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***Check out Albert E. Carter's book "The Miracles of Rebounding" *** ****NASA study finds rebounding 68% more effective than jogging*** ***Rebounding Stimulates 100% of your cells***
Best exercise to improve lymphatic circulation
Rebounding is the best exercise to help your lymphatic system work alongside your cardiovascular system, to keep your blood and lymphatic fluid levels balanced and to flush the toxins out.
Your lymphatic system also moves your immune cells throughout your body to create a defense against infections.
Boost for your immune system
Rebounding boosts the immune system by stimulating the action of red bone marrow and supporting the repair of tissue.
Has Anti-inflammatory benefits
When your lymphatic system works well this in turn has has anti-inflammatory effects on your body.
Many seniors suffer from digestive issues such as slow digestion and constipation.
Rebounding on a regular basis helps encourage digestive health and is an excellent “treatment” for people who suffer from gastrointestinal discomfort.
Easy on the joints
Rebounding has much less impact on joints and soft tissue than other exercises.
Because a trampoline is made using either springs or bungee bands, it is able to absorb most of the body's impact with every bounce.
When you walk or run, there is a good deal of pressure on your knees, ankles and hips whereas rebounding mitigates about 85% of pressure on your joints.
When bouncing, the pressure is more distributed throughout the body, whereas when walking or running, the pressure is mainly on the ankles.
Good for strengthening the heart
Heart disease is the #1 cause of death in the United States, so it is critical that you look after your heart.
Improves balance/Reduces the risk of fall
Rebounding increases your brain’s responsiveness to the vestibular apparatus within the inner ear, which is responsible for your sense of balance.
Rebounding will strengthen your legs and hips and core which will dramatically improve your balance. In addition, your sense of balance is based on your brain’s responsiveness to the vestibular apparatus within the inner ear. Regular rebounding will improve this area of responsiveness.
Helps circulate oxygen to tissues
When you increase your circulation, all your cells benefit from the increase in oxygen. All tissue needs a good supply of oxygen to function properly. This is especially important to your organs – kidneys – brain - heart.
Increases the G-Force to your body – increases bone density
Having an increased or gravitational load improves your health and helps your body by strengthening your musculoskeletal systems. NASA puts their returning astronauts on a rebounder to increase bone density.
Due to the gravity – anti gravity effect of rebounding bone density is increased and reduces the risk of developing osteoporosis.
This can also help decrease the chances of getting a bone fracture, as one in two women and one in five men will break a bone because of osteoporosis.
Increases lung capacity
Lung disease can cause diminished lung capacity over time. Increasing lung capacity is important, as bringing more oxygen to your cells is an important goal for good health.
Lowers blood pressure
Rebounding helps your muscles to contract, which results in the rhythmic compression of veins and arteries, which in turn helps fluids move more effectively through the body and back to the heart, which helps lower peripheral blood pressure.
Easy to fit in
Bounce while watching TV or listening to your favorite tunes
Due to increased blood circulation to the brain, rebounding encourages good brain function and memory in older adults.
You can increase your endurance by simply rebounding for 20 minutes or more at a moderate level of intensity. This will help to increase your mitochondria. If you can do this 3 times a week you will increase your endurance.
Helps maintain independence
Maintaining functional independence is one thing that many aging adults want. Rebounding on a regular basis can help accomplish this if it is practiced for 30 minutes every day.
Rebounding is a great option for arthritis management.
Exercise is important when your suffer from arthritis in order to keep joints lubricated. Rebounding helps lubricate the joints while minimizing the joint pain compared to general exercise.
Improves the endocrine system
Rebounding is one way to help correct a hormone imbalance because getting rid of excess hormones and toxins is an important factor in a healthy endocrine system.
Reduces your risk of chronic disease
Rebounding helps improve insulin sensitivity, heart health, and body composition while decreasing blood pressure and blood fat
These health benefits help prevent the increase in belly fat, which can increase your risk of , cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and premature death.
Rebounding on a regular basis can improve your quality of sleep. The recovery process of your body is activated when you increase periods of exercise during the day.
Reduces the urge to ruminate
Research has found that doing exercises such as rebounding helps prevent people from over thinking on past negative events by altering the blood flow to the areas in the brain that trigger this repetitive, negative thought process.
Fights fatigue and depression
Increasing your strength and endurance gives you more energy..
Rebounding Makes Your Happy!
There is something about bouncing that produces a happy frame of mind.
Rebounding helps regulate your mood with the rush of feel-good hormones you get from exercising.
Rebounding can help you feel better about yourself.
Reduces risk of cancer
Doing exercise such as rebounding helps lower one's risk for developing a variety of different types of cancer.
Studies have shown a 30-40% reduction in occurrences of breast cancer among women who participate in regular exercise.
Reduces risk of developing dementia
Studies show that exercise can decrease the likelihood of developing dementia.
Reverses the impact of life-long stress
Increase your levels of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine by rebounding for 30 minutes!
In fact, rebounding may actually work on a cellular level to help reverse the toll that stress takes on the aging process.
Helps you live longer
Increase your chance of living longer with exercise! Research shows that if your exercise moderately for 150 minutes per week you can increase your lifespan by 3.4 years.
Keeping your body healthy to help you live longer is one of the biggest benefits of rebounding.
Helps prevent edema
Rebounding can decrease the amount of blood that pools in the cardiovascular system's veins, which helps prevent chronic edema.
Helps improve existing heart problems
The gentle, low-impact exercise of rebounding and increased circulation can improve seniors' recovery from heart procedures
Encourages collateral circulation
This means an alternative path of circulation around a blocked artery or vein
This refers to the alternate path of circulation around a blocked artery or vein, such as a nearby blood vessel. Having proper collateral circulation is important for seniors.
Rebounding is different than other types of exercise. It is fun, EASY and low-impact, which means it is great for everyone.
IMPROVE OR MAINTAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH REBOUNDING!