Expert Testimonials

Not only our clients, but also many experts with the most diverse specialisations are so convinced by the bellicon® that we are permitted to use them as a reference. This makes us proud and might answer one or the other question you have for us.

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This miracle product can fit any age group
By Dr. Jean-Paul Pianta, Chiropractic Center Hannover
“The bellicon® is in my eyes the best possible product to exercise capable. It allows to escape the negative effects of gravity encountered on walking or running. This miracle product can fit any age group. It provides movement, stimulate mobility for all structures of the body and as logical consequences plays a positive role against premature aging, stiffness and slows down degenerative changes. All together regular use of the bellicon provide movement, stimulate mobility for all structures of the body and as logical consequences plays a positive role against premature aging, stiffness and slows down degenerative changes. We highly recommend the bellicon®.”
A perfect exercise device for the overweight
Dr. Hans H. Langer, chairman of the Niedersachsen Gymnastics Federation (NTB) for sports health
“The bellicon® is an ideal exercise device for the overweight, who can walk and jump on the devices without damaging their joints, as well as for the elderly or users with movement restrictions like for example muscle weakness or back problems. We use these rebounders to do sport with the overweight, especially children, who despite their excess weight are finally able to move freely. It is especially effective with music, as this takes their mind off the cardiovascular impact and thus allows for playful practice. Using the bellicon® rebounders for ski exercises is equally effective. The muscles typically used for skiing can be stimulated and jumps can be performed without putting pressure on the back.”
Jumping – an inherent strength
Christiane Seiler, occupational therapist and lecturer
“Hypotonic children don’t like skipping, and flexibility and rhythm are not present. As children with muscle hypotonia don’t bend their knees but stretch them, skipping becomes stiff, powerless, cumbersome and stomping. Skipping on the ground feels labored and is not kept up for very long. These children need incentives to skip. The best support comes from flexible trampolines. Be aware when purchasing a trampoline: the flexibility of the suspension determines the quality of the trampoline. Hard suspensions are unsuitable for children as their low body weight prevents them from reaching a high enough swing amplitude whilst bouncing.”