November 8, 2020
The Cellercise® rebounder is a unique tool that enables a full-body workout from the comfort and convenience of home and in only about ten minutes each day. People all over the United States have tried the Cellerciser® for countless reasons. Some want to improve their health and fitness overall, while others have more specific goals when it comes to toning and strengthening different parts of their bodies. Using a Cellerciser® improves health internally, working from the inside out and empowering individuals to realize their health goals faster and more completely than they ever thought possible.
The Cellerciser® is an effective workout tool for everything from boosting circulation and immune system function to building muscle and burning fat, and it can also provide surprising benefits that typical exercise simply cannot. One of the biggest benefits of using a Cellerciser® daily is improved circulation. The rebounding motion affects every cell of the body, from the bones and connective tissues to the muscles and individual blood cells. Typically, the weakest area of circulation is in the lower extremities, and this is the root cause of varicose vein development.
Varicose veins appear on the legs because the lower extremities are farthest from the heart. It’s harder for these farther areas to circulate blood back to the heart, and the Cellerciser® allows an individual to specifically target the parts of the body that struggle the most with circulation. A common name for the calf muscles is the second heart. This muscle group is incredibly important because it powers the circulatory system of the lower extremities and pushes blood back to the heart.
When an individual has poor circulation to the lower extremities, valve failure occurs, and varicose veins develop. These veins struggle consistently to push blood back toward the heart, so blood accumulates within them, enlarging them and making them appear gnarled and pushed out from the surface of the skin. This most commonly manifests on the backs of the legs.
Using a Cellerciser® creates a pumping action that affects the whole body. As the individual rebounds repeatedly, the forces of gravity, acceleration, and deceleration all act upon every cell of the body at once, forcing them to strengthen under this new form of movement. As the cells respond to the rebounding and steadily strengthen, their functioning improves.
Since the legs contact the rebounding surface, the pumping action created by rebounding generates a positive form of pressure in the calf muscles and throughout the legs. This boosts circulation while also strengthening the calf muscles. However, unlike typical exercises that one might do at a gym, rebounding exercises not only strengthen muscles, but also tendons, ligaments, and other connective tissues as well throughout the whole body. Even when someone uses a Cellercise® rebounder to specifically target their calves, they are also improving the function of all the other systems of the body all at once.
Someone struggling with varicose veins may wonder which exercises could possibly reduce the appearance of these veins and restore their confidence. Unfortunately, since varicose veins are usually a symptom of poor circulation and poor circulation can make many forms of exercise very difficult, these individuals may feel stuck in a downward spiral with only cosmetic surgery to turn to as their only available option. This is not the case with a Cellerciser®.
Rebounding on a Cellerciser® is easy enough that anyone can do it at any age and any fitness level and see results. It’s also simple to develop an individualized workout routine on a Cellerciser® rebounder that specifically targets the calf muscles, strengthening them. At the same time, the rebounding motion also supports the rest of the body. Some of the Cellerciser® exercises that can be particularly helpful to individuals who want to reduce the appearance of varicose veins include several activities that not only strengthen the calf muscles but also improve circulation and support every other part of the body as well.
Among the community of Cellerciser® users, the Jamba exercises are some of the most loved and hated. While loved because of how effective they are, they are also extremely difficult, and most people can only perform them for seconds at a time at most. The Jamba Run is simply a faster version of the Jamba Walk. The correct stance for these exercises is to stand with feet shoulder-width apart and then to walk or run as fast as possible by pressing into the mat. The feet should not lift off of the rebounder mat surface.
This exercise is so effective because it relies on some of the largest muscle groups in the body, namely, the lower extremities. These maneuvers strengthen the calves, thighs, and buttocks, and they also strengthen the muscles of the lower back and waist.
This form of Cellerciser® exercise requires keeping the feet close together and then rebounding while moving the feet to either side in unison, recreating a movement similar to a skier slaloming through gates on a snowy mountainside. This side-to-side motion strengthens the lateral muscles of the legs and the muscle groups of the calves. It’s also strenuous and burns a lot of fuel, which in turn boosts circulation. It’s also possible to switch up this exercise with a “Whippy” variant, which is roughly the same motion only with the feet crossing one over the other with each back and forth movement.
There are many more exercises possible with the Cellerciser®. Anyone working toward better health can develop their own ten-minute workout plan to reach their specific health and fitness goals. Whether it’s to reduce the appearance of varicose veins and improve circulation or to build muscle and burn fat, the Cellerciser® is one of the most versatile and effective tools for promoting health and wellness available today. Anyone considering using a Cellerciser® to help them reduce the appearance of their varicose veins should seek medical advice from a professional prior to engaging in this or any other new form of exercise to identify potential risks and receive suggestions for exercises that would be most effective.
NOTE: Always consult with a doctor or health professional before starting any new exercise routines.
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