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How do Rebounding WORKOUTS on mini trampolines tap the G force for fitness?
Everybody on earth lives in its
constant gravitational pull. From birth, all physical development depends on the
fact that we must oppose the force of gravity to develop strength.
Since Isaac Newton was compelled
by a falling apple to investigate the forces of gravity, a few more solid
deductions have been made about this powerful universal force.
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on Mini trampolines loads Extra G-Force into your body, which Strengthens Cells
Our relationship with gravity
continually influences our growth and movement. By challenging the force of gravity as a
baby - at first lifting your head, then sitting, standing, bouncing, crawling,
walking, running, jumping and moving against gravity in a number of ways, your
body becomes stronger.
Three forces affect your whole body with mini trampoline rebounder
exercise workouts. The forces of gravity, acceleration and deceleration are
lined up to impose a rhythmical vibration on all cells.
Your body recognizes
these forces as one combined force.
Gravity, one of the four fundamental
forces of the universe, continually influences your posture and health.
Poor relationships with gravity are
responsible for many cases of spinal compression, impaired circulation, disc
degeneration and a diminished functioning of glands, tissues and cells.
When exploring outer space, astronauts
are faced with the effects of zero gravity, weakening tissues and bones, due to
lack of stress on body cells.
NASA carried out the first ever research
into using a mini trampoline, to conclude that rebounding exercises provide a more effective and
efficient form of exercise than jogging
The measure of the force of gravity affecting your body
at rest is 1G. Speedy motion in the horizontal plane or a change of direction in
a vertical plane increases the G-force acting on the body.
Rebounding on a mini trampoline enables you to make the
most of the additional G-Force values, combining the additional forces of
acceleration and deceleration in the vertical plane, without shock or stress
impact loading on your body.
At the top of each bounce when rebounding on mini trampolines
The force of gravity, known as the
G-force, is non-existent at the top of the bounce when you are rebounding on mini trampolines Your body momentarily experiences total
weightlessness, like an astronaut in space - even when you are gently pulsing.
When you depress the mini trampoline mat rebounding down into maT
The pull of the G-force
is increased 2/3 times that which you usually experience.
This rhythmical motion, when rebounding approximately 100 times per minute,
places all cells, from the tiniest cell to the largest bone, under consistent
rhythmical pressure, stimulating remarkable effects - detoxifying, nourishing,
and strengthening all body cells simultaneously.
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Rebounding exercise leaves you lighter in
spirit - fresher in mind - stronger in body!
testimonies I receive from around the world confirm my enthusiasm. People
constantly express surprise that when they are including rebound exercise in
their daily schedules they feel so much stronger, for so little effort.
People find exercising on rebounders is kind to joints, challenging yet relaxing for their minds, and calming yet uplifting for
Rebounding on a mini trampoline helps you
harness the G-force to build healthy cells!
For similar levels of heart
rate and oxygen consumption, the magnitude of the biomechanical stimuli is
greater with jumping on a trampoline than with running, a finding that might
help identify acceleration parameters needed for the design of remedial
procedures to avert de-conditioning in persons exposed to weightlessness,"
NASA Journal of Applied Physiology 49(5)
Furthermore, research revealed that
rebounding on a mini-trampoline offers the perfect G-Force measurements for
training. Just ten minutes of bouncing on a
rebounder is equivalent, in effect, to 30 minutes of jogging.
Distributes the G Force Equally throughout your Whole
addition, G-Force measured at your ankles, back and forehead is
almost equally distributed when rebounding, compared to floor exercise or
jogging, where your ankle joints take nearly twice the impact of your lower back
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