Research and Studies around the Subject of Rebounding

What Exactly Is “The Immune System”?
The Nemours Foundation and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases 28.03.2014
The immune system is the umbrella term for an extremely complex process which involves specialized cells, several major organs and a complicated set of biological procedures designed to rid us of toxins, waste, and to defend us from microscopic biological threats. Below are definitions from two different health resources: KidsHealth.org, which is a part of The Nemours Foundation; a nonprofit organization devoted to improving the health of children, and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which is a associated with the National Institute of Health. Both of these organizations have extensive online information and are worth exploring.
The Benefits of Physical Activity
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 27.03.2014
The quotation below is from a very good article that provides an overview of the health and fitness benefits of exercise. According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Getting to, and staying at, a healthy weight requires both regular physical activity and a healthy eating plan.”
Exercise Improves Mental Abilities
The National Institute of Health 27.03.2014
A study by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and published by the US National Library of Medicine at the National Institute of Health was held “To determine if individuals participating in an evidence-based exercise program to reduce falls would demonstrate improvements in both physical and cognitive performance.”
Strengthening Ankles And Joints Helps Balance
National Osteoporosis Foundation 27.03.2014
The article “Keeping Your Balance” on the National Osteoporosis Foundation website, has some good information and helpful tips on combating balance problems, especially for seniors.
Active Stretching is Best After Warming Up
National Institute of Health 27.03.2014
The National Institute of Health summarized stretching activities in one sentence: “To avoid decrease in strength and performance that may occur in athletes due to static stretching before competition or activity, dynamic stretching is recommended for warm-up.” But what is the difference between "static" and "dynamic" stretching, and does it matter?
Eccentric Exercise and Metabolism
Aaron Bubbico, B.S. and Len Kravitz, PhD 25.03.2014
"Research has found that doing exercise with an eccentric emphasis can acutely and meaningfully raise the resting energy expenditure of both untrained and trained individuals after a total body workout" states Aaron Bubbico, BS, and Len Kravitz, PhD, in their study, "From: “Eccentric Exercie: A Comprehensive Review of a Distinctive Training Method,”.
Active Stretching is Best After Warming Up
National Institute of Health 27.03.2014
The National Institute of Health summarized stretching activities in one sentence: “To avoid decrease in strength and performance that may occur in athletes due to static stretching before competition or activity, dynamic stretching is recommended for warm-up.” But what is the difference between "static" and "dynamic" stretching, and does it matter?