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Moving Heals

Highlights from Dr. Joan Vernikos’ book, “Sitting Kills, Moving Heals”

Sitting Kills, Moving Heals Watch on YouTube.com
Dr. Mercola Interviews Joan Vernikos, Ph. D.Watch YouTube.com

Rebounding: Good for the Lymph System

The body has a built-in need for activation. The lymph system, for example, bathes every cell, carrying nutrients to the cell and waste products away. Yet the lymph is totally dependent on physical exercise to move. Without adequate movement, the cells are left stewing in their own waste products and starving for nutrients, a situation that contributes to arthritis, cancer and other degenerative diseases. Vigorous exercise such as rebounding jumping on a therapeutic mini-trampoline] is reported to increase lymph flow by 15 to 30 times. Also, bones become stronger with exercise.

 

Vertical motion workouts such as rebounding are much different and much more beneficial and efficient than horizontal motion workouts, such as jogging or running. The lymph fluid moves through channels called “vessels” that are filled with one-way valves, so it always moves in the same direction. The main lymph vessels run up the legs, up the arms and up the torso. This is why the vertical up-and-down movement of rebounding is so effective to pump the lymph.

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Sept, 2020

MUSCLE MATTERS

Muscles are the major source of stability for the back and spine. Muscles prevent injury by controlling spinal motion within its SAFETY ZONE. AEROBIC EXERCISE isn't enough; strength training burns FAT, builds MUSCLE and prevents age muscle loss.

FIBROMYALGIA

REBOUNDING: Fibromyalgia may be associated with changes in muscle metabolism, such as decreased blood flow, causing fatigue and decreased strength. Studies have shown that aerobic exercise, such as swimming and walking, improves muscle fitness and reduce

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Great Testimonial Senior Rebounding

Vern ,

I just wanted to say thank you for introducing us to your rebounder frame combination. I find that it is much more productive than my elliptical because it is not the same boring, monotonous pedaling.

On the rebounder frame combo I can do a multitude of other movements, kicks, side movements, etc. etc. and still get my heart rate up there for endurance. So I’m impressed.

Thanks for the instruction sheet. My simple mind never got it straight without that help. The only thing, which is minor, I didn’t get on the 4th clamp. The nut was welded on a little off center so the threads can pass through the treads but then not get through the other metal. It looks metric so I will tap it through when I find a metric tap or maybe just do a switch with standard threads.

 

Not a real problem since it works just fine without it.

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Sept, 2020

Moving Heals

Highlights from Dr. Joan Vernikos’ book, “Sitting Kills, Moving Heals”

Sitting Kills, Moving Heals Watch on YouTube.com
Dr. Mercola Interviews Joan Vernikos, Ph. D.Watch YouTube.com

Rebounding: Good for the Lymph System

The body has a built-in need for activation. The lymph system, for example, bathes every cell, carrying nutrients to the cell and waste products away. Yet the lymph is totally dependent on physical exercise to move. Without adequate movement, the cells are left stewing in their own waste products and starving for nutrients, a situation that contributes to arthritis, cancer and other degenerative diseases. Vigorous exercise such as rebounding jumping on a therapeutic mini-trampoline] is reported to increase lymph flow by 15 to 30 times. Also, bones become stronger with exercise.

 

Vertical motion workouts such as rebounding are much different and much more beneficial and efficient than horizontal motion workouts, such as jogging or running. The lymph fluid moves through channels called “vessels” that are filled with one-way valves, so it always moves in the same direction. The main lymph vessels run up the legs, up the arms and up the torso. This is why the vertical up-and-down movement of rebounding is so effective to pump the lymph.

health.png

Sept, 2020

MUSCLE MATTERS

Muscles are the major source of stability for the back and spine. Muscles prevent injury by controlling spinal motion within its SAFETY ZONE. AEROBIC EXERCISE isn't enough; strength training burns FAT, builds MUSCLE and prevents age muscle loss.

FIBROMYALGIA

REBOUNDING: Fibromyalgia may be associated with changes in muscle metabolism, such as decreased blood flow, causing fatigue and decreased strength. Studies have shown that aerobic exercise, such as swimming and walking, improves muscle fitness and reduces muscle pain and tenderness. Rebounding for Fitness is a whole body exercise system. Vertical motion workouts are much different and much more beneficial and efficient than motion workouts, like running.

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Sept, 2020

Great Testimonial Senior Rebounding

Vern , I just wanted to say thank you for introducing us to your rebounder/frame combination. I find that it is much more productive than my elliptical because it is not the same boring, monotonous pedaling. On the rebounder/frame combo I can do a multitude of other movements, kicks, side movements, etc. etc. and still get my heart rate up there for endurance. So I’m impressed.

Thanks for the instruction sheet. My simple mind never got it straight without that help. The only thing, which is minor, I didn’t get on the 4th clamp. The nut was welded on a little off center so the threads can pass through the treads but then not get through the other metal. It looks metric so I will tap it through when I find a metric tap or maybe just do a switch with standard threads. Not a real problem since it works just fine without it.

My one son uses the elliptical with his major weight problem going from 400 lbs. down to 240, then back up and quite a bit, then down. So I might just get him one of your rigs for Christmas if you are still selling them. I will check your website after I have him look there.

So thanks so much Vern, you are much appreciated.