Cellercise® – Health/Exercise objectives for 2020

Cellercise® – Health/Exercise objectives for 2020

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Monday January 6, 2020.

What are your objectives for this year?

Post a few to inspire others and to support each other on our path to a better YOU!

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Questions answered this week:
• What bounces would help with mild Parkinson diagnosis?
• Can you Jamba run without the bar?
• Tips for Seniors getting on and off safely
• Haglunds Deformity – What can help?
• Why people get dizzy, nauseous or uneasy feeling when first jumping?
• Is Cellercising beneficial after a total knee replacement & how long after surgery should I wait before starting up?
• If you are strong enough to keep proper form and keep knees from pronating, any harm in jumping on just one leg during parts of workout?
• I get knee pain when I do the Jamba run. Why? What can I do?
• If I don’t have a bar, what can I do?
• What specific exercises are good for poor circulation in hands? Also cold hands and cold feet?
• I badly sprained my ankle on November 15. So I need to rehab now that the swelling is almost gone. Still feeling pain and some throbbing when I’ve been on it for too long. Any thoughts?
• Will there be any muscle exercises available in the app?
• Will Cellercising help cholesterol/triglycerides?
• Dave Hall talked about health objectives and staying motivated.

Before beginning any exercise routine, you should consult with your Doctor. The Cellerciser helps expose weaknesses, so if you feel pain or discomfort while using the Cellerciser, consult with your Doctor. Your Doctor may also give Dave Hall a call for various Cellercise techniques that they may consider. You may also give Dave Hall a call and he can share with you techniques that you can consult with your Doctor on. The DVD, “Cellercise…the Ultimate Exercise!” personal trainer section may also be referenced by your Doctor. Dave Hall has 30 years experience working with doctors and health practitioners and is happy to consult with yours. We want you to have a growing and healthful experience.

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7 Comments

  1. For as much as we pay for the cellerciser I wish the app was at least partially free and charge for more advanced training. Think about it. Please.

  2. I replaced my Rebound Air with a Cellerciser. I use it every day. Since my early twenties (just turned 50) I would throw my back out about once every 12 to 18 months- like a pinched nerve from moving slightly the wrong way — eg, while vacuuming and leaning a little awkwardly. Since I started rebounding 5 years ago I have not had any back problems. I literally feel my core and muscle strength stabilizing my movements when I lean over, etc. I’ve also influenced a number of other people to purchase not just a rebounder, but a Cellerciser. It’s the #1 (and only) piece of exercise equipment, hands down. Funny, though, it’s very rare to find a rebounder in a commercial gym; perhaps there are liability issues that make it expensive to put out on the floor. Thanks and Happy New Year!

  3. I’ve had my cellerciser for a year and I cannot say enough about the benefits it provides. I have osteopenia and I can have a very intense workout without worrying about injuring my joints. I have seen an improvement in my endurance since the very beginning. I use my cellerciser 6 days a week and have no intentions of stopping.

  4. I’m excited to get my lymphatic system flowing freely, and become more toned as well. I’m working on putting together some demonstrations here were I live on Kauai. I totally believe in rebounding being the best exercise for everyone! So I would like to share your mission in spreading the facts of benefits plus common it’s more fun than any other exercise out there. Aloha

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