2021-3.22 - Cellercise® LIVE w/Dave Hall - QA, Difference with a Cellercise®, Movements

Let us know how we can help! 435-562-4456 For more videos check out our video library at: https://cellercise.com/video-library-for-rebounding/ 00:00 Introduction 00:42 What is the difference between the Cellerciser and a bungee cord unit? 02:34 How our ideas effect our results. 04:05 Testimonials 14:54 Mr. Rebounder App 17:27 I broke my little toe when I stubbed it on a metal leg of a bed which was wrapped with 1 inch foam pipe insulation. I did that 2 weeks ago, the pediatrist told me it was a bad break and gave me a soft cast to keep it still. She said I could do whatever unless it hurts and thought 6-8 weeks to fully heal. I’m looking at the Cellerciser and wonder if I should get on it with the foot support. Should I wait? Or other recommendations? 18:48 What is a good exercise for painful hip flexors? How to release the tightness but also strengthen it? 19:19 I asked the question last time about getting research done and how much it would cost? 21:06 I was wondering if the Cellerciser helps post op healing? I’m going in for some pretty extreme shoulder surgery and would like to get back on the Cellerciser as soon as humanly possible and be reassured that it will be beneficial. 22:00 What is the status of the Cellerciser rug? 22:47 Is it ok to use 2-pound weights while Cellercising? 23:47 To burn fat should you stay at the low end of your heart rate? 24:32 I plan to order one soon I understand the weight limit is 300 pounds my brother-in-law is over the limit. Can he maybe sit on a chair and do leg movements to get the circulation benefits until he is below the weight limit? 25:50 I have a bad right hip from poor use and falling, and an ankle with a plate. Am I right that I would need to modify and amend certain moves as I progress on the unit? I’m not unfit but have beat my body up a bit. Any ideas? 27:10 They say your muscles get used to the weight resistance and this is why you need to increase your weight resistance in order to build muscle. How does this work on a rebounder or is it not necessary? If so, why is that? 28:39 Why do my ankles hurt after Cellercising? Am I doing too much straight up or should I take it a little slower or maybe wear footwear? 29:54 Does Cellercising help with scar tissue? 31:06 Breaks down the routine and what the movements do for the body. 36:27 Routine Begins 56:23 Reads affirmations to say out loud Before beginning any exercise routine, you should consult with your doctor. The Cellerciser helps expose weaknesses, so if you feel pain or discomfort while using the Cellerciser, consult with your doctor. Your doctor may also give Dave Hall a call for various Cellercise® techniques that they may consider. You may also give Dave Hall a call and he can share with you techniques that you can consult with your doctor on. The DVD, “Cellercise®...the Ultimate Exercise!” personal trainer section may also be referenced by your Doctor. Dave Hall has 30 years experience working with doctors and health practitioners and is happy to consult with yours. We want you to have a growing and healthful experience. cellercise.com mrrebounder.com #cellercise #cellerciser #rebounder
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