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.
I don’t know how you can help more than you have with the Cellerciser. I have had high triglycerides most of my adult life, so high that I grew bumps on the outside of my skin, because there was no more room on the inside of my skin to put the fatty deposits. So, my body deposited them on the outside. It took a long time to get them down with medicines. At that time my triglycerides were up over 10,000. The time before last, when I had my blood work done, they were down in the 800 – 900 range. Of course, with it that high, my cholesterol was so high that it could not be recorded, and It seemed like an uphill battle all the time. I also became diabetic too and had high blood pressure. I tried all kinds of diets, Weight Watchers, Atkins, South Beach Diet, Dr. Phil’s Weight Loss Program and I only seemed able to lose five pounds, then gain 10 pounds and then stay stuck at my weight.
A week before I saw you and Paul in Citrus Heights, I had changed to God’s original diet of nuts, fruit, vegetables and grains. The South Beach diet helped me to get off of all white products and helped me to bring down my blood sugars so much that I was able to get off of the insulin and one of my diabetic tablets. I now can eat fruit without my blood sugars being so constantly high all the time. My last blood tests showed my triglycerides down into the 300’s and finally my cholesterol was low enough to register too. I’ll be having my next blood work done next month and I’m anxious to see what the results are now that I have a routine on the Cellerciser.
I’m still just doing the basic program, because I’ve been so weak. When I stumble, I don’t have the muscle strength to pull me out of the stumble and I fall. When I fall, I break bones because I also have osteoporosis. Anyway, I’m feeling a lot stronger now and feel I now have muscles back in my legs. My 74 year-old mother also is gaining strength. So far, though, neither one of us can bounce off of the mat and hope to be able to bounce, off of the mat, once the bar gets here.
We’ve had the tramp for 3 weeks now. I have so much cellulite from the triglycerides that I could feel bumps all over my arms and legs, just below the skin. Some were so big that when I would rub them, they would actually hurt. Now, when I rub my skin, I can’t feel the knots of fat anymore. I feel that if I still have the cellulite, then it is melting away, finally.
All I’m doing on the Cellerciser is doing the basic bounce for two minutes and then marching in place for two minutes and then cooling down for one minute or more. I’m slowly adding the marching minutes 15 seconds at a time. I’m doing this at least twice a day and sometimes three times a day. Weekends I can fit in more.
Thanks again for everything,
We had a health fair here at work today and I took advantage of a free cholesterol test.
This happens annually, and for years I’ve had more or less the same results – slightly over the recommended range – usually a total of 205 to 210. My HDL/good cholesterol is usually high and balances the fact that my LDL/bad cholesterol is over the limit and drives the total number up.
I get about the same results when I do a standard LabCorp blood test. Again, the numbers have remained stable at those levels for years and years – as long as I can remember.
Well today – for the first time – it was different, and I can only attribute it to my daily Cellercising! My total cholesterol was down to 187!!! That is unheard of for me! And my HDL was 93, which the nurse said was off the roof high and was great. She said that 50 is great and mine is 43 points over that. Not bad for a 61 year old woman who takes no medication – not for cholesterol or for anything!
Below is a screenshot of the results.
How can I thank you for being the wonderful “health warrior” that you are!! Please feel free to read this on a Q&A session!
Best to you!
I hope you are well. In some ways my Cellerciser journey began over 45 years ago when my Aunt was with a company that sold rebounders and she gave me one. I used it for a while, and enjoyed it, but I was young and “macho”, so I eventually gave it up for miles of running, other excessive types of training, and crash dieting. I carried this regiment on through the years and I now have an artificial hip, and two artificial knees. I am not complaining …. I thank the Lord for good Doctors, and the technology, that allows me not to be a total cripple. I retired from teaching and coaching a few years ago (42 year career) and I realized I had given more concern to my athletes and students than myself. Almost a year ago I finally had that moment where I had a very serious conversation with the man in the mirror. I had a physical. I weighed 411 pounds. My A 1 c was almost 10. My blood Pressure was 170/95. My Cholesterol was through the roof as well. I was taking medication for all of these things already and my physician wanted me to take more including adding shots of insulin. I simply said I was not going to do that and that I would take care of the problem. Actually, that was not that bright, but I was finally fed up. I would not recommend anyone do that, but I knew myself, and my problem has never been not knowing what to do, but rather simply doing it. That evening I went home, and I prayed that the Lord would give me strength to proceed and be with me as I went. The next day, I began doing it. I started slowly. I made the decision that initially I would set a goal of working out four times per week. I could work out more days, but the baseline was four. I figured that if I said I was doing it every day I was setting myself up to fail because sometimes cares of life get in the way. The first day I did fifteen easy minutes on a treadmill and fifteen easy minutes on a bike. The next day I did that again and added a few rounds of 3-5 exercises with light weights I have at home and a TRX. I would do the walking and riding at least four times a week and on at least two of those days I would add the other exercises. I also tried to cut down on sugar and other “bad” carbs, but I did not just deny myself everything. I would also sauna 3-4 times per week. I did all of this for a month and was under 400 pounds and feeling better. I was ready to work a bit harder, so I alternated days of biking and walking with two of my biking days including some intervals and one of my walks being a longer one. I started going to our local club and began a reasonable lifting program twice a week. I began some bouts of intermittent fasting and watch my carbs a bit closer. I was feeling better and better. I also added one thing, a Rebounder. I still had the one my Aunt gave me stored in my garage. Each day after my workout I would bounce (not all that hard) for 5-10 minutes and I found that it made me recover better. I also began revisiting the benefits of rebounding and I discovered your material on YouTube. As I watched, and studied, I decided that a Cellerciser would be much better than the unit I had. I noticed that the suggested maximum weight for the Cellerciser was 350 pounds so I kept working with the goal of getting to the point where I could use the Cellerciser. Finally, when I got to September, I was near 350 pounds and I ordered a Cellerciser. When it came the unit was even better than I imagined. I started using it after my workouts, but then I decided I would get on it every morning, and so I began playing on the Cellerciser for 5-10 minutes every morning. It only took a few sessions before I was looking forward to getting on the unit each morning because I felt so good after I did it. If I felt stiff when I got out of bed the Cellerciser took care of that. I can tell you that I have done a lot of physical things over the years that have damaged my body and I have a lot of orthopedic issues, but 100% of the time when I get off the Cellerciser I feel better, even when I hit it hard. Since I received the Cellerciser I have continued to work out. I have replaced one walking session with Cellerciser and added another Cellerciser session. These are in addition to my morning ritual. I am now down to 300 pounds and maintaining that while I am stuck in the house due to Covid-19. I am on the Cellerciser every day. It not only helps me physically, but the mental benefits are huge. I plan to let my body lose some more weight once this lock-in is over. Right before the lockdown I had a Doctor’s appointment. My A 1 c is at 5.2, my cholesterol and other blood markers are all excellent, and my blood pressure has been in the 120/75 range for 2-3 months now. The benefits I have gotten from rebounding, and a healthier lifestyle, are simply phenomenal. If I was still coaching, I would have several Cellercisers in my wrestling room for warm-up, recovery, and conditioning as well as for training around injuries. I have worked with a lot of young athletes and one group that I think would benefit immensely from the Cellerciser is the female athlete. They have an inordinate number of ACL tears and I think working on the Cellerciser would strengthen the muscular and ligamental structure of their knees in ways that traditional weight training cannot touch. If I could go back in time, I would base my fitness program on rebounding which is what I am moving towards as I approach my post work life. Cellerciser has helped me get healthy. You have helped me as well Dave. I have watched your YouTube videos and, learned a great deal from you. Plus, the motivation you provide in your presentations is priceless. Thanks for your help. I am so sorry this was so long. There is actually much more because God has really transformed me, and blessed me, along the way in this journey … but another time maybe. By the way, I am 63 years old.
I had a knee scrapping (broken cartilage pieces around my kneecap) removed and shaved to smooth. So, after recuperating, my workouts had to change. I was a lover of Insanity by Shaun T. Lots of jumping. But the Dr. said not for me. No running either. So, I research the best way for me to cross train without the hard impact on my knee. I watched a YouTube video on how good of a cardio workout you can get from a mini trampoline. So, I bought one for $50 at Walmart. Big mistake. I had such a hard time assembling it(bands), I gave up and went back to YouTube. I found a review of David Hall’s Rebounder. Yes, an appropriate name for an adult tramp. When I heard how important it was to use a quality tramp, so you do not hurt yourself, mainly your back, I looked at the piece of crap I bought in Walmart and immediately returned it. Though I found the Cellerciser a little pricey, in good faith, I trust the creator of this great product and the quality in it. I love this thing. It’s mine. I don’t allow the grand kids to use it so they understand it’s my toy. The benefits are incredible. I feel tightness in my core. I love feeling light on my feet. And my greatest achievement is the 291 cholesterol is now 229. That’s why I need the cardio aspect. No damage to my knee. Yay!!! I’ll never stop.
Thank you David Hall and God Bless You and Yours,