Exercise is recommended by scientific study

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Cellercise® is a newer, much more efficient form of exercise recommended by hundreds of doctors, chiropractors, health professionals, and scientists worldwide. With just 10 minutes of exercise a day and 1 piece of equipment, Cellercise® can help you gain health benefits you never thought possible. And the best part is that it’s all scientifically sound – see for yourself in the journal excerpts below.

Scientific Support for Cellercise®

Finding 1:
“Remember, there are 150 calories in a glass of beer. If your body does not need the energy these calories provide, and if you dont’ want the beer to end up as fatty tissue, you will have to rebound for two minutes, run for six minutes, swim for 10 minutes, or walk for 22 minutes in order to burn up the extra calories. ”Figures presented in the lecture, Techniques of Exercise Testing The Obese Patient” by Paul E. DeVore, M.D. given at American Society of Bariatric Physicians, March 1979. Jumping For Health, A Guide TO Rebounding Aerobics, Dr. Morton Walker, D.P.M,, page 87-8.

Finding 2:
“The entire body contains about 75 trillion cells” Medical Physiology, 5th Edition, Dr. Arthur C. Guyton, MD, Chapter 1, page 2.
Finding:
“Dr. Larry Gettman, Ph.D. Research Director, Institute For Aerobics Research - “The study discovered that a circuit incorporating 30 seconds of running between exercise stations, dramatically improved aerobic endurance 17%, reduced body fat percentages 10.9% to 17.1% in only 12 weeks, and increased strength up to 26% in the same period.” Institute for Aerobics Research Study, “New Super Circuit Program conditions the whole body for endurance, strength and flexibility”.
Finding:
“For similar levels of heart rate and oxygen consumption, the magnitude of the biomechanical stimuli is greater with jumping on a trampoline than running, a finding that might help identify acceleration parameters needed for the design of remedial procedures to avert deconditioning in persons exposed to weightlessness”. Journal Of Applied Physiology : 881-887, 1980. The research was performed by the Biomechanical Research Division, NASA-Ames Research Center, Moffett Filed, California.
Finding:
“Kenneth H. Cooper, M.D. M.P.H., author of Aerobics and founder of the Institute for Aerobics Research in Dallas, Texas, is the acknowledged inventor of the modern day aerobic concept. (Cooper)…. indicated that jumping for ten minutes is equivalent to skiing thirty minutes, vigorously dancing the Hustle for forty minutes, or playing two sets of singles tennis for forty minutes.” Jumping For Health; A guide To Rebounding Aerobics, page 18.
Finding:
"J.E. Schmidt, M.D. a member of the American Medical Association, who is in private medical practice, suggests that “jogging can kill you”. He says it is one of the most wasteful and hazardous forms of exercise, which takes more from the body than it gives back. Among the bodily structures most likely to be damaged by jogging are: 1) the sacroiliac joints, 2) The vertebral joints,, 3) The veins of the legs, 4) The uterus, 5) The breasts, 6) The abdominal rings ( in men), and 7). The heart.” Jumping For Health, A Guide to Rebounding Aerobics, page 215.
Finding:
“Rebounding ( cellerciser) aerobics provides a superior training effect in a shorter period of time. It has none of the dangers of jogging on hard, unyielding surfaces. Rebounding’s surface is resilient, it cushions and is comfortable. It’s the most efficient, effective, and life preserving exercise as yet developed by mankind. While you’re rebounding, you stay relaxed, look great, feel freedom of movement, and have a sense of well-being that you’ll not find present in any other aerobic exercise.” Jumping for Health: A guide to Reboudngin Aerobics, Dr. Morton Walker D.P.M, Page 221.
Finding:
“The National Institute of Reboundology and Health Inc., reports that thousands of people a day are being turned on to using the new, at-home or at-work exercising apparatus known as a rebound device. The Institute’s research goes back to 1975 when “rebounding” devices were first broadly introduced to the American public. Jumping for Health: A Guide To Rebounding Aerobics,Dr. Morton Walker, D.P.M page 5.
Finding 1:
“John A. Friedrich, M.D. of Duke University, writing in the Journal of Physical Education, says that moving the muscles, especially the large leg muscles ( as done in rebounding), aids blood circulation exceedingly. Dr. Friedrich stated, “the combination of the large leg muscles massaging the blood back to the heart along with the effect of the diaphragmatic action ( or lymphatic and circulation of blood) very significantly enhances the total circulatory efficiency, and in the process, minimizes the stress put on the heart, inasmuch as the leg muscles and diaphragm act as auxiliary hearts by assisting in blood flow” Jumping For Health: A Guide To Rebounding Aerobics, page 10.

Finding 2:
“Prior research with exercise has turned up more than thirty particular benefits from regular movement in either one’s occupation, recreation, or for purposes of just bodily motion. The specific anti-stress benefits of rebounding are even more exaggerated, since, as Albert E. Carter points out in his book, The Miracles of Rebound Exercise, “ Rebounding not only increases the strength of each muscle by increasing the G force repeatedly, but also increases the fitness of the muscle by improving lymphatic and blood circulation in the muscle.” Albert E. Carter. The Miracles of Rebound Exercise, page 83.
Finding:
“We found that jogging, jumping and skipping rope on (Cellercise) equipment produced about one fifth the impact that jogging on a treadmill or skipping rope on a floor would produce…In our laboratory we also wanted to measure the amount of shock transmitted through the feet, ankles, and legs while running at a 7 ½ minute per mile pace 9 heart rate 150 beats/min) and compare that with the shock transmitted at an equivalent to jogging in place on cellercise equipment at a similar 150 beats per minute heart rate. In the study we found that during jogging the shock transmitted from the running surface of the treadmill up to the leg reached a force level of two to four times the body weight. While similarly exercising at the same heart rate on the Cellercise equipment the force is reduced to a maximum of 1.3 to 1.6 times the body weight. Both of these experiments show that cellercising actually produce less leg trauma than walking, jogging, or skipping rope on regular surfaces”. Jump For Joy, Dr. James White, Ph.D. page 10
"If you want to increase the muscle mass and bone density, you need to increases the weight. With Cellercise, its simple; just jump higher. Because the weight of the acceleration and deceleration and gravity ( or weight) on the body is increased at the bottom of the bounce”. Hence Cellercise is an isometric, isotonic, calisthenics and aerobic exercise all in one affecting every body part and function all at the same time!

Finding:
“The human body cannot tell the difference between the forces of acceleration, deceleration and gravity”. Albert Einstein, The Theory of Special Relativity, 1911
Finding 1:
“Vertical movement up and down challenges the proprioceptors improving equilibrium and balance" (paraphrased from Dr. Arthur C. Guyton MD, Medical Physiology, The Nervous System - section on equilibrium)

Finding 2:
“It is known that 90% of the brain’s active energy is expended on calculations and minor corrections in balancing and knowing where the body is in space at any given moment. in time. Only 10% of the brain’s activity is used in actual cognitive or thinking functions. This reality truly demonstrates the importance the brain places on knowing how every part of the body is moving and what position it is in. This also illuminates how much fatigue and dysfunction result in a person when the mechanics of the body are not in balance. Our society today would be much more vibrant, healthy and full of vitality if they paid more attention to getting enough kinetic exercise in a given day. David Hall’s Cellercise system is very proficient at focusing on this goal. Health and wellness will be the result of such activity if properly and consistently applied” Dr. Jeffrey G. Hanks, D.C. President of the Utah Association of Chiropractic Physicians (UACP).

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