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57 Years Old, 100lbs Down | How Rebounding Gave This Woman Her Life Back
First For Women Magazine 01.06.2018
In 10 months, Heidi lost 100lbs by using her bellicon 7 times a week and changing her diet. She went to her annual check-up and showed her doctor her logged blood pressure from two weeks prior – her blood pressure had dropped significantly. Her doctor was amazed. On that same day, he took Heidi off of the 2 different types of blood pressure medicine that she had been taking for almost an entire decade.
Good versus Bad Exercise Pain
bellicon Training 13.07.2015
ARE YOU SORE OR IS IT SOMETHING MORE? Exercise is a healthy habit to establish but for those new to exercising or starting a new routine, it may be difficult to determine if the resulting soreness is part of the normal spectrum of pain or whether it is a symptom of injury.
Men’s Health Week
bellicon USA 15.07.2015
Men´s Health Week is from June 15 through the 21st this year and now more than ever is an important time to be discussing healthy male lifestyles and being proactive. As stated by Bill Richardson (Congressman),“Recognizing and preventing men’s health problems is not just a man’s issue. Because of its impact on wives, mothers, daughters, and sisters, men’s health is truly a family issue.”
The Benefits of Rebounding
bellicon USA 15.04.2015
Bouncing around might be fun, but it won't give you an effective workout, right? Wrong! Exercising on a trampoline provides plenty of smiles while giving you a great workout at the same time. The bellicon trampoline takes the benefits of a rebounder to the next level to give you one of the best trampoline workouts you can achieve.
Stressing the Childhood Obesity Issue
bellicon USA 03.02.2015
Childhood obesity is one of the leading health concerns in the United States. While many experts suggest regular exercise, the reality is that kids want to have fun, and traditional exercises like running, sit ups, and weight training don't fit the bill.
Lack Of Exercise Is Deadlier Than Obesity
bellicon USA 19.01.2015
If you’ve been looking for ways to convince friends or loved ones who are physically inactive to start exercising, the shocking results of a new study by Cambridge University might help: lack of exercise is twice as deadly as obesity.