Rebounding

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Rebounding involves jumping on a rebounder, which is very similar to a mini-trampoline, but designed specifically for exercise. Repeatedly jumping up and down for 5-10 minutes at a time, at least 5-6 times per day improves both blood and lymph circulation, thereby strengthening the immune system.

 

Our lymph systems provide nutrients to our cells while removing toxins and other waste products. However, lymph system circulation is totally dependent on physical exercise. Lymph fluid travels through vessels that run up the legs, up the arms and up the torso. These vessels are filled with one-way valves, so the lymph fluid always moves in the same direction. The vertical up-and-down movement of rebounding effectively pumps the lymph through these vertical vessels, increasing lymph flow by 15-30 times.

Additional benefits of rebounding include: stronger cells, improved cardiovascular function, stronger immune system, better balance, greater physical strength, flexibility and muscular development.

As with any type of full wellness support, it is important to fully research and form your own opinion on utilizing a rebounder in partnership with a qualified healthcare professional. 

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Vendors

Below is a list of rebounder vendors used by Connect4Hope community members or the people featured in our Stories of Hope. 

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Quality rebounders will have the following features:

  • Lifetime guarantee,

  • 36 high quality springs made from carbon steel #80,

  • A permatron mat guaranteed to last a lifetime,

  • A strong frame that will not bend,

  • Higher quality typically includes a higher price tag.

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