When you think of cardio exercises, the usuals come to mind — running, cycling, spinning. But one of the best overall cardio workouts is actually rebounding. And now people in Dartmouth can give this unique, low-impact, aerobic exercise a test drive. Cheryl Denman, owner and fitness coach at Costafit Rebounding, wants people to come experience the countless benefits of this highly effective workout.
“It is so restorative to the body. I have had people come to me worried that they will be really sore after a workout, but this is different. They come back and say they don’t feel anything apart from feeling fantastic, rejuvenated and energized,” she says.
Trainer Fayth Caruso explains the benefits of rebounding on the bellicon® and shows different workout options on WGN TV:
“You can use it at home with the bellicon home platform or visit the bellicon studio in the West of Chicago. It is low-impact, makes really fun and also challenges different parts of the body: The bellicon® trains your balance and coordination, boosts the lymphatic system that's detoxing your body and strengthens the pelvic floor. It's more efficient on the body but easy on the joints. You can get your cardio action going and even a lot of athletes work on the bellicon® to strengthen the core. And because of these bungees instead of springs it's nice and quiet.”
Something remarkable is sailing through the world of fitness. Or in this case, jumped through. The bellicon® has been labeled as the Rolls Royce of the mini-trampolines. Because of the bungee-elastics, your weight is gradually intercepted, this way your joints will not be overburdened. Remy has brought the bellicon® to the Netherlands.
Remy: ‘There are countless of methods to remain fit, but according to modern science, there is a method that is playful, more fun, more effective, easier, and healthier than anything else: rebounding. According to NASA rebounding is the most effective way of exercise.’