Archive for the Rebounding Category


Rebounding and Osteoporosis

From the desk of Al Carter: Osteoporosis is the medical term used to describe holy bones. Osteo = bone, porosis = contains pores. All human bones contain holes, so osteoporosis is a relative term usually meaning more and bigger holes or pores than is desirable. Actually, osteoporosis is the decalcification of bones to the point […]

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Do Your Cells Need Exercise?

HERE'S ONE OF MY FAVORITE FORMS OF EXERCISE!  NO NEED TO POUND THE PAVEMENT WHEN YOU HAVE A REBOUNDER!  IT IS EASY ON THE JOINTS AND FUN TO DO!  DONNA By: Albert E. Carter Nobody ever questions that exercise helps to strengthen the striated muscles, the skeletal muscles also known as the voluntary muscles. Health […]

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Your Lymphatic System – a vital system of the body.

By: Albert E. Carter The lymphatic system is interactive with every organ and is directly related to the immune function and efficiency. It is a protector and a defense mechanism against infection, viruses, bacteria, fungi and disease. It is comprised of fluid, vessels, ducts and various other organs and structures. It clears toxins, wastes, excess […]

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33 Ways the Body Responds to Rebounding!

By Dr. Morton Walker and Albert E. Carter There are at least 33 fascinating ways the body responds to regular rebounding:  Rebounding provides an increased G-force (gravitational load), which strengthens the musculoskeletal systems. 2.       Rebounding protects the joints from the chronic fatigue and impact delivered by exercising on hard surfaces. 3.       Rebounding helps manage body […]

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Why Rebound Exercise is So Great!

Just ten minutes of a high energy workout on your rebounder will provide you with approximately the same benefits that you would receive from jogging on the road for THIRTY minutes – minus the jarring effects to your nervous and skeletal systems.  Rebounding is a NON-IMPACT aerobic form of exercise. Rebounding provides the benefits of […]

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