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Rebounding is a fitness routine that just about anyone can benefit from. However, we wanted to highlight just a few key demographics that can greatly benefit from rebounding with Cellerciser.
Packed full of energy, and nowhere to put it, today’s youth often overlook physical activity. The emphasis placed on technology and social media in the younger generation is a root cause of childhood obesity and depression. Instead of getting outside to play, they are often glued to their screens. Rebounding is a great way for the kids to get some exercise without even knowing it. Taking a break from homework to bounce around on a rebounder allows kids to get their blood flowing and their hearts pumping. Physical activity has been shown to increase critical thinking and problem solving abilities, so taking a rebounding break is a great way to get in a bit of fitness before putting the final touches on their science project.
Another group that can benefit from rebounding is seniors. As we age, we tend to neglect physical activity. We also begin to lose bone density and muscle mass, which contributes to the overall feeling of agedness. Rebounding with Cellerciser has been shown to support healthy bone and joint health, as well as improve muscle mass. Improved muscle mass and healthy joints allow us to move about freely and with minimal effort. Rebounding is a great way for seniors to get in a bit of physical activity and continue to live a healthy lifestyle.
Staying fit while pregnant is important for both mom and baby. Rebounding is a safe and gentle fitness option during pregnancy. Rebounding while pregnant can improve circulation for mom and baby, enhance lymphocyte activity to boost immunity, and provide a low impact yet effective workout to maintain fitness levels. Before rebounding your day away, check with your obstetrician to make sure this is a safe option for you and your baby. Be sure to incorporate a rebounding routine that is gentle on you and the baby. After the baby is born, some mothers recommend rebounding as a method of rocking the baby to sleep. Simply sit cross legged on the rebounder cradling the infant in your arms, and do a gentle seated bounce. Rebounding with Cellerciser is a great way to incorporate low impact exercise into your current health routine. As we have discussed, rebounding is a beneficial fitness option for just about anyone. For more information or to check out available Cellercisers, visit our shop.
NOTE: Remember to always consult with your doctor or health professional before starting new exercise routines.
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