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Health Benefits of Rebounding

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Rebounding is Easy and Effective!

Rebounding is low impact and puts almost no stress on your joints. It is an effective exercise that reduces your body fat; firms your arms, legs, thighs, abdomen, and hips; increases your agility; strengthens your muscles overall; provides an aerobic effect for your cardiopulmonary systems; rejuvenates your body when it’s tired, and generally puts you in a state of mental and physical wellness.

Rebounding Benefits Your Lymphatic System

The lymphatic system, “the garbage disposal of the body,” relies completely on conscious movement. Unlike the cardiovascular system with the heart automatically pumping fluid, the lymph system relies on our body movements as a pump. Without movement that forces the lymphatic fluid to drain, toxins collect in the lymph instead of leaving the body.

Rebounding is the most effective for increasing lymph flow and draining toxins from the body. The up-down movement forces lymphatic fluid to flow and flush toxins.

Did you know that rebounding can burn more calories than walking or jogging?

 

Benefits of Rebounding

  • Enhances digestion and elimination processes.
  • Boost the immune system by providing a greater white blood cell activity.
  • Helps improve balance by stimulating the vestibule in the middle ear.
  • Cellulite Reduction: By supporting lymphatic flow in the butt and thighs, rebounding can improve one of the root causes of non-hereditary cellulite. Often you will see a reduction in cellulite after regular rebounding for a few months.
  • Rebounding decreases blood pooling in veins to improve chronic edema and rebounding can even lower blood pressure by aiding blood circulation.
  • A whole body exercise improving muscle tone throughout the entire body.
  • Improves coordination through the transmission of nerve impulses and responsiveness of the muscle fibers.
  • It is safe for almost everyone including children, the elderly and many disabled people.
  • Rebounding is more effective than running without the stress on your ankles and knees.
  • Offers relief from neck and back pain or headaches caused by lack of exercise.
  • Supports better and easier relaxation and sleep.

 

Rebounders can be used almost anywhere. Remember to start slow 3-5 minutes at a time. Try three five-minute sessions throughout the day.

For detox support, rebound for at least 15 minutes daily.

For weight loss support, rebound for 15-20 minutes at moderate intensity in one period, at least three times per week.

Don’t rebound right after eating or drinking.

Let’s try a 30 Day Rebounding Challenge!

Do each move for one minute. Starting with 3 rounds and work your way up from there.

Heel lifts: Bounce lightly up and down, lifting heels alternately whilst keeping soles on the mat

Gentle jogging: Bounce slightly higher and at a faster pace, lifting heels alternately whilst keeping sole on the mat.

High Knees: Stand with a straight posture, and run in place while bringing your knees up to your hips. Keep your core engaged to keep your back straight. Hold your hands out in front of you (and at hip level), palms facing down, in order to gently tap the tops of your knees as they lift and lower beneath you.

 

Since detoxing excess hormones and toxins is key a healthy endocrine system, I recommend rebounding to anyone with hormone imbalance.

Have you tried rebounding? Could you benefit from it?
Moma♥Thrift

 


 

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