Arthritis is America’s No. 1 cause of disability, and it affects more than 50 million adults. If you suffer from painful arthritis, you’ve likely tried a handful of different things to find relief, but none of them seem to work, or at least not provide the long-term relief you want. Well that’s probably because you haven’t tried rebounding yet. Rebounding is simply jumping up and down on a mini trampoline. It’s a fun and easy way to get yourself moving every day—which is exactly what anyone with arthritis needs. Many people with painful ailments are able to use a rebounder because it’s not harsh on the body’s joints like running, jogging or other aerobic workouts are. Instead, exercising on a rebounder provides a soft and gentle bounce that has very low impact on your knees and joints. It reduces your everyday aches and pains, while strengthening your muscles and bones. This is possible because every cell constantly has stress placed on it and then is released by the constant up and down movement. Your body strengthens itself from this increase and decrease of stress. Rebounding also improves your lymphatic circulation. Unlike your body’s cardiovascular system that has the heart as its pump to keep blood flowing, the lymphatic system has no pump. But when you rebound, you help this system pump and drain out the body’s waste. Deemed by some as “health bouncing,” bouncing on a mini trampoline helps flush out the toxic substances and dead white blood cells that build up in your joints and cause them to be inflamed and sore. While other tricks or exercises haven’t worked in the past, rebounding can help relieve your arthritis. Plus, there are many other health benefits of rebounding, and it’s fun. It’s an exercise that you’ll keep doing because it’s enjoyable, easy, convenient and doesn’t feel like exercise. You just get on a mini trampoline and start bouncing. Lifting weights and conventional workouts aren’t always possible when you suffer from arthritis, and if you try to force yourself it probably won’t help your condition improve. Try rebounding to help ease the pain of your arthritis. If you’re in the middle of a bad flare up, it may not be possible to bounce on a mini trampoline for more than a few minutes at a time. You may even need someone to help you get on and off the equipment. And guess what? That’s totally OK. Just don’t stop trying. The more you try, the more positive results you’ll see. Before you know it, you’ll be bouncing for 10 minutes a day—and 10 minutes a day is all you need to see results from the Cellerciser®. With the Cellerciser®, it doesn’t take much to start improving your overall health and wellness. And that 10 minutes a day you can even break up into two 5-minute sessions at first if you need to. If 10 minutes of bouncing on a mini trampoline is all it takes to get some much needed relief from arthritis pain, isn’t it worth giving it a try? As someone who suffers from arthritis, one thing you need to be doing every day is moving, and rebounding is an easy, effective way to get you up and painlessly moving. So what are you waiting for? Buy a Cellerciser® today, and start bouncing back from arthritis!
NOTE: Remember to always consult with your doctor or health professional before starting new exercise routines.
NOTE: Remember to always consult with a doctor or health professional before starting any new exercise routines.
Dave launched Cellular Health Innovations LLC in 1990 and is dedicated to teaching and promoting David’s Cellology® Technology. Founder and entrepreneur, Dave Hall has been a high-impact lecturer, speaker, trainer and motivator for over 30 years.Read More
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