2019-7.29 - Cellercise® LIVE w/Dave Hall - QA, Improve Body Balance, Vertebral Joints, & Sleep

Let us know how we can help! 435-562-4456 For more videos check out our video library at: https://cellercise.com/video-library-for-rebounding/ 00:00 Introduction 04:38 I have bad knees and I’m finding even a few minutes of the health bounce are aggravating it. Any words of wisdom? 06:46 I’m thinking of taking a break from the computer throughout the day, would jumping like this be counterproductive? 09:11 I’m thinking when I’m sitting at work, I cross my legs and swing them. Will that effect the lymphatic system? 11:09 Am I remembering this correctly that we can work out every day on the Cellerciser without taking a rest day or worrying about recovery? 12:08 I am currently under PT for lower back pain. My therapist is having me do bridge, plus block to strengthening the gluteus muscles. Can you think of a clever Cellercise alternative? 14:11 When we do the more intense movements like the Jamba Run would that be considered high intensity interval training, maybe it depends on how much intensity is put into each movement? 15:39 Do you have any comments on the psoas muscle? 16:53 I have a lot of fat around my trunk and thighs, legs, and inflamed ankles from episodes with blood clots. What can I do to get motivated for exercises that will help with my legs? 22:35 In your demonstration do you have people put their hand on the muscles to feel it contract. I want to know if applying pressure to a muscle will cause it to work harder. Such as putting your hand on your abdominal muscles. 24:40 What does a 2-pound handbell weigh when using it on the Cellerciser? 26:10 Is running on the Cellerciser for 20 minutes a good workout without doing anything else? 27:19 I’ve been Cellercising for 6 months, I am struggling to lose inches. What are the best exercises to help me loose inches? 28:49 What would be good exercises for heal spurs? 30:02 Do you think using toe shoes is ok to jump in? 30:33 Do this before you sleep. Before beginning any exercise routine, you should consult with your doctor. The #Cellerciser helps expose weaknesses, so if you feel pain or discomfort while using the Cellerciser, consult with your doctor. Your doctor may also give Dave Hall a call for various #Cellercise #Rebounder techniques that they may consider. You may also give Dave Hall a call and he can share with you techniques that you can consult with your doctor on. The DVD, “Cellercise...the Ultimate Exercise!” personal trainer section may also be referenced by your Doctor. Dave Hall has 30 years experience working with doctors and health practitioners and is happy to consult with yours. We want you to have a growing and healthful experience. cellercise.com
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