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Cellercise vs. the Competition

Cellercise Vs. Competition Customer Reviews

These customers have had a tremendous experience using Cellercise®. Their stories are incredible. Hear them below. When you’re finished, you can go back and read even more reviews about how Cellercise® has improved our customers’ lives in other ways.

Bouncing Your Way to Buffness

Bouncing Your Way to Buffness

By Wade T. Lightheart Formerly Known as Wade McNutt CSNA 3-Time Natural National Bodybuilding Champion Director of Human Performance Yaletown Holistics Vancouver, Balance Health Group Toronto

Everywhere I go I am always asked, “Wade, what’s your secret for getting so shredded”.

“Well there’s no secret” I say, “it’s a combination of whole foods, scientific high volume training, cutting edge supplements and most of all Consistency over Time.”

Sometimes simplicity seems to simple people suspect I have some sort of trick up my sleeve. In a today’s world that constantly pushes the latest and greatest, people become almost suspicious if I am not touting something totally radical. It’s funny that one I have too sometimes go over the top to bring people back to the basics.

However, last year I did get “Blown Over” by and “old technology” with newfound results. I have now tried, tested, and proved this type of training in my own workouts and I know feel comfortable sharing it with the world. So here we go, get ready to jump into the fast lane for getting ripped. It’s called Cellercising, and if you haven’t heard of it, you most likely will, and most definitely you will run into some charlatans who are touting inferior products. So let me give you the straight goods before someone else feeds you the shtick!

I Get Introduced To The Real Deal

Last year I was attending a health conference in my favorite state in America, California. I must say this conference was one of the better ones I have attended, as there was a host of sincere, professional, and extremely knowledgeable health practitioners sharing their wisdom. Of all the individuals who were there one of them in particular stood out head and shoulders about them all, his name David Hall.

Now I had heard of rebounding in the past, and I have heard many health experts talk about the effects of rebounding, mini-trampolines, and so on but not one of them had a physique that impressed me. Basically, I believe that if you’re an expert on something related to physical fitness, health, and vitality you better look and be the part because if you can’t do the work yourself how can you possibly teach others. I suggest you dear reader incorporate this attitude when assessing the value of information of individuals professing to be experts on the net, or in your local community. Basically the proof is in the pudding, but back to my story.

When I first say David walk up on stage I was blown away buy the incredible condition he was in. Although he did not have the mass of a bodybuilder the condition and symmetry of his body was nothing short of stellar. I estimated that he was well below 7 percent body fat yet his muscles were extremely pliable and relaxed until he flexed them. Upon flexion his soft arm curled and twisted into a steel-like mass of muscle sinewy muscle fibers that both shocked and delighted even the most jaded bystander.

After his presentation of his customized rebounder called the cellerciser I managed to have a few private moments with David to have him share what was so superior about his technology and why it helped him get so lean.

The Master Speaks…

David was quick to demonstrate the mechanics of his cellercisers. He showed me the springs he designed himself, the quality of the steel, as well as the other materials used in constructing his rebounder. He also shared his story about a family member who had purchased a cheap imitation and wound up hurting him or herself in an attempt to save money. Moral of the story don’t sacrifice quality when achieving optimum health.

David and I had a great time talking about his product and his adventures with as well as the science behind why and how the cellerciser worked. After a quick photo we parted and he told me to contact him anytime to answer any questions. I can honestly say of all the health and wellness practitioners I have met in my 20 years, David had to one of the most genuine and sincere individuals I ever met.

The Science, How Rebounding Works

I researched all the information David poured into me in that brief span of time, and then went to work doing my due diligence on how the “cellerciser” or rebounder worked. I was impressed to find out that it was NASA who first made the rebounder so popular as they discovered the fastest way for Astronauts to rebuild lost muscle mass and endurance after returning from space was to rebound. The reason rebounding works is simple”

It unlocks the power of three forces Acceleration, Deceleration, and gravity. No other exercise on the planet that I aware of can do that in one simple bounce. Not to mention, this technology can do so without putting any strain on the joints, which is of huge benefits to people with connective tissue damage, or individuals who are overweight, or heavily muscled bodybuilders.

With every bounce on the rebounder, every single cell in your body is subjected to the movement of the cellular fluid inside the cell. This action creates a pumping motion inside the cell that pushes waste materials out and lets nutrients in. The gentle rhythm of jumping also moves the lymphatic fluid through your body in the lymphatic system ridding the body of toxins and pollutants.

Each cells is forced to work thickening and strengthening the cellular walls and improving the cells metabolic functions. What’s even more amazing that every single cell in your body gets worked with every bounce from your toe cells to your brain cells. In fact the first time you bounce on the rebounder for a few minutes and step off your will feel an electrical buzz throughout your whole body.

So with as little as 10 minutes you can work you whole body as intensely as possible. David has a whole series of exercises, and functions with his cellerciser for all age levels and intensity components, which makes his product so versatile for everyone. While I won’t go into all the details in this article I will say David’s level of expertise is impressive as is his ability to teach what he does. His cellercisers all come with a complete course in how to use it and what exercises to perform.

I PUT THE CELLERCISER TO THE TEST

I then went out and compared other brands and experts including Al Carter who became famous in the 70’s for touring with his family. I highly recommend reading his book the Miracles of Rebounding as a source of finding the ins and outs of rebounding. As I looked at all the manufactures I found that their existed I wide range of quality. From cheap 50-dollar versions that were painful to jump on right down the Rolls Royce David Halls’ cellerciser.

I jumped on them and all and I can say that David’s was by far the most comfortable and versatile. I prefer his tri-fold unit that has wheels you can wheel it anywhere you wish to go and travel with the cellerciser. Perfect for getaways without sacrificing quality or space.

So then it was off to see how it affected me and I can honestly say I was pleasantly surprised. David recommended several sessions a day of only a few minutes in length. I followed that advice for a few days and found a new level of tone and leanness in just a week’s bouncing.

The exercise was so fun as I danced on the cellerciser to my dance music that I got carried away one day. I had some great dance tracks blasting and thought I would really go for it… I ended up going all out for about 60 minutes getting one of the most intense cardio workouts I have had in my life.

After doing so, I was a bit disoriented and I ended passing out for a couple of hours. When I woke up the next day my lymph nodes were extremely sore and it felt like I had burned by tongue. What I later found it out is that I over trained the cells who had not been used to training as I pushed each cell to the absolute physical limit.

The other thing was, I was significantly leaner.

I gave myself a few days rest and went back to a saner program as suggested by David. Believe me 10-30 minutes a day is way more effective than hours of cardio for getting lean.

I then incorporated the cellerciser into my training and found with just 10 minutes by body got stronger, my weight workouts improved, and my muscle tone improved as well I got significantly leaner. It was almost too good to be true but yet the mirror doesn’t lie.

The Cellerciser Unlocks Contest Conditioning

This year as I prepared for the INBA Championships and the Natural Mr. Olympia I use the rebounder daily instead of cardio. I dance on the cellerciser for 10-20 minutes and then add 5 minutes of interval sprinting to get into contest condition. It’s so easy, so fun, and most of all I do the training right in the middle of my living room. Hey, there’s no excuse to miss a cardio session.

I personally believe that it’s the best and easiest way to improve ones’ health and vitality and to lean out in record time. All of my close friends who have purchased a cellerciser have reported the same results and all of it love it as there is no pressure on the joints and the convenience is second to none.

I give the Cellerciser big thumbs up for those short on time, or looking for a new trick to get leaner, and healthier. David Hall’s unit is by far the best unit on the market and is most definitely worth the extra dollars.

I plan on writing more about the benefits of the Cellerciser in the future and I will be talking about more on my websites.

Until then keep I’ll keep bouncing my way to buffness and I hope you are too.

Well, Dave, you are certainly the poster child to motivate us to stick with our Cellercisers I used to have a Rebound Air rebounder, but ended up giving it away when I kept having to replace the springs (and I was way under the weight limit for it), plus, it just wasn’t that comfortable to bounce on. Every since doing more research and discovering your rebounder, I am much, much happier with your product and have not had a bit of trouble with it…

Thanks for your replies today...

Candy

Dave,

I never have seen my testimony on your testimony pages, so I guess it hasn't been updated lately? You asked me about putting it on your site a month or two ago. Anyway, I never would've thought just bouncing would give me muscle strength, but the proof is in the pudding, so to speak... Just less than three months ago, I could only do 2 (from the knee) pushups without collapsing. Now, just from using my Cellerciser at least 10-20 min./day, for the last two months, I did 40 (from the knee) pushups last night before giving out Quite an improvement, I'd say I haven't had the nerve to try full body pushups yet, but will try soon. I'm sure I won't be able to do nearly as much as the front the-knee pushups, but, still going from 2 to 40 in less than three months is a major improvement! I always try to do that quad exercise on the Cellerciser (where you quickly go from one leg to the other, with knees bent) and I can definitely see some quad definition at this time also!

Previously, I had trouble sticking with exercise for years as I thought I "had" to work out for 45 min- an hour each time, and that always seemed a hard goal to reach. But, knowing that I oniy need to do 10 min/day makes it so much more doable. No matter how tired I am at the end of the day, I can always manage to do 10 min. of bounding and oftentimes do 15-20 min. just because it feels so good and I don’t want to quit!

Candy

Dear Dave,

You were definitely right about your Cellerciser. I put the Urban Rebounder in the dumpster and my knees are not suffering any longer. You should sue because I thought that was the exact same product and after months of physical therapy it definitely is not.

Please re-do/update this frame with new springs (latest/greatest) and matting/feet etc. I also need 2 support barbets. Also please send me 3 DVD/Flyer sets. I gave away the one you sent to a friend who is interested.

Thanks again. I won’t buy anything else. If you have some diagrams of DVD of you new movements you told me about please send them as well so I can learn the best method. You told me about your mid-range arm swings but I’m not quite sure how you suggest this movement.

Good luck with your sales.

Sincerely,

Anne C.

I’m impressed with your executive Unit (Tri-fold) and want to order that as a Christmas gift later

Dave,

I could not wait another minute to tell you about what happened today. Remember my 85 year old friend, Clara (she said she talked to you, and you were sending her a brochure.)? To make a long story short, I went to her house to help her put together her cheap "rebounder", which she received yesterday. And that is what it was: cheap, cheap cheap! I checked out everything: the fabric, the springs, the fabric covering the springs, the rubber tips, the handle bar, the legs, the ease of putting it together and folding it up, the carry bag, etc. Every single thing was pathetic!

Clara bad some of it put together before I arrived. She mentioned that she is not the type of person who likes to return anything. Immediately, even before she opened the hos, she was unhappy that it was made in China. She wanted to continue putting it together, but I kept encouraging her to return it because of the very poor quality. I said, "What is the use of assembling it completely, when you already know that you do not like it?" She first said, "For me, it does not make any difference, but I want to order from your people for my two daughters." I told her that it DID make a difference for her, and that while I was there I could help her take it apart, and box it up for UPS.

So, that is what we did. She is happy we did that, but she was not easy to convince because of her stubborn and opinionated attitude. So, she probably will order three Cellercisers from you. From what I know about Clara, she does not "let the grass grow under her feet".

I guess one thing I am not very good at is "making a long story short."

Blessings, Diane

Dear Mr. Hall,

5/9/2008

Thank you so much for your patience and the time you took to walk me through some advice on how to handle my weight loss difficulties, I will let you know how it is going in a couple of weeks.

As I explained on the phone despite my frustrations with my weight I would not return my Cellerciser for all the tea in China. My children and I have truly benefited from it.

I am a mother of six, our youngest is only 5 Vz months old. I first investigated getting a rebounder about two and half months ago when after a very slow recovery and many attempts at trying to get fit, which ended in much pain and discouragement, a friend suggested I get a mini tramp as he had read that they are supposed to be the safest most efficient way to get fit and healthy. Another very good friend had also been told by her naturopath to get a mini tramp to flush her lymphatic system to help her heal from a very serious infected abscess. So I started looking into it.....wow was it overwhelming!

There were tons of websites and adds from Walmart to ebay pushing some kind of tramp or another and no way of knowing who to buy from. Then I went to check the buy and sell online and there were a couple for between five and twenty-five dollars. I could not understand how there could.be such a great discrepancy in price, anywhere from over one thousand dollars to as little as 19.99 brand new. I started to look for websites and blogs that had commentary and reports on different brands. There were equally as many. I came across your website along with > websites for Needaks, Reboundairs, Urban rebounders, Bellicons, as well as tramps from Australia, Britain, New Zealand, and Germany. All claiming that they were the best value for the money, some claiming that others were overpriced, that you could get the same bounce and quality unit for forty dollars as you could four-hundred. Wow was it confusing...

The more I looked for unbiased reports the more confused I got until I began to see a general trend. While many companies criticized others for poor quality and many individuals did the same, Uie worst that was said about the Cellerciser was that it was expensive. The funny thing was that once I compared the prices, with the exception of the Urban rebounder and the really cheap sports store and retail store brands, the price difference between the Cellerciser and many of the other top selling makes was not all that significant. And when I read about the superior quality of the Cellerciser from the same people who criticized the unit for its cost it didn't seem to make sense to me that one would spend a few dollars less if you could get the best quality for not much more.

Now while I was doing all this investigating, which took me about two to three weeks, I was using my friends trampoline, a fifty dollar model she got at Canadian Tire. It was avi^l, I hated it Everywhere hurt, my head, my back, my hips, and my c-section incision, which I was very slowly and painfully trying to recover from. I talked to my good friend who had been using hers for about four months (she got hers at Walmart) and she said that at first she found jumping on it uncomfortable but now she found that it only bothered her head and neck for the first few minutes...she figured this was normal.

What I read about better quality models was that they should not cause pain, and I remembered what you wrote about your father's experience and injury on a cheap model. So I bit the bullet and bought one of your units. While I waited for it to am've I continued to look for testimonials and followed rebounding blogs to see what people had to say. Again I could not find anything negative about your unit except the comments about cost I contacted one blogger and asked him why he had reviews about almost all known rebounder models except yours and he said it was because yours was more than he could afford and he refused to spend money on an overpriced unit when he could get the same superior quality with Rebtoundair which was so much cheaper. Well I checked and here in Canada the price difference was only about twenty dollars Canadian. So I emailed him back and told him that it made no sense to me not spend the extra twenty dollars to get the 'Cadillac' of units. His final email was to tell me that customs and shipping would get me in the end. I called your offices and spoke to Jerry, who was very kind, and told him that I had recently purchased a unit and was worried as I was really not enjoying my time on the current tramp I had and was having a lot of discomfort. He promised me that my Cellerciser experience would be better or my money would be refunded.

Well the day I got the unit I was ecstatic pulled it out of the box, by the way not extra charges came with the unit debunking the Urban rebounder blogger's predictions, and I got right on it in the living room. I had to fight my children off so I could have a go, and what a difference. I dreaded getting on the cheap one and once on could not wait to get off. As soon as I got on this one I was having fun, and as my children begged me to get off so they could have a turn I kept shooing them away cause I did not want to get off this one, it was too dam much fun.

Since I have gotten the unit I have missed about five days in two months plus. I am on it pretty much every day for between ten minutes to an hour depending on how busy my day is. I feel stronger, my abdomen is healing and feels stronger, and while I still cannot seem to drop the extra inches and weight I am carrying, the benefits to my immune system and digestive track has been remarkable. I havef suffered from IBS since grad school almost fifteen years ago and have not had such positive results since I was first diagnosed. The symptoms would come and go and only a very restrictive diet seemed to alleviate the pain associated with it Until I started rebounding. But most interesting was just recently when my whole family came down with a horrible influenza, including the baby. High fever for several days and then an awful cough that had me convinced that a couple of them had whopping cough. When the last two of the children were finally coming to the end I thought now I am going to get hit, cause that is how it always happens. Sure enough I woke up a few days later with a headache that made me feel like the top of my head would explode and a foggyness I could not shake all day. By four in the afternoon I had to do something and I could not go to sleep as it was just about time to start getting dinner ready for my family, so I decided to go downstairs and jump for a while... Ouch it hurt like heck at first but within about two to five minutes my headache was gone, my sinus' were clearing and I never did get the flu. I am convinced it is the result of my stronger Immune system from Cellercising daily. I was getting little sleep and was surrounded by runny noses. When I did sleep it was usually with one or more sick feverish children. No matter how tired I was I made a point of forcing myself to get on the tramp at least once a day while everyone was sick.

Anyway this is my long winded way to say thank you for all the work you have put into making this unit what it is, for the research and time you have devoted to helping people like me on their road to health. Especially thank you for personally calling me and answering all my questions and providing me with a game plan to deal with the obstacles still ahead. As I mentioned on the phone I truly believe that all households should own a Cellerciser and I would like to reiterate that. Imagine the strain off the overtaxed health system, the reduction in absenteeism due to illness, and the general improvement to people's well being. 1 know that when I start my day on the Cellerciser I am a much nicer mom, a much more patient teacher to my children and a much more productive person in the home. It even helps me with my prayer life as in making time to cellercise I usually also use that time to pray the Rosary which otherwise does not get done in the crazyness of my often overly busy days.

Once again God Bless you and your family Mr. Hall, I look forward to continued correspondence with you and I hope one day soon to be able to write you and let you know that my weight struggles are also under control. Also please pass on my thanks to Gerry he too has been very helpful.

With much gratitude, Dominique Okotoks, Alberta

P.S. I realize this is very long but if you would like to use any parts of this letter, or all of it you are most welcome to.

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Dear David,

Here is a little update on us after our purchase. All is well and I am still thoroughly satisfied with our tramp. My youngest daughter, who will be two in November and has downs syndrome, has been going on the tramp almost daily and loves it. Because of her downs she has a condition called Hypotonia, which I am sure you are aware is a decrease in muscle strength, which can be increased through regular exercise. Because of this she also has a little imbalance. After reading what rebounding does for increase muscle and balance I was eager to have her get used to being on it on her own so that when she is walking and stronger she will be jumping on it too. My other children, we have six in all, (for now) love to jump her as they call it They jump gently while she is on the tramp with them.

I am so happy that! had an opportunity to learn so much about the benefits of being on a tramp from you, and I try to stay faithful to my Cellerciser workouts daily...though as a mum of six and homeschooler it is sometimes difficult to find even just ten minutes. I do notice a huge difference in how I feel, and how my day tends to unravel when I neglect my jumping!

So thank you again for all your work, and keep plugging away (or should I say jumping away.) I am praying that sometime in the future I will have some extra money to purchase a few more from you and sell them as I truly believe that every home should have one!

God Bless you,

Dominique N

Dear David,

Here is a little update on us after our purchase. All is well and I am still thoroughly satisfied with our tramp. My youngest daughter, who will be two in November and has downs syndrome, has been going on the tramp almost daily and loves it. Because of her downs she has a condition called Hypotonia, which I am sure you are aware is a decrease in muscle strength, which can be increased through regular exercise. Because of this she also has a little imbalance. After reading what rebounding does for increase muscle and balance I was eager to have her get used to being on it on her own so that when she is walking and stronger she will be jumping on it too. My other children, we have six in all, (for now) love to jump her as they call it They jump gently while she is on the tramp with them.

I am so happy that! had an opportunity to learn so much about the benefits of being on a tramp from you, and I try to stay faithful to my Cellerciser workouts daily...though as a mum of six and homeschooler it is sometimes difficult to find even just ten minutes. I do notice a huge difference in how I feel, and how my day tends to unravel when I neglect my jumping!

So thank you again for all your work, and keep plugging away (or should I say jumping away.) I am praying that sometime in the future I will have some extra money to purchase a few more from you and sell them as I truly believe that every home should have one!

God Bless you,

Dominique N

This is a first impression of the Cellerciser.

I recently purchased a Cellerciser and it arrived yesterday. After trying it I was quite surprised at its bounce. I found it jarring compared to the rebounder that I have which is made by Sundance trampolines where I live.

(http://wvvw.sundancereboundersxom/50-mega-soft.htm) I always thought the Sundance was a bit firm but compared to your unit it is positively spongy probably more like the bungee rebounders. The reason I got a second rebounder is the Sundance is to big, 50" diameter and doesn't fold, to take when traveling. After much research I chose the Cellerciser but the two are so different. The exercises that you show on the DVD are so much easier to do on the Cellerciser because of its firmness. The Sundance excels doing high bounces and being less jarring but doing your exercises on it is very difficult. Not sure at this time what I am going to do with the Sundance rebounder. I thought I would use the Sundance at home and the Cellerciser on the road but the two are so different that is not possible.

I like very much your concept for using the rebounder. I have a videos by J.D. Bern and Darren Carter which don't interest me. l am not interested in doing that kind of aerobics on it. Yours is a more meaningful workout. I quite intend to carry on using the Cellerciser and following your workout. It is going to take a bit of time to get use to the Cellerciser as I have been using the Sundance for years.

John

Hi David,

I'm sorry this is getting a bit confusing and it all started with sending in my Cellerciser Warranty. I thought I'd send in an e-mail which would be easier than sending the written one in. I asked if that would work and I thought that Jerry would be responding to the e- mail's. I ordered 3 of your Cellercisers from him a couple weeks ago after spending a few months with a plastic ReboundAir (which I noticed had a crack in it). William told me to speak with you but Jerry wasn't about to let me through to you so I bought it from him - after much questioning of the differences.

All that said, will this e-mail with all my mailing information suffice for a warranty card?

I bought 3 Cellercisers within the month of October 2002.1 bought them from Jerry by calling your 800 #. Below is my mailing information.

Thanks,

Matt B

Hi David,

Here is a review you asked for after our phone conversation
i have had so much trouble with Enlightenment Co. they wont acknowledge that the Bellicon is at fault, i think because of responsibility worries.

After much, much effort they have agreed to refund me most of the money as long as i waive all rights to sue etc( $700) but it cost me $1000+ after taxes and double shipping etc.

How can I be the only one that has had a problem with this rebounder? I am also an experienced rebounder so my body is accustomed to this exercise.

I give my permission for you to publish any part of below review;

I have been rebounding for many years and wanted a new one, after much investigation I discovered the 2 most expensive, The Cellerciser and the Bellicon rebounder, the Bellicon was much more expensive so i bought it. thinking it should be the best. No way. It's worse than anything else I have tried. It immediately hurt my feet, specifically my arches, because it made my feet pronate inwards. I tried many variations of bouncing, barefoot. anti pronating runners. etc no luck, still hurt me. The bungees also frayed after one week (it costs $75 to replace the bungees), the sellers said i needed the extra strong bungees, still no difference.

So next I bought the Cellerciser. This one was perfect it had a nice soft bounce but not too deep, and the pad moved downwards with my feet, father than tilting into the center. I can easily jog or bounce high or low. Because the pad seems to adjust to the exercise, its the best.

Many thanks.

Nick

April 4, 2014

I am a Master Herbalist student at Dr. Christopher’s School of Natural Healing. Through this education I have learned the importance of rebounding. I have a $35.00 mini trampoline and I HAD NO IDEA THERE WERE A DIFFERENCE in other mini trampoline/rebounders. Low and behold my Cellercisers arrived yesterday afternoon and I couldn’t wait to jump on! Of course, before doing so, I wanted to test the difference, so I rolled out my $35 model and gave it a go. About 2 minutes in, I jumped on the Cellerciser and HOLY SMOKES - I was at a loss for words!

Unbelievable difference between the two. It felt like I had gone from jumping on a bag rocks, to jumping on a marshmallow. Now, I look forward to rebounding every day.

Thank you very much and I just had to share this 😉

With kind regards,

Penelope T.

Dear Mr. Hall,

I wanted you to know how much we like your Cellerciser rebounder. We just purchased our second one. My sister took our first one with there recently when she moved to Costa Rica. In the meantime she ordered a different brand for us. I think “Rebound” or ReboundAir. It looks very similar to yours, but I was not satisfied with the texture of the mat. It sinks in the middle making the various exercises difficult or dangerous. I can’t us it . It was a bid relief to receive yours lately. We use it everyday.

Thank you! Rachel L.

Hi Dave,

When we spoke a few weeks ago I told you I was contemplating purchasing your Cellerciser from BounceWell and asked how it would compare with my Needak.

You said I might not notice a difference but then again I might not. I have used it faithfully for about 10 days and I can tell you I do see a difference. No more pain, the bounce is definitely softer and easier on my neck and back. It’s a great rebounder.

Rose

Hi Dave,

Jul 14, 2012

I purchased a cellerciser a few weeks ago and have been using it every day for about 10 days. Prior to this I have used some fomri of rebounder since the early 90's. I had one cellerciser previously but wound up giving it away - can't remember why.I always had good results in firming and toning with rebounders - some success with weight loss, too. About four years ago I decided I needed a "really soft bounce" Had previously tried a bellicon - worst experience I ever had - sore hips, legs and feet. Got rid of it immediately.What I have been using for the past four years is a "therapeutic" rebounder made by a company called Sundance. They make regualar trampolines and rebounders for home use (there really is a point to this long e-mail). I noticed that I did not get the same toning results with the sundance and forget about any weight loss. It was made with very long, springs. When I started using the new cellerciser, and even though it has only been 10 days, I am seeing amazing results. I can literally see the fat coming off my waist and belly. My legs are much more toned than they have been in four years.

My question to you is why would this be? Why was I not getting results with the very soft rebounder? I am truly stunned with what I am seeing in such a short period of time.

Any light you could shed on this would be appreciated.

Rose

From Dave Hall

Rose, when rebounders are too soft or sluggish, you can have a good bounce but not enough resistance to cause cell tissue to build. If a mini-trampoline is too hard, they can be damaging. If the mat isn’t the right material it can promote pronation causing knee pain and back pain. We have worked hard to create a unit that incorporates the very best features and quality to create results and to hold up. Best in health!

Cellerciser:

I want to commend your associate "Jerry." Over about a 10-day period I made numerous calls to your company asking questions about your product and how it compared to others. Jerry was always patient, polite, professional, and best of all, very informative about Cellerciser advantages. I have been rebounding for 2 years on low-cost "hard bounce" rebounders marketed under the "Stamina" name brand. They can be found at WalMart and other outlets. I burned through 3 of them, along with one replacement mat/pad. They last at most 6 months before they are unsafe to use for a 200+ lb. person. I jog in place almost daily for 45 to 60 minutes as a normal aerobic rebounder routine. So clearly, a cheap rebounder is for limited use by lightweight people.

STITCHING: Low-cost rebounders cannot last long despite light use by light people. Jerry helped me understand why: The stitching is nylon- an inflexible material that if stretched and stressed too much will simply break. cheap rebounders all use nylon stitching. The rebounders I have been using have 7 rows of nylon stitching to secure the ‘bullhorn’ loops to the mat. I was very surprised to discover in my product investigations that the same nylon stitching material that fails so quickly is featured on the Needak website. It is featured there as a selling point. Need features 8 rows of the same sure-to-fail nylon stitching as the $20 rebounders that I was destroying via normal daily use.

SPRINGS: The short springs on low-cost rebounders also DO BREAK. Hearing that "Snap!" and feeling a very sudden sag to one or another direction on the mat is a little disconcerting while one is working out! Haying to stay away from where one spring is suddenly missing takes concentration- assuming one is willing to risk a fall just to try to get a few more days of added utility out of an unsafe rebounder. MY EXPERIENCE OVER AND OVER AGAIN: Add the spring failure to the eventual pulling away from the mat of one "bullhorn" securing loops after another - due to the ever-breaking nylon stitching, and you have the potential for real injury. As the stitching keeps pulling apart, the loops pull completely away from the mat, the surviving springs become completely useless, and the rebounder becomes too unsafe to use even for the bravest. I decided about 5 weeks ago, "No more cheap rebounders! I need one that endures NO MATTER WHAT I PUT IT THROUGH! I need a SAFE one NO MATTER: WHAT PUNISHMENT I HAMMER TO IT! And I do want one that folds up for TRAVEL!

I got online to look at Needak, Urban Rebounder, all "Stamina"'rebounder products trying to find a cheap, yet superior one they might offer, and at Cellerciser before making my next rebounder purchase. I made telephone calls to ask questions. Stamina did not even know what their stitching was made of, but told me it was on all that they offered. I thought that maybe the cheapest ones used cotton thread. This would explain the fast failure of the stitching. I thought that nylon —having seen that Needak touted this, might be better than the "cotton" that the cheap rebounders I was buying must be using. I burned a piece of frazzled, failed stitching from the wreck of my final low-cost rebounder. It melted and beaded up just like a nylon cord does when one bums it to stop it from fraying. That is when I knew Jerry was right - The stitching that fails on other rebounders is nylon. This is exactly what stitching had repeatedly kept failing on my $20 rebounders! I had to say, "No" to Needak's entire product line.

HARD BOUNCE: Jerry let me know about long-term dangers to the "hard bounce" of low-cost rebounders. I had to admit to a certain amount of knee area soreness from time to time after a session of what I now think of as "serious aerobic stitch-and-spring snapping" on my cheap 6-month rebounders. I told Cellerciser's Jerry that I like the hard-bounce feel — not a "big up, up and away" trampoline feel. Jerry assured me that the softer bounce was not extreme, would provide a pleasing workout experience, and that I would benefit in terms of long-term comfortable aerobic exercise.

I have indeed found a big advantage-my aerobicjog-in-place workouts are not only more comfortable, but the softer bounce is more like running on grass or in sand. It has always been a little harder for me to run on grass or sand than on hard surfaces. I am getting BETTER aerobic workouts on the Celluciser due to the softer bounce! The hard bounce rebounders give more of a "running on pavement!' feel. I see now that this has required LONGER workout time to get a same aerobic benefit than softer bounce jogging now gives me on the Cellerciser! Also, I feel no knee aches from the Cellerciser. Intuitively, I sense that I will experience less joint and/or tendon damage from Cellerciser use than I was experiencing after each jog on my short-lived "hard bounce" units.

I purchased the Cellerciser Tri-fold kit with all the bells and whistles. Jerry is the consummate salesperson. It was all about making me feel comfortable and fi^e to call Cellerciser back at any time. It was all about, "go see and compare and call me back with more questions." It was all about good, factual, hard-reality facts about the advantages of Cellerciser. Jerry provided in-depth information about the Cellerciser's superior materials and innovations. He gave frank product information about a quarter-fold product currently on the market, stitching qualities, and the shortcomings of various common spring types when I insisted on fine-point comparisons. I DID appreciate his doing me a BIG favor by "closing the door" on inferior product choices I was considering. I checked out everything he told me and found it to be true in every case where public information could be found. Jerry also pointed out the added value of the stabilizing bar—^something I thought was 'wussy" but am now very glad to have with my Tri-fold.

Due to Jerry's knowledgeable sales professionalism with its very high "value for the customer”accent, I must declare that I am very happy to own and use my Tri-fold Cellerciser with more enjoyment than I anticipated. I use it daily with confidence. I have even found new, creative exercises of my own that the stabilizer bar enables me to invent and execute. I AM HAVING A BLAST on my CELLERCISER!!!!

Steve

Denver, C

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