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Posts by DaveHall

Traditional Exercises Tear Down, Rebounding Exercises Do Not

Throughout most of the exercise history, we have been taught that we have to tear down to build up and we have to target all these different muscle groups and body parts in order to get physically strong and healthy. We’ve got wedges, abdominal boards, rowers, ski toners, porta bikes, fitness climbers, stair-masters, health riders,…

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The Extensive Health Benefits of Rebounding Exercise

What if in just 10 minutes a day, you could strengthen all of your muscles all at the same time, but go well beyond that? Reduce body fat; firm your lats, thighs, hips, and buttocks; strengthen your arms; increase agility; improve balance, rhythm, timing, dexterity, hand-eye coordination; provide an aerobic activity for the cardiovascular system;…

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Why You Should Use Cellercise’s Mini Rebounder Trampoline

When I first entered the industry over 20 years ago, virtually every company out there was producing little tube springs. I exposed those tube springs as a spring that would stretch a little bit and then come to an abrupt stop or jar. The abrupt jarring effects are so severe even Dr. Martin Walker in…

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Benefits of Rebounding

  In the 1990s I was poisoned with pesticide and asbestos poisoning that literally collapsed the right side of my lymphatic system.  It felt like a net that it just tightened up I woke up one morning tried to lift my arm up and it felt like everything was tearing.  Over the course of the…

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Exercise????? “Why Workout when you can PlayIn!®

Work with your Body, Not Against It What comes to mind when you think of “working out?” Lifting weights, doing aerobics, sweating, tearing down to build up, (Pain) or “no pain…no gain,” or the myriads of exercise equipment the fitness industry pushes? Has the current methodology of exercise today become more of a chore rather…

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