Excersise & Rebounding

“Those who think they have not time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness”  Earl of Derby (1873)

One of the primary advantages of exercise is to increase your body’s oxygen supply, helps more your lymph through it channels, which has no pump, and thereby detoxifies and eliminates toxins from your body. Exercise reduces stress, anxiety and depression by releasing the ‘feel good’ hormones from your brain.

Ideally you should walk 10,000 steps per day = 3.5 miles. A brisk walk of 30 to 40 minutes, 3 to 4 times a week is even better.

Using a Rebounder at home is not only the most efficient and effective form of exercise, it is fun and only takes a few minutes a day.

A Rebounder helps circulation. Increases mobility. Aids weight loss. Relieves pain. Reduces stress and tension. Stimulates metabolism. Boosts the lymphatic immune system. Improves eye-sight. Helps build new energy. Revitalises your life.

The most efficient means of exercise is on a Rebounder, which is smaller and stiffer than a trampoline. You can rebound even if you are confined to a wheelchair. It is also very good if you have had injuries, or suffer from arthritis, rheumatism, asthma, ME, diabetes, Multiple Sclerosis, cystic fibrosis, Parkinson’s disease, heart complaints and depression. By rebounding you increase gravity by 25% both on the down and the up movement, revitalising your thymus (so you produce more T-cells to protect your body), lymph system (which has no pump) and help to dispose of toxins from your body.

Six minutes on a Rebounder is equivalent to walking 3 miles. 10 minutes is equal to jogging for 30 minutes and you do not have to change into running gear, put up with bad weather and a 40% chance of damaging your knees.

Many fit people over 90 rebound 10 minutes every day.

You can lose 300 calories in 6 minutes. It is the exercise you are most likely to keep up as it is fun and you can enjoy the exercises to music or watching TV.

Heart diseases
Research in USA on men aged between 71 and 93 showed for each mile they walked each day they reduced the risk of heart disease by 30%. So 6 minutes exercise on a Rebounder per day should greatly reduce risk of heart disease. Excellent for increasing your heartbeat on a regular basis.

Cycling, Running & Rowing Machines
How long did you keep it up on such expensive machines? Got bored? A Rebounder is much cheaper, so you can have one at home for the whole family to enjoy – a far more efficient and quicker way to exercise the whole body.

Right Equipment
Even fit people can end up with aches and pains from using the wrong equipment. The PT Rebounder is the only Rebounder recommended by BBC Watchdog Health check and AFTA. Built to professional specification and is the very best Rebounder available. The PT Rebounder is not springy. It has a firm self-centering mat, which will give you a feeling of security. With 9″ legs the PT Rebounder will stand on its side, when not in use and its special rubber feet protect your carpet.

Support Bar (extra) provides support and confidence for the injured, the infirm, the elderly and the handicapped. Also useful for people with impaired sight.

Body Mass Index (BMI)
To find your right weight for your height you need to measure your BMI, 19 to 25 is normal, 25 to 30 is overweight, 30 and over is obese. Under 18 is too thin.

If you want to loose weight don’t make the mistake of drastically cutting calories over long periods. Within 3 hours your body will be in ‘starvation mode’ and your body will start storing fat.

Diameter 120 cm (40″).
Net Weight 8.5 kg.
Max Load: 140 kg (22 stones).