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Questions and answers about rebounding

  Many of you know all about the benefits of rebounding, ie., improved lymphatic activity leading to greater detoxification and improved circulation. But for those of you who are new to the concept of rebounding, here are some frequently asked questions and answers. But you may ask: "What is rebounding?"  The answer quite simply is that it is using a device (that looks like a mini-trampoline) to perform some gentle bouncing up and down, that in turn stimulates the lymphatic system.  A"work out" can be modified in several ways to accomodate your health concerns. "What is a good amount of time to spend rebounding?"  Five to ten minutes is a good starting point at frequent intervals thru out the day. To rebound up to 20 minutes at a time may start to detoxify organs, such as liver, kidneys, lungs, etc.  You may ask, "How does rebounding work?"  It opens lymphatic capillaries to act as a "pump" to your lymphatic system.  "Why should I do rebounding, especially if I already work out?" Rebounding before a work out for at least ten minutes may promote greater detoxification during the excretion phase of your work out, ie., make sweating more productive. In summary, rebounding provides a gentle, natural way to give a boost to your overall health. If you have any additional questions, please post them here.

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Anonymous on Thursday, March 13, 2014 9:27 AM
If rebounding hurts your back is it beneficial just to bounce very lightly to start out with.
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