Trampoline Workout: How Cellercise Can Bring Back Your Energy

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Have you been feeling sluggish and overworked lately? Do you feel like no matter how much water you drink or good food you eat or sleep you get that you’re still lacking energy? Lack of energy is common. In fact, just 1 in 7 Americans wakes up feeling refreshed and ready to go each day of the week. Fatigue affects us all at some point or another in our lives. But there is a solution to this common problem. Throughout the years, science has proven that one of the foremost ways to beat your fatigue, increase your energy and improve your quality of life is through regular exercise. I know what you’re thinking, “If I have no energy, how am I supposed to workout?” First, it’s a mental game. You have to have the mental commitment to make yourself exercise regularly. And second, a saying you’ve likely heard before really is true—the more energy you use, the more you will have. A study done by the University of Georgia found that people who complain of feeling fatigued can boost their energy levels by 20% while decreasing their fatigue by 65% by regularly participating in low-intensity exercise. So while there are tons of so-called “remedies” or “solutions” and ways to give you instant energy you could use, don’t fall for them. Most are just ways for people to take your money, and the rest only really work for a significantly small amount of people. But, exercise works. And one type of exercise that is guaranteed to give you more energy and revitalize your body and only requires 10 minutes of your time a day is rebounding. Rebounding is one of the best ways to get the exercise you need in order to improve your health and to have more energy. Plus, a mini trampoline doesn’t take up a lot of room and it provides so many different exercises you can do so you won’t get bored. David Hall, the creator of the Cellerciser®, once lacked energy, and he didn’t know how to go about getting energized and feeling great. But then he discovered rebounding, and by simply bouncing on a Cellercise® mini-trampoline for about 10 minutes a day he began to get back some of his lost energy. And as a bonus, his body was getting healthier. Rebounding affects every cell in the body, which then increases cell energy and endurance on a cellular level as it stimulates the production of mitochondria. Rebounding also improves the circulation of oxygen in your cells, which then aids in upping your overall energy level. Cellerciser® user Barbara W. said, “The exercise is gentle and does not fatigue me. In fact, it seems to really aid in circulation, giving me more energy.” And Dr. Moira Casey, D.C., has said, “It is especially good for those needing to start exercising but have little energy and strength; nothing is better at building energy and strength without stress on any level. This Cellerciser® is amazing and the only one I have recommended for years. There is no comparison to the others out there.” So if you don’t have the time or current energy to dedicate an hour a day to working out, that’s fine—you don’t need to. With a Cellerciser®, you can spend just 10 minutes a day rebounding and take the first jump toward increased energy and better overall health.
NOTE: Remember to always consult with your doctor or health professional before starting new exercise routines.
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