot of fun and it doesn’t take much to lose track of time. You’ll know if you did too much by the feeling you’re body has when you stop and begin to descend from the mat to the floor’s surface.

By the way, the Cellerciser mat is the best in the rebounder market. Here’s why:

You can build up time on the Cellerciser over the course of a few days by using it in small time increments. An exercise called “The Baby Bounce” is a good one to try during this time as you get used to your new rebounder. Just keep in mind that you’re on the road now to successfully win the battle against excess weight and body fat.

Studies have revealed that people who engage in exercise that they find enjoyable are more likely to stay the course and achieve their health and fitness goals than those who are disinterested in their exercise routine.

Be sure to watch at least once the David Hall DVD that comes with your Cellerciser rebounder purchase entitled “Don’t Exercise…Cellercise”. The DVD is a bit old but you can benefit a great amount by implementing the moves that Hall shows you in the video. For those of you who are dead serious about getting into shape, I highly recommend purchasing Hall’s newer DVD that contains over two hours of tips, techniques, and instruction called “Cellercise…the Ultimate Exercise” that you can purchase right here on this website.

Cellerciser Half-Fold Rebounder w/ Balance Bar I encourage those of you who might be holding back on investing in a Cellerciser to take control once and for all of your health and well being by being proactive and incorporating rebound exercise into your daily lifestyle. Besides the benefits of losing weight, toning your body, and relieving stress, you’ll have a blast bouncing on your rebounder.

If you live in the Continental United States, then you’ll find the best price on any of the Cellerciser models right here. Fast shipping via UPS Ground comes with each order.

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Beat the Heat With a Cellerciser!

It’s 104 degrees in Salt Lake City, Utah today. As I drive on the streets in my subdivision there is hardly anyone moving around outside for obvious reasons. Even earlier in the morning before most people left for work, I would guess that the number of joggers, walkers, and cyclists were down at least 80% from normal levels. It is on hot summer days like this one and dreadfully cold ones during the winter that I really appreciate even more than usual the effectiveness and convenience of the Cellerciser rebounder trampoline.

Cellerciser Half-Fold Rebounder w/ Balance Bar & Carrying BagIn the comfort of my air conditioned home, I can get a full body workout on the Cellerciser while watching some of my favorite television programs in the morning. I can wear what I want. I don’t have to get into a car and drive to a gym. After my initial investment when I purchased the Cellerciser, there’s never been any additional money that I needed to spend in order to exercise unlike the monthly fees that usually come with a gym membership.

If you’ve been thinking of adding something new to your exercise routine, then may I recommend implementing at least a 10-minute-a-day rebounding regiment to add some fun while saving time and money. Also, don’t let the “fun” nature of bouncing on a mini-trampoline deceive you. The health benefits of rebounding on a Cellerciser are numerous.

Rebounding is known to lower stress levels. Research has shown that it can also help you get a good night’s sleep. Rebound exercise can boost your metabolism helping you to lose weight as well as tighten and tone your body.

If you’re someone who hasn’t really enjoyed any type of exercise in the past, then there’s a great chance that rebounding will change the way you view fitness if you’ll give it a try.

Later this week let’s talk more about this amazing form of fitness.

Cellerciser Exercises as demonstrated by David Hall

Will 2015 Belong to You?

Goal Setting Successfully found on http://liveloveandrun.comAre you someone who follows through on their actions or do you find that your good intentions fall to the wayside quickly? Regardless of how you may classify yourself as, why not make 2015 the year which belongs to you?

While this may sound like a huge challenge, by breaking this year down into smaller steps the overall picture becomes much clearer. When it comes to setting goals many people often make lofty goals, those that are almost unattainable or out of reach. It’s no wonder that these ambitions and goals are given up almost as fast as they were set.

So how do you set easy to reach goals that will lead you on the path of your dreams?

One of the first things that you need to accomplish is to think about what your goals are. Now we don’t mean travelling the world living out of fancy hotels. We mean goals that are going to help you lead the life you have always dreamed of. If your goal was to travel the world what would be the steps you need to take to accomplish this?

By breaking down a main goal into smaller segments you are working towards your end goal. Building on the travel goal, what would you need to make this come true? Most likely you’ll need a substantial amount of money for one thing. How would you get this money? This would become a smaller goal. Once you had the money how would you travel, where would you go and how long would you stay in each place. All of these steps are smaller goals that need to be determined.

Do you see how these smaller steps are building up to the main goal? Perfect, this is exactly how you can make this year belong to you.

The first step is to define your end goal. Then plan out all of the steps you need to take to get there. This might include earning more money, saving money regularly, learning a new skill or it might involve losing weight and getting fit. If one of your end goals is to live a healthier and happier life, then that is where this website can be of enormous help to you.

Regardless of your end goal, once you have planned out your steps you want to treat each one as a mini goal. Then take each mini goal and work on it until you have reached it. Then take the next one and build upon that. Repeat this process until you can see your end goal in sight.

Along the way you are going to come face to face with stumbling blocks and of course, life will get in the way. All of these things are perfectly normal. What matters is the manner in which you deal with these road blocks.

For people losing weight it can be difficult when you reach a plateau for weeks and weeks. It is easier to give up and revert back to your old habits. Those people that are really determined and motivated to reach their target goal will look for ways to deal with these plateaus. These people are fighters!

To assist you and help me to succeed in reaching my 2015 goals, I’ve included a picture at the end of this blog post of a goals worksheet found on that you can use. Go here to check it and by all means, start using it right away!

When working towards a goal you do not always have to work hard on it every day. Sometimes it’s healthy to take a short break, just don’t let this become a vacation though!

You may find it easier to schedule certain days of the week to work on your goal so that you don’t become over focused or obsessed on it. Working on a new goal means finding ways to fit it into your life without placing something or someone else in jeopardy.

With this in mind you now have several tools and a plan of attack to make this year belong to you in any way you see fit. Here’s wishing you all the best in 2015!

5 Free Health-Related Apps For Your Android Phone

Utah's Wasatch Mountains (image courtesy of vacation time here in the United States. Lots of families are out and about visiting friends and extended family while checking out some of the great sites in the USA. I hope that you’re enjoying some time off during these summer months.

I live in Utah and like much of the country, it’s scorching hot here right now. If you’re planning on being outside a great deal or you’re going traveling in the near future, there are a number of great apps for you to consider installing on your Android Phone that could come in handy in helping you stay on track with your health and fitness goals or help you get out of a difficult situation when something unexpected happens involving your health. All of the five apps presented below are free, so check them out and put them to use.

5 Free Health-Related Apps For Your Android Phone

1. Fooducate Healthy Weight Loss by Fooducate, Ltd. Over one million downloads for our first app have been made with outstanding reviews. Fooducate has developed an app that will help you lose weight, track your progress and eat REAL food. That sounds great. It describes the app as the only one out there that looks beyond the calorie and helps you eat healthy and tasty foods. Scan the barcode of a particular item and this app will let you know what’s in your food and even suggest healthier alternatives. This app has been featured by numerous media outlets and even Oprah! Give it a try.

2. Healthy Recipes Free by Riafy Technologies. Our second recommended app helps us to eat healthy by providing recipes for great tasting healthy meals. Use this app to take your menu planning to a higher level. Create healthier meals and snacks for everyone in your family with these well-received recipes.

Inofographic Courtesy of mindoverbody.com3. Water Your Body by Northpark. Do you drink enough water? Hopefully, you’re drinking more than you used to after our blog post in June (last month). This app will help remind you to drink water regularly and even tracks your water drinking habits. Simply by entering your current weight, Water Your Body will help you determine just how many glasses of water that you need to consume each day. When you have finished drinking a glass of water, you’ll need to add another to this app. I also really like the sound effects that help remind you to drink some more water.

4. Calorie Counter — My Fitness Pal. This app has received outstanding ratings from almost 700,000 reviewers. Many concur that this app is the best one around for helping you take those extra pounds off. It has a really fast data entry system for entering food information and keeping track of exercise.

5. WebMD for Android by WebMD WebMD New Price: $0.00 Old Price: $0.00 You Save: , LLC. Over five million people have downloaded this app. It’s a must-have app if you’re out and about a lot as it provides 24/7 access to vital health information and decision-support tools such as WebMD’s Sympton Checker, Drugs & Treatments, First Aid Information and Local Health Listings. And get this — you don’t need a wireless connection to take advantage of these outstanding features.

Inspirational Fitness Infographic

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Does How You View Exercise Affect Your Weight Loss?

According to a 2013 Gallup Poll, over 51% of Americans will tell you that they want to lose weight. Perhaps, like me, you fall into that group. Most people would agree that exercise plays a huge role in a person’s success in dropping weight and experiencing better overall health.

But did you know that how you view exercise can actually affect how much weight that you could lose? About 10 days ago I was waiting for a family member to get finished running an errand so I started reading some articles on an app called Zite on my android phone. By the way, this app doesn’t cost anything to put on your phone.

One article on Zite really caught my attention entitled, “Think Fun While Exercising, You’ll Eat Less Later.” In this article, the results of Cornell University’s Food and Brand Department are explained but in a nutshell their findings indicate that if you look at your workouts as a break from your normal routine or even as a fun activity rather than “exercise”, then you’ll eat less and actually lose more weight.

“Do whatever you can to make your workout fun. Play music, watch a video, or simply be grateful that you’re working out instead of working in the office,” says Brian Wansink Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab. “Anything that brings a smile, is likely to get you to eat less.”

Since rebounding is generally viewed as a fun way to exercise, it’s reasonable to conclude based on the Cornell study that bouncing on a Cellerciser is likely to get you to eat less following a workout, improving your chances of losing weight.

If you would like to read the article that I found on Zite, follow this link.