Top Exercises to Do On Your Rebounder: Total Body Rebounding

Top Exercises to Do On Your Rebounder: Total Body Rebounding

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Rebounding on your Cellerciser® is as fun as it is strengthening. Rebounding exercises range from strengthening moves to aerobic activities that get your heart pumping. The great thing about rebounding is that you can complete a workout that has been created for you, or you can play around and create your own exercise routine. If you have decided to create your own routine, try incorporating these exercises into your latest rebounding session.

Sitting Bounce

This move is a great way to tone up your core, as well as work on your posture. In order to complete the sitting bounce, sit down on your rebounder with your bottom in a comfortable position. Gently lean back and extend your arms forward. When you have achieved a comfortable position, bend your knees and lift your lower legs so that they are parallel to the floor. Gently bounce while maintaining this posture. Be sure to keep your core engaged by sucking in your belly button towards your spine. Also, roll your shoulders down and away from your ears in order to avoid cramping your neck and upper body. Hold this posture for up to 30 seconds, and then take a 10 second break. Complete up to 5 times.

High Knee Sprints

High knee sprints are a great way to jumpstart your cardio session. Stand with a straight posture, and run in place while bringing your knees up to your hips. Keep your core engaged to keep your back straight. Hold your hands out in front of you (and at hip level), palms facing down, in order to gently tap the tops of your knees as they lift and lower beneath you. Sprint it out, as if you were running as hard and as fast as you can while maintaining good form. Sprint for 45 seconds, and then take a 15 second break before moving on to the next exercise. Complete 4 rounds of this exercise.

Elbow to Knee

The elbow to knee exercise works to provide significant balance to your core, as well as your upper and lower body. This exercise is about balance and control, not speed. To practice this exercise, stand erect on your rebounder. With your core engaged, bring your right knee to your left elbow. Repeat this exercise 10 times on one side, then switch to bring your left knee to your right elbow, and repeat that side 10 times too. If you feel that this is too easy, try adding a bounce in between reps. These are just a few of the exercises you can do on the Cellerciser®. Check out our Exercises page for more info, or check out the workouts we have available.
NOTE: Remember to always consult with your doctor or health professional before starting new exercise routines.
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