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, Nordic Track, Schwinn Airdyne, Life Cycle, Thigh Master, Ab-Blaster, SoloFlex, treadmills, cyclones, body gyms, total gym, torso track, BowFlex, Gazelles, the list goes on and on.
And let’s face it: as long as we buy into the current methodology of exercise, we can pretty much rest assured that every six months or so the fitness industry is gonna find another piece of exercise equipment, package it just a little differently to motivate you to add to your ongoing collection. Because frankly, that’s how they make their money.
And yet the principle upon which every single piece of exercise equipment is based is exactly the same: they all work by applying weight or stress to a certain part, function, or muscle group, over and over, until they adapt by becoming stronger. Well, Cellercise is different. Cellercise does not rely on tearing down to build up.
If you look at a cat or a dog, they don’t tear down their muscles to build up their muscles, but their muscles are still very strong. Cellercise doesn’t lift weight away from gravity, it increases the weight of gravity. The increase of weight is on every single muscle, every single cell of your body, over a hundred times a minute. It strengthens muscles, bones, connective tissues, ligaments, tendons, skin, collagen, protein, fibers, the entire body gets stronger.
Cellercise is ten minutes a day, but in those ten minutes, you are increasing the weight to every single cell of your body, over 100 times a minute. There isn’t another exercise that can claim that. We invite you to continue to discover our website. If you have any questions, give us a call. We hope you’ll give Cellercise a chance, you’ll have a chance to experience the benefits for yourself. Thank you very much!
NOTE: Remember to always consult with your doctor or health professional before starting new exercise routines.