Rebounding Improves Thyroid Function
So those of you who have followed me for awhile will know I LOVE my rebounder and wouldn't be without it!
My mum purchased one back in the 80's when they first came out - back then they were called lymphasisers because essentially they move your lymphatic fluid so that it doesn't stagnate.
Rebounding or mini trampolining is fantastic for health in general and has been studied and used by NASA for rebuilding muscle loss for their astronauts.
This is what they say about it:
🚀 Moves lymphatic fluid around the body
🚀 Is a cellular exercise not just muscular or aerobic
🚀Improves muscle strength even when incapacitated
🚀Exercises our organs
🚀Reduces loose skin (because it is cellular)
🚀Is easier on the joints then regular exercise.
🚀Elderly and disabled people can still benefit by sitting on the mat while someone gently bounces behind them.
I personally just love everything about them. It's my favourite way to exercise. I keep mine in my bedroom and I watch the morning news while bouncing. Wakes me up quicker than coffee (which gives me anxiety anyways) and is actually fun.
I have always purchased the rebounders from the sporting goods store over the years which are around $100 AUD, but have had my eye on the Rolls Royce of Rebounders - The Bellicon.
So I diligently put away the money for one of these bad boys for the last year or so (since it was a complete luxury) and finally a couple of weeks ago it arrived!
Wow! Wow! Wow!
I now understand the difference in price, quality and user fun levels ☺️
I will post in the comments a picture of my new bellicon rebounder beside my old one so that you can see the difference.
Let me say though, I could bounce easily on my old one for 30-40 mins. On the new one, I was absolutely exhausted after 10 mins!! So it clearly works you a lot harder. But I love it! And can't believe it took me all this time to justify buying one!
Do any of you bounce?? (And your kids tramp works just as well 😉)
Love & Bouncy Hugs