The Rebounder - Let's get moving 2019

Have you ever considered that exercise is caring for yourself and others? Its true. It is not a selfish act. You take care of your car, so shouldn't you give your body a regular tune up as well? Its been scientifically proven that exercise reduces stress, enhances the body's ability to fight disease, and even alleviates symptoms of depression. Your body is a beautiful instrument created by God. We were designed to be physically active on a regular basis. Consider what the Bible says in Genesis 2:15, “And the Lord God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.” But what if you are not gardening? You can stay active by jogging, walking, hiking, bicycling, doing calisthenics, working with kettlebells, or even bouncing on a rebounder. If you've never heard of a rebounder, consider it's other name, a mini trampoline. Still unsure? To be more specific, its a round-shaped flat platform approximately 39-49 inches in diameter and elastically leveraged to provide low impact circulation. Rebounding is a great way to burn calories, tone and strengthen muscles, and have fun at the same time! Its no wonder the kids love to jump up and down on their beds! Rebounding benefits the lymphatic system's circulation by stimulating the millions of one-way valves. This stimulation aids in detoxification of the body. That's something that pushups can't do. Rebounding offers relief from neck and back pains, headaches ,and other pain caused by lack of exercise. How so, you may ask? With improved circulation comes improved health. The life of the body is in the blood. Rebounding also helps with body alignment and posture. With regular use, rebounding trains your body to be upright instead of hunched. The bouncing activates the core muscles of the body by causing them to contract. This contraction will tone and strengthen your midsection. More benefits are that it enhances digestion and elimination processes. In other words, bowel movements become more regular. It allows for deeper and easier relaxation and sleep. Rebounding curtails fatigue and decreases menstrual discomfort. If you are battling fatigue, rebounding will help increase your energy levels. Doctors Morton Walker and Albert Carter's study on rebounding shows that it also can minimize the number of colds, allergies, digestive disturbances and abdominal problems that people suffer from. It slows down atrophy (muscle deterioration) in the aging process. Rebounding stimulates metabolism, which aids in keeping extra pounds away. Rebounding improves the brain’s responsiveness to the vestibular apparatus within the inner ear, which helps improve balance and coordination. And best of all, rebounding is enjoyable! And finally, there are numerous conveniences to rebounding. If you don’t like to go to the gym, you can exercise at home on your rebounder in your socks if you want to. If the weather is not fit for outdoor recreation, you can easily rebound indoors. Do you work from home? The rebounder is waiting for you in the next room or on the patio when you need a mental break! We hope this article helped inform you of the benefits of exercise, especially for rebounding. Feel free to visit the following websites which discuss the positive effects of rebounding. References for this article include: and STAY IN TOUCH: Hit the SUBSCRIBE button WEBSITE: STORE: FACEBOOK:   / lsretreat   DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, we’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and me making more great videos. Thanks for your support


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