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Total Body Exercise For Your Health Sake

Listen, we are all made up of cells, sixty trillions of them. To develop and maintain healthy cells, there are four areas to consider:

  • Cell food
  • Cell Environment
  • Cell Exercise
  • Cell Communication

Correct cellular nutrition must include 50% green earth food; 35% yellow earth food; and 5% red earth food. These foods should preferably organically grown However, the focus of this article is on cell exercise.

Think about it this way, cell exercise is to ensure that every cell in your body is exercised, and this is only possible through one activity. It is not to toil and sweet your way to fitness, rather, it is through rebounding aerobics.

The truth is, this is a non-strenuous exercise system with more benefits than ordinary sports like tennis, or jugging. Surprisingly enough, this twentieth century rebounding aerobic is called “the most efficient form of exercise yet devised by man”.

With each little bounce on the rebounder, sixty trillion cells in your body are moving against the earth’s gravitational pull. Fact is, this interaction strengthens every cell in your body while saving strain on your muscles and joints. The result is better health with less exertion.

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Total Body Exercise

Check this out, a bounding exercise programme many talking about here, not only helps your body to get rid of unhealthy fats and tone muscles, it also protects against cancer, heart disease, and degenerative diseases as well.

The person who does not exercise has a lowered defense system. Ordinary breathing often takes in an over-abundant quality of polluted air, especially if you are living in an industrialized environment.

Rebounding exercise is actually a cellular exercise, not just movement of your skeleton with its various muscular activities in labour, recreation, and sports because it puts gravity to work in your favour. By subjecting each of the sixty trillion cells in your body to greater gravitation pull, waste products are squeezed out and nutrition drawn in.

The cells grow healthier and function more efficiently 

Regular exposure to this exercise places your entire metabolism at the healthiest plateau of activity. This activity also makes cell walls grow stronger from each cell demanding more protein from the body. The thicker protein-packed walls hold off foreign invaders, toxins, poisons and other pollutants more effectively. But that’s not all, far from it.

Here is something else to keep in mind, rebounding exercise by bouncing up and down on the rebound unit, your heart becomes stronger even without increasing its heart rate. Here is the reason why, because as you come down on the rebounding device you put greater gravitational force on the heart muscles. Any muscle automatically adjusts to its environment; in this case, the heart muscle fibres grow in strength.

But that’s just part of the story… all of the muscle layers within arterial walls grow stronger too. And it gets even better, here is another example of rebounding health benefits: Since the veins and lymphatic vessels contain one-way valves comprising a hydraulic pressure system, any up-and-down movement repeatedly opens and closes these valves. And the result is, a natural pumping action ensues.

And, oh yes, let’s not forget that the enhancement of the entire blood circulation and the waste removal system in the body takes place.

Still another health benefit, the cause of varicose veins is eliminated; they tend to fade away.

The trick is this, at the bottom of the bounce, the three forces of acceleration, deceleration, and gravity come together to give you an exercise with singular power to produce a designed effect.

The bottom line is, your result is total physiological enhancement of all sixty trillion cells, tissues organs, and systems in the body.

Astonishing, isn’t it?

Jumping for your health is using gravity to cleanse your system, maximize your vitality and add years to your life! I know you are probably skeptical, right? Here’s what this is all about, believe it or not, rebounding exercise is the best form, the most efficient, most effective form of exercise yet devised by man.

Truly, that’s the best you can do to your body in the form of exercise. On the other hand, the worst you can do is no form of exercise at all.

And you know what?

if you are not bouncing on a rebounding device, but you are doing some form of exercise for your health, you will reap some benefits.

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Total Body Exercise and Benefits of Ordinary Exercise 

The truth be told, active people are keenly aware of personal satisfaction derived from even a partially physical fit body. Physical fitness is a powerful medicine which can decrease risk factors associated with a coronary heart disease.

Ordinary exercise can enhance the ability to exercise and do physical workout as well as increasing enthusiasm and encourages a feeling of well-being.

Most form of exercise help control weight, releases tension and aids relaxation and sleep and encourages positive chances in other lifestyle habits, such as eating and smoking.

Run Then Eat Eating after exercise may help ignite a potent calorie burn. The thermic effect of food, which causes the resting metabolic rate to rev up after munching may get an extra boost in combination with the higher metabolic rate that occurs after a workout.

Here’s something you probably do not know about. If you are hungry, you may have a snack, like a fruit, roughly two hours before workout. This can give you extra energy and alertness during the workout while staving off the hunger monsters until you get home.

If you go too many hours without eating, you are likely to gorge at that post –exercise meal.

Physical Fitness May Slow Alzheimer’s Brain Atrophy 

Now, listen to this carefully, a preliminary study suggests persons who participate in physical fitness, slow down the brain deterioration process. Analysis found that participants who were more physically fit had less brain shrinkage than less-fit participants.

However, they didn’t do significantly better on tests for mental performance.

Now get this, that was a surprise, but maybe the study had too few patients to make an effect show up in the statistical analysis, said Dr. Jeffrey Burns, one of the study’s authors. And that’s not all, he also stressed that the work is only a starting point for exploring whether exercise and physical fitness can slow the progression of Alzheimer’s.

The study can’t prove an effect because the participants were evaluated only once rather than repeatedly over time, he said. But you know what else? While brains shrink with normal aging, the rate is doubled in people with Alzheimer’s, he said.

Do you follow me so far? Burns, who directs the Alzheimer and Memory Program at the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Kansas City, reports the work with colleagues in Tuesday’s issue of the journal Neurology.

Consider this, the study included 57 people with early Alzheimer’s. Their physical fitness was assessed by measuring their peak oxygen demand while on a treadmill, and brain shrinkage was estimated by MRI scans.

Even better, Dr. Sam Gandy, who chairs the medical and scientific advisory council of the Alzheimer’s Association, said the result fits in with previous indications that things people do to protect heart health can also pay off for the brain.

Here’s the deal, at its most basic, exercise is any type of physical exertion we perform in an effort to improve our health, shape our bodies and boost performance. Obviously that covers a broad range of activities and, luckily, there are plenty to go around whether you want to lose weight, get healthy or train for a sport.

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More Benefits of Ordinary Exercise: Frankly, I could (and will) go on and on about all the things exercise can do for you, both physically and mentally. The great thing about it is that you don’t need much to get the benefits. Even just a few minutes a day can improve your health, well-being and help you:

  • Lose weight
  • Reduce stress
  • Relieve symptoms of depression and anxiety
  • Reduce your risk of heart disease and certain types of cancer
  • Boost your mood
  • Give you more energy
  • Help you sleep better
  • Increase bone density
  • Strengthen the heart and lungs
  • Improve your quality of life

Motivating Yourself to Exercise Listen, I’m not kidding around. It’s important to remember that motivation doesn’t just happen. It’s something you make happen each and every day. If you have multiple reasons to exercise, you’ll always have something to get you moving, even when motivation is short. Remember, the hardest part of exercise is getting started…if you can get that far, you’ve won half the battle. Some specific ideas:

  • Remind yourself of your weight loss goals
  • Think of a future event to get ready for (a wedding, a vacation, etc.)
  • Consider how much energy you’ll have to get more things done
  • Imagine how relaxed you’ll feel after a workout
  • Think of your exercise time as the only time you may get to yourself all day
  • Remind yourself how good you’ll feel by following through
  • Promise yourself a reward for completing your workout
  • Think of all the diseases and illnesses your workout could protect you from
  • Remind yourself that this workout is necessary to reach your goal

Lack of Exercise 

You know what? I have never met a healthy person or centenarian that lived a physically inactive life. Believe me, exercise is essential for a healthy metabolism, proper energy circulation, and the expelling of cellular wastes.

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Being overweight and inactive is a surefire path to rapid aging and a host of diseases. Aside from that, one thing’s for sure, cardiovascular exercise is the key to speeding up your metabolism, burning excess calories, and fighting body fat.

Brisk walking, hiking, jogging, swimming, bicycling, stair climbing-the options are endless for cardio health! But here is the most important part, making rebounding aerobic exercise a regular and sustained part of your daily routine will boost your cardiovascular system in the following ways:

  • The red blood cells count as well as the blood hemoglobin will increase
  • The small blood vessels of the skin and muscles open up with more blood flow to these organs
  • The heart stroke volume builds up to its optimum amount, causing more blood to pump with each stroke
  • An increase number of functioning capillaries grows into the cardiac muscle itself, resulting in more oxygen carried to those muscles
  • The opening of existing coronary arteries widen more
  • Elevated blood cholesterol and glyceride levels tend to lower
  • High density lipoproteins that prevent heart attack build up
  • A high blood viscosity that might bring on blood clots is lessened. The blood gets thinner from rebound exercise

Because, believe it or not, exercise for 30 minutes at 60-80% of your MHR (You can find this number by subtracting your age from 220.) Rebounding exercise is also the key to preventing non-insulin-dependent diabetes, which is the fastest growing disease in industrialized countries throughout the world.

Despite what you may have heard, as we get older, we must do everything possible to resist the urge to slow down our lives’ tempo.

Complacency can KILL!

And a lack of desire to exercise is a form of complacency. Your well-exercised body will hold onto its flexibility and tone for all of your years if you’ll use it and not let it corrode from non-movement.

Make no mistake, you can stave off rapid aging to your muscles, joints, and tendons by practicing rebounding exercises that extend your range of motion. Also, don’t forget when you are exercising to always warm up and cool down properly to avoid injury.

However, it is difficult, near impossible to be injured on a rebounder, unless you lose your balance and fall. Finally, I want to stress, exercising regularly by simply bouncing on your rebounding gadget can make your real age as much as 12 years younger.

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