Rebounding – The Best Exercise in the World

Heal Your Body With Rebounding

Rebounding is an ideal exercise for almost anyone of any age.  Not only does it help keep a person in shape, it also has remarkable health benefits. You have probably noticed how children love to bounce up and down.  They do this instinctively because it is good for their body. Rebounding stimulates the lymphatic system. This system is a series of vessels with one-way valves.  It moves in one direction only, bathing the cells, carrying nutrition to them, and waste products away.   You might call it the garbage disposal system in your body. A poorly functioning lymphatic system can contribute to arthritis, cancer and other degenerative diseases.

Anti-Aging Benefits

Eyesight – The motion of rebounding helps move the cerebral-spinal fluid and people often notice an improvement in eyesight because of the increased flow of aqueous (water) fluid within the eyes.

Heart – Rebounding improves  blood circulation in the body.  It strengthens the heart and helps to rehabilitate heart issues such as high blood pressure and the hardening of the arteries.

Muscles – As we age our muscles atrophy (degenerate, decline, waste away).  The less we use them, the more they age. It is very important that a person of any age continues to be active.  Because rebounding does not hurt the joints, it can be done by almost anyone who can walk. Bones – Rebounding can improve bone density.  Astronauts who have been in space lose bone density due to the lack of gravity. NASA has the astronauts rebound when they return to restore their bone density.

Detoxification – In order to have a healthy, youthful body we need to have toxins removed efficiently.  Because rebounding stimulates the lymphatic or “garbage removal” system, it greatly improves the removal of toxins from the body.  It also improves oxygen circulation which is also very important for detoxification.

Other Benefits

Fat Reduction – Regular rebounding reduces body fat and firms the legs, abdomen, thighs, arms and hips.  It also improves the efficiency with which the body burns carbohydrates.  Some people may even notice a reduction in cellulite.

20 minutes of rebounding = 1 hour of running or any cardiovascular workout

Immune System – Rebounding stimulates all internal organs.  It improves the strength of the cells in the body.  When the immune cells are strengthened, they are more able to remove the infectious viruses, heavy metals and bacteria from the body. Rebounding may be the perfect exercise to keep in shape and improve your health.  Try it and see what you think.

To your Health!

Peter Gillham

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