Trampoline Fitness

Trampoline fitness is achieved via rebounding and is best done on David Hall’s Cellerciser®.  Now rebounding is an exercise that applies weight and movement to every cell of the body.  It massages, tones and strengthens all the body organs and their tissues.

Trampoline fitness is one of the best ways to keep yourself healthy and strong.  All 75 trillion cells of the body are flexed at the same time, requiring only 10 minutes a day of your time!

Now you can build your very own trampoline fitness program with the following exercises, as demonstrated by David Hall himself.

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BABY BOUNCE

Gently bouncing up and down creates pressure changes in your body.  It stimulates and circulates blood and oxygen on the cellular level.  Every body part is exercised at the same time. It is isotonic, isometric, calisthenic and aerobic all in one!

The Cellerciser’s® superior spring design allows for smooth acceleration and deceleration of the body. Its heavy duty Permatron® mat allows for better stability and support.

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TWIST

The twisting motion is another good trampoline fitness routine.  It loosens and relaxes your lower back muscles while improving digestion and elimination.

This movement also massages your internal organs such as the liver, the kidneys, the spleen, the gall bladder, the pancreas and the intestines.


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KNEE LIFT

This lower body trampoline fitness exercise is a form of resistance training. It allows your ligaments and the muscles along your vertebrae to stretch gently, which relieves tightness in those areas.

It is also excellent for developing your balance and stability.


 


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THIGHS-BUTTOCKS

This movement involves shifting your weight from one foot to the other, with your knees slightly bent. It tones and strengthens your thighs and buttocks. It is also a good exercise for strengthening your knees.

As you shift your weight from foot to foot, you can lower your right and left shoulders correspondingly. This action loosens and relaxes the muscles alongside your vertebrae.


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THE SIT BOUNCE

This trampoline fitness movement strengthens your stomach, your lower abs, your thighs and your back. It gives your shoulders and your chest a good workout at the same time.

The sit bounce on a Cellerciser® is far more effective than sit-ups done on the floor since your body weight applies additional pressure on your stomach muscles.


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FRONT KICK

This is an advanced exercise that engages, tones and conditions your abdominal muscles. Begin with low kicks.  As you get more confident, kick higher. Kicking higher will work your abdominals even harder as it applies weight to every muscle at over 100 times a minute, giving your core the workout that develops your six-pack abs.

As you strengthen your abs – and your core muscles – so also will you strengthen your lower back muscles.

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BACK KICK

This trampoline fitness routine involves tilting forward slightly and kicking your legs behind you.  It strengthens your lower back muscles and gives your buttocks a lift at the same time.

As you do your back kicks, it is important  that you use the balance bar that comes with your unit. This will give you proper support and keep you safe from accidental falls.

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SIDE KICK

Jog slowly until you have a good rhythm going.  Then alternately kick your legs to each side. To burn more fat in less time, kick higher and higher while at the same time contracting your abdominal muscles.

Kicking out side-to-side helps to strengthen and slim the waist, obliques, hips, buttocks and outer thighs.

It’s a great way to get rid of your love handles!

 

There are a lot of rebounders out there, but there’s only one Cellerciser® that can give you unparalleled overall trampoline fitness.

 

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