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The most common New Year’s resolution involves weight loss. Individuals also resolve to reduce their stress levels, exercise more, and stop engaging in unhealthy behaviors. Trampoline workouts can help meet those goals. Imagine the sweet tangy taste of success when you reach the end of January and you stayed true to the promise you made to yourself. How would your life be different if you were keeping your resolution by summer? What would you be like a year from now if you implemented a year of healthy change? Find out how rebounder exercise can make it happen.
Why Resolutions Don’t Stick
Forbes published an article that said only 8 percent of people stick to their resolutions every year. Whether your resolution involves dropping 10 pounds or finding a more satisfying job, the statistics show a depressing chance at success. Here are some of the most common reasons people fail:
- They set unattainable goals. Losing weight is possible, but exercising four hours a day probably isn’t.
- They give up too quickly. The first of the year people are excited, but a few weeks in if they don’t have reinforcement, the fun begins to fade.
- They don’t have time. Major resolutions usually require a major time commitment.
- They run out of money. A gym membership comes with monthly fees, and when the Christmas credit card bill arrives they realize they don’t have any money to spare.
The holidays tempt most people with calorie-packed food and drink. We reassure ourselves that while pounds may creep on in December, the first of the year everything will change. Some people make a vague commitment to exercising more and eating less, while others make a detailed plan to slash calories and engage in a grueling fitness routine. With an exercise trampoline, weight loss is attainable. Back in the 1980s, NASA studied different forms of exercise to find what would be most effective for athletes in space. A weightless environment reduces demand on muscles and causes a decline in both muscle mass and cardiovascular health. Most people consider running one of the best exercises there is for both calorie burn and heart fitness. NASA compared heart rate and oxygen uptake for astronauts when running on a treadmill to what happened when they were jumping on a trampoline. The results were about the same for both exercises. Several minutes bouncing on a trampoline can be as effective as spending the same amount of time running. Rebounding doesn’t just involve jumping up and down. Individuals use a variety of movements that include things like jumping jacks, high bounces, and squats. Jumping to music makes it feel like dancing, and the trampoline’s cushioning combined with the fun factor makes people find they exercised longer than they realized. When people do an exercise they hate to lose weight, afterward they feel uncomfortable and deprived. They are more likely to reward themselves with food, cancelling the calories they just burned. Exercise also increases your metabolism, so you feel hungrier. When you do an exercise you enjoy, the workout itself is a reward. After, you are more likely to make healthy food choices to lose weight even faster.
Detox Your Whole Body
The holidays often lead to overindulgence in food and drink. If you smoke, the stress associated with a busy schedule and holiday travel may have caused you to do it even more. When you’re trying to change unhealthy behaviors, your body typically goes through a period of detoxification. Rebounding helps your body rid itself of any pathogens in your system. The lymphatic system is an important part of your body’s filtration. It acts like the circulatory system does for blood, but it transports clear lymph to bathe your body’s cells and wash them free of toxins, then carry any foreign materials to lymph nodes for cleaning and removal. Your circulatory system uses your heart to move blood through your veins, but there is no organ that moves lymph. Your body relies on muscle contraction for your lymphatic system to function. A trampoline workout contracts muscles throughout your body and uses gravity to stimulate your lymphatic system. It also causes you to sweat, flushing toxins out through your pores.
Stress causes side effects like headaches and weight gain. Long-term it can increase your blood pressure and make you more likely to develop heart disease. Rebounder exercise is one of the most effective workouts for stress reduction. A trampoline workout floods the brain with endorphins, neurotransmitters that make your body feel good. Exercise also increases dopamine, a neurotransmitter that helps you feel more focused. You feel relaxed after your workout, and you are more able to complete the tasks on your to-do list. When you use a mini trampoline to achieve your goals, you avoid many of the reasons people fail. Bouncing for a few minutes at a time is an attainable goal. It’s enjoyable enough people find it stimulating instead of losing interest. It can be done throughout the day, so it fits with almost anyone’s schedule and it doesn’t require an ongoing expense. Shop for your Cellercise® Rebounder to meet your goals today.
NOTE: Remember to always consult with your doctor or health professional before starting new exercise routines.
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