Keep moving – avoid lymphatic congestion...
An active lymphatic system ensures that the waste products in our cells are removed. In addition, the lymph also hosts our white blood cells, which are important for an active immune system.
In contrast to blood circulation, which is set in motion by the heart, the lymphatic system needs specific muscles to function. If we don’t get enough exercise, for example due to long periods of sitting, lymphatic flow becomes inactive. This can cause thrombosis and lead to water retention or lymphatic congestion. If lymph fluid enters interstitial space (interstitium), lymphedema can develop, or the affected area of the body can become swollen.
Good reasons for bellicon training:
Activating lymphatic flow
Thanks to gravitational changes created when rebounding on the bellicon mini-trampoline, gentle bouncing is enough to stimulate lymphatic flow and accelerate the delivery of nutrients and removal of waste products.
By activating the lymphatic system, bacterial, viral and metabolic filtration processes are accelerated.
A higher quality of life with trampoline training.
By increasing lymph flow, you can prevent lymphedema or improve symptoms that already exist. Sensitivity and pain can also be relieved. Regular exercise is good for your health and improves your general well-being.
These include apples, bananas, broccoli, peppers and potatoes. They help the body purify and detoxify its waste products.
A diet that’s too fatty makes you feel sluggish, and also means more work for your body when it comes to detoxifying waste.
Just 10 minutes a day will improve your well-being and fitness level in the long run.
Our unique, mini-trampoline suspension system lets you exercise in a way that's gentle on your body
You can achieve quick results regarding your fitness, stamina and posture with just a few minutes a day. You can use your lunch break, folding laundry or your favorite TV show as an opportunity to work out
The relaxed bouncing motion is fun, and releases a full dose of endorphins, which can help you relieve stress in the long term
Even gentle exercises are enough to get your lymph flow going