With a workout you love, one that does this much for your fitness and health, how will you ever be the same?
Rebounding is a unique form of exercise that uses the muscular engagement and gravitational changes produced by bouncing to provide an unmatched full-body workout.
Why is bouncing so effective? Because our body thrives on the kind of gravitational changes it produces. And it's not just our fitness that benefits, but also the multitude of systems in our body that maintain our health and wellbeing.
WHY ARE SO MANY PEOPLE OUT OF SHAPE AND OVERWEIGHT?
If you think about it, the answer is simple: our body was designed for a lifestyle that doesn't exist anymore...and our body knows it.
Just 100 years ago, nobody spent hours in front of a tv or computer screen; today, everybody does. People were much more active in the past! And when you go back another 5,000 years, days were spent following herds, gathering food, plowing, mending, feeding...always on our feet, which is why archeological sites from that period never unearth office chairs. Though a lot has changed since then, our bodies haven't, so they need just as much physical engagement as our ancestors did to stay healthy and strong.
Our bodies require interaction with gravity to function efficiently. Like cars, which need to be driven regularly to maintain the engine's health and prevent breakdowns, our bodies need to be active to keep the pistons firing and the fluids flowing. If the human body came with an owner's manual, the following disclaimer would be on the first page:
WARNING: FAILURE TO PROVIDE THIS BODY WITH DAILY EXERCISE VOIDS THE WARRANTY!
Losing muscle tone, flexibility, and endurance from lack of exercise is one thing, but what's even more troubling is what it does to our health. When we don't get our daily dose of exercise, our hearts weaken, our digestion slows, our bones become brittle, our immune system is compromised, and our metabolism goes into hibernation mode instead of generating energy.
Unfortunately, many people know that their lack of exercise could have dire repercussions on their lives but haven't found a reliable option that they enjoy enough to make into a habit.
GOOD NEWS: THE SIMPLEST SOLUTION IS ALSO THE MOST EFFECTIVE
Rebounding is naturally fun, can be done indoors or out, can provide very gentle or highly intense workouts as desired, and can be enjoyed by just about anyone. Not to mention that it's also the most benefit-rich exercise you can do.
Rebounding also combines an extraordinary array of fitness and health benefits, like the ability to burn fat and increase cardio fitness faster than running, improving balance and proprioception (2), strengthening bones (3), and improving the quality of life (4). In fact, rebounding's benefits are so pervasive that medical researchers have taken notice, discovering it potential in the fight against conditions as diverse at diabetes (5), Parkinson's Disease (6), and helping fighter pilots reduce neck strain (7).
THE BELLICON HAS TAKEN THE WORLD'S BEST EXERCISE AND MADE IT EVEN BETTER
For seventeen years, bellicon has been perfecting rebounding performance, which is why it continues to be the world standard of excellence. The bellicon's patented suspension and custom-formulated bungees produce a smoother, deeper, more enjoyable bounce that, most importantly, provides significantly better fitness and health benefits than other mini-trampolines. There's just nothing else like it.
The unique bellicon rebounder is the perfect combination of extraordinary benefits, convenience, and fun.
And that's better than a game-changer. It's a life-changer.
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2. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 2011 Jun;21(3):512-8
3. Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand, 2015 Sep;98 Suppl 8:S58-64.
4. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 2018 March;58(3):287-94
5. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 2016 Jan 20.
6. International Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2019; 10: 131.
7. Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine, 2006; 77:20–25.