Rebounding For Health

Why is rebounding called the best all around exercise? We'll cover the benefits of rebounding as well as review rebounding equipment to help you decide which is best for you.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Back, Knee or Joint Pain? Try Rebounding

I often get asked if rebounding is good for those that have back pain.

Well, health practitioners seem to agree, the rebounder is -great- for those with back, joint, leg, ankle, knee or flexibility problems:

" The mini-trampoline (rebounder) provides a convenient form of exercise with a major advantage being its apparent low level of trauma to the muscloskeletal system."
Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation 1990: 10; 401-408
" Chiropractors all over the nation love it. Finally they have found the right exercise for patients with bad back, knee and ankle problems."
Dr Morton Walker D.P.M
" Undoubtedly the most complete and efficient training activity known for building co-ordination, stamina, agility, balance, rhythm, strength, endurance, and overall physical fitness without the usual trauma associated with other forms of vigorous exercise."
Dr. Alfhild Akselsen (Ph.D)

Rebounding can be a great part of your daily activities. Mix it up and add a variety of physical activity, including rebounding, into your life and see and feel the benefits.

To your best health!