Great Exercise for Healthy Cellular Structures – Rebounding
One of the best exercises a person can do for their overall health, building strong cellular structures, and for stimulating the lymphatic system is Cellercising®, also known as rebounding.
￼Unlike jogging, walking, bicycling, weightlifting, Cellercise® is isotonic, isometric, calisthenic and aerobic all in one!
ISOTONIC: Moving up and down on the Cellerciser® is a full-body weight bearing activity and strengthens muscles, connective tissue, ligaments, and bones.
ISOMETRIC: By altering the angle of the body, specific cells resist “G-Forces.” This tightens, lifts and tones internal organs, muscles, even skin cells.
CALISTHENICS: Different techniques will target every part of the body, including thighs, knees, hips, buttocks, waist, stomach, arms, chin, and intestines.
AEROBIC: For 10 minutes a day, you can challenge every cell in your cardiovascular pulmonary system. You don’t need 20 minutes…cells don’t have watches.
Why is Stimulating the Lymphatic System Important?
A huge benefit of exercise is that it stimulates your second circulatory system, the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system purifies, cleanses, and flushes the body of waste.
The body has more lymph fluid than blood. It delivers nutrients to parts of the body the blood cannot reach. It also houses white blood cells and assists the immune system. It is also responsible for removing excess fluid, dead blood cells, pathogens, cancer cells, acids, and toxins out of the body.
Though the blood system has a pump, the lymphatic system does not. It requires movement in order to stimulate and move lymph fluid.
To emphasize the benefit of moving the lymphatic system, within the lymph fluid are lymphocytes. These are white blood cells, such as T-cells, B-cells, and natural killer cells. These have the ability to eat up toxins and cancer cells. Maximizing their efficiency through proper stimulation of the lymph system can have a major effect in fighting disease.
Rebounding or Cellercising®
One of the best exercises for moving lymphatic fluids, while toning and building muscle, supporting bowel function, improving flexibility, and stimulating and exercising (or oscillating) our 75-100,000 trillion cellular structures, is something called Cellercising®.
It is an exercise that exercises and moves all cells in the body. The importance of moving waste out of the body is not only a function of the bowel, liver, and kidneys, but the excretion system within cells. Rebounding supports internal cleansing and renewing of cells. It increases circulation and is like an internal massage.
What is the difference between a rebounder and a Cellerciser®? The Cellerciser® is a rebounder, but its construction is superior to conventional rebounders. Its design (the springs, frame and bouncing material) prevents damage that often occurs with cheaper made products.
David Hall, founder of Cellercising®, discovered that instead of lifting weight away from gravity, one can increase the weight of gravity and supply it to every single cell of the body – all at the same time. Exercise that applies weight and movement to every cell causes the entire body, its parts and functions, to become stronger, more flexible, and healthier.
David Hall and the Cellerciser® featured on Fresh Living Magazine – see article and video.
How to Purchase the Cellerciser at a Discounted Price – information below.
Cellercising – A Full Workout (A Must Watch):
Exercise that targets, not only every cell in the body, but specifics, such as cellulite and improving intestinal integrity (and so much more!):
Cellercising® flexes cells over 100 times a minute. It’s exercising not only on a muscular level but also on a cellular level, causing muscles to expand and contract, as well as, cells to expand and contract. Cellercising® targets all areas of the body at the same time.
As we Cellercise® the cells get bigger and stronger. At the bottom of the bounce, every cell in the body is stimulated, exercised, and strengthened along with internal organs, veins, capillaries, bones, connective tissue, and skin. It strengthens the bowels and helps improve digestion.
Half the time spent on a Cellerciser®, the body is not being subject to the pull of gravity, thus every cell receives a reverse effect or a positive stress.
Exercise in 10 Minutes – What if in 10 minutes, you could …
I have owned a Cellerciser® for almost 15 years. Rebounding is a key component of the exercise program. I choose a Cellerciser® over other rebounders for several reasons: I was impressed with Dave Hall and what he accomplished by using it, I liked his patented springs which are made in such a way that they adjust somehow (I don’t know the technical ins and outs), so that whether its a 100 or a 300 pound person, the Cellerciser® functions appropriately for one’s weight range. The unit folds up and can be easily transported.
In addition, I recommend purchasing a rebounder with the bar. It can be used to stabilize a person, used to do different exercises, and doesnt get in the way at all, if even you don’t use.
There are other good rebounders on the market. Avoid the cheap ones. A good quality rebounder runs from around $350-$450. Needak is a good brand, and Bellicon is also a popular, though expensive, rebounder.
The Bellicon uses bungee cords instead or springs. Some people like this, but personally when I tried one I didnt care for it, and bouncing on it gave me a headache.
How to Purchase a Rebounder – Discount Available
To purchase a Cellerciser® directly from the company and receive discount: The last time I spoke with their office, they agreed to give a discount. But in order to receive this discount, you must call and ask for Jerry – give Jerry my name, David Cooley, and tell him that I am referring you. 1-800-856-4863 (inside the US) or 435-835-5867 (outside the US).
You can purchase the unit with or without a hand stabilizing bar – I recommend with the bar, it will allow you to maximize various exercises.
Cellercise® Q&A – for all ages
David spent 27 years in the mortgage/real estate business, and currently holds financial life license, but for over 31 years one of his passions has been natural health and prevention of disease. For 31 years he has lived a natural food lifestyle. He is an author, and certified as a health and transformational coach, and plant-based chef. Today his main focus is helping people live balanced lives, within their busy, active, and often chaotic life. He directs and guides people as they personally define and cultivate balance within 8 key categories of their life, for greater meaning, fulfillment, and living purpose-filled: Thought life/Emotions, Spiritual/Faith, Love Relationship, Health/Fitness, Financial , Business/Career, Parenting, and Environment.
To learn more about David, go to Image What Could Be.
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