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Rebounding has been mentioned on numerous occasions here on the Forum.  Many of us rebound on a regular basis.  I thought I'd just start a thread on the subject so that those of us who have benefitted from it can share our experiences, our favorite brands, tips on using, benefits that we've read about or noticed in our own bodies.  

And those of you who are interested in trying it, or who have never heard of it, this is a good place to ask questions.

In brief, Rebounders are little trampolines.  They range in price from around $40 to several hundred dollars.  If you want to do a Google search, try entering such topics as this:
Rebounding lymphatic system
benefits rebounding
rebounders health benefits

There are many ways to use a rebounder:
 
Strong and fit people like to jump on it, and exercise while jumping.  For example, practicing boxing punches while jumping, or doing other arm exercises while jumping.  Jumping (with feet leaving the surface of the mat) is only one way to use a Rebounder, and should only be done on a more expensive (strongly built) one.  And the person needs to be very steady, strong, and have good balance (or use one with a bar).

It can be used as an aerobic exercise, either trotting, jogging or jumping on the surface for an extended period of time, either monitering heart rate, or not.

One of my favorite ways to use my rebounder is Health Bouncing.  With this method, your feet don't need to leave the surface of the mat.  The emphasis is on bouncing, not jumping.  The motion is continued by alternately bending first one knee, then the other.  The heels can leave the mat, or not, but the toes do not.  A wonderful bouncing rhythm can be established that exercises the cells of the body and stimulates the movement of the lymphatic system.  Benefit to the lymphatic system is the health benefit that makes the Rebounder so valuable and unique.

This Health Bouncing technique is practiced frequently throughout the day, for a period of from 1 minute to 5 minutes, ideally on an empty stomach.  In a short period of time, benefits are noticed, including greater energy, sounder sleep, firmer muscles, etc.



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(copied from healingdaily.com)

Mention the cardiovascular system and most people have a pretty good idea of what it is and how it functions. But although the lymphatic system is vitally important to our health, most people don’t understand it or even know what it is

The cardiovascular system delivers life-giving oxygen and nutrients to all of the body's cells and is connected up to a very strong pump - the heart.

The lymphatic system collects toxins in the body

Similarly, the lymphatic system is also connected to every organ in the body, but its function is completely different from that of the cardiovascular system. The lymphatic system is the "garbage collector", sucking up metabolic garbage, and toxins from the extracellular fluid of every organ. If this flow is impaired, the fluid becomes thick and toxic.      

The cells which rely on the lymphatic system for elimination become less efficient and sluggish as they fill with their own waste. The lymphatic system - which in a healthy person is a life-sustaining system - now becomes a breeding ground for infection. When the fluid enters the bloodstream, which is part of the normal process, infection can now spread to any organ in the body. Many viruses, bacteria and parasites stay locked within the lymphatic system when it is in a sluggish state. The result: degenerative disease and an increase in the rate of aging.

The lymphatic system is not connected to the heart, therefore it has to rely on some other activity to create the necessary "pumping action" it needs to circulate. The most important ways of increasing lymphatic circulation are:

1) massage and

2) vigorous exercise

The lymphatic system is filled with millions of one-way valves, which allows the lymph fluid to flow in only one direction - usually upward away from gravity.

Almost anything which can stimulate the movement of lymph fluid inside the lymph vessels is beneficial, but the most efficient way to stimulate the flow of lymph fluid is by REBOUNDING on a mini-trampoline. The up and down rhythmic bouncing causes all of the one-way valves to open and close simultaneously, increasing lymph flow as much as 15 times. Rebounding is a highly beneficial form of exercise.

Let's talk about the eliminative organs, such as the bowels, kidneys, lungs, lymph system, or skin, for example. When a foreign substance is present, the body’s first reflex is to expel or eliminate it. When this elimination is suppressed by any means such as taking pharmaceutical drugs, for example, some of the foreign matter gets pushed back into the system. As elimination is blocked, the very substances the body is trying to eliminate become stored within the body, causing any number of disease symptoms. the body then becomes toxic. When this happens, the degenerative disease process begins.

Many people have badly congested lymphatics and don’t even know it. At this time in our country the lymphatic system is the most over-looked system of the human body. In Europe stimulation of the lymph flow is the fourth most commonly prescribed medical treatment. Most U. S. healthcare practitioners seldom consider the lymphatic system’s critical role in preventing illness or its importance to the over all healing process. Some of the organs that are part of the lymphatic system are lymph nodes and lymph veins, the tonsils, adenoids, appendix and the spleen and you know what happens to those parts of the body whenever surgeons get close to them. Swollen glands, with which most of us are familiar, are symptomatic of blocked lymph nodes, which indicate a breakdown in the mechanical functioning of the lymphatic system.

(copied from healingdaily.com)



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hi Victoria,

ty very much for this.  There is a wee bit of info that blew-me-away: the thymus gland is part of the lymph system.  This particular one is THE primary organ of the immune system.  Most of its immune role is done within the lymphatic system.  So T-cells and macrophages, etc can bypass an infection site because poor lymph flow will lock such a site in place.  It is much like a stagnant pool of water breeds infection.  The solution is a stream of water that flows, not drugs.

I was wondering about this and what they are now calling vibration boards for 'whole body vibration' ... is there a connection?  http://www.soloflex.com/index.asp?m=toolbar&d=wbv&sd=about&p=1

John


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The vibration board is an interesting device.  I can see how it could be of benefit to a person with restricted capacity for independent movement.  It makes sure that the muscles continue to become and stay strong, and circulation is active to all body parts.  I didn't read the entire website, but this does not seem to make the lymphatic system the main focal point like the rebounder does.  

I think there are better tools than the rebounder for strength building, but so far, I haven't heard of anything (affordable) that achieves the alternating conditions of weightlessness and increased G force as well as the rebounder.

There was a link to a rebounder company provided in another thread by Peppermint Twist.  It had some comments about its use for people who are confined to a wheelchair.  I can't find the thread, but I'll ask PT on Monday when she comes back online.  Maybe Drea remembers the site, if she catches this post.

Many years ago, I was watching a movie about the Aboriginals of Australia.  One of the interesting things to me was the practice of gently tapping a place just above the center of the breastbone, with the fingertips of both hands.  It had something to do with stimulating the Thymus gland.



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I am enjoying my rebounder but am still using it far less than I had planned.  Thanks for the Health Bouncing info.  I will be using it as a guide.

There are several lymphatic points that are also used in doing EFT (emotional freedoom techniques) and the gentle tapping may well help move some of the lymphatic fluids along as emotional usses are cleared.  The one in the chest area is located about 3 inches down from the collarbone and over about 3 inches.  You will find that is it usually a very teneder area, too.


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I have best luck remembering to use my rebounder if I keep it out on the floor.  Once it gets put away, it stays put away for days, until I happen to remember it again.  So it's been in my livingroom floor lately, and gets used many times a day, every day!

Oh, I found the site I was looking for.  It has more information on the benefits and uses of rebounders, and also theraputic uses.  This is a Canadian distributor:
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Victoria dear, Thank you so SO much for the info (and also for the reminder ...I've wanted to try this for years..and I feel like I need something like it.)
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thanks again Victoria,

I am eccentric no doubt about it.  Although the rebounder has been around for decades the theory of why it works and the types of conditions it helps continues to get longer and longer.  The vibration machine, while fairly new, I think works via the same principle.  So, the listing of benefits will likewise grow for these devices.  I suspect that in the near-future the rebounder will become standard equipment in hospitals and schools.  [I really hope so!]

Right now I am attempting to invent a rebounding device for disabled folk and seniors - many of whom have no one to recruit as the 'bouncer'.  

John


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There was a link to a rebounder company provided in another thread by Peppermint Twist.  It had some comments about its use for people who are confined to a wheelchair.  I can't find the thread, but I'll ask PT on Monday when she comes back online.  Maybe Drea remembers the site, if she catches this post.


Hey Victoria,

Here are the two sites that were posted under the thread "very dismayed about my weight":
http://www.fitnessandkids.com/urban-rebounder.html
http://www.saskworld.com/holistic/rebound/

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John, keep us posted on your invention, eh?. I'm interested because my little brother is a quadraplegic (car accident). I wouldn't be surprised if the 'vibrations' would aid in the healing of the skin ulcers to which quads are prone..maybe even strengthen their bones? Possible link to a cats purr?. I am thinking of something I read about how cats' purring may also be a healing mechanism for them...eh


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thanks again Victoria,
I am eccentric no doubt about it.  Although the rebounder has been around for decades the theory of why it works and the types of conditions it helps continues to get longer and longer.  The vibration machine, while fairly new, I think works via the same principle.  So, the listing of benefits will likewise grow for these devices.  I suspect that in the near-future the rebounder will become standard equipment in hospitals and schools.  [I really hope so!]

Right now I am attempting to invent a rebounding device for disabled folk and seniors - many of whom have no one to recruit as the 'bouncer'.  
John


Yes, you are eccentric, and I find it refreshing to know people who think "outside the box".  If that's the case, then I'm eccentric too.  

I can also see how the vibration machine can have amazing benefits and potential.  I hope it's like the calculator and computer, so that after it has been around for a while, the price will drop so that people who really need it can afford to own it.

How wonderful that idea is . . a rebounding device that does not require a "bouncer"!  I hope you will keep up informed as you play with the idea and develop your vision.  



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Victoria dear, Thank you so SO much for the info (and also for the reminder ...I've wanted to try this for years..and I feel like I need something like it.)
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You're welcome eh!    
I have just pulled out my Rebounder again, where I had forgotten it for a few weeks.  It was John's post on another thread which refreshed my interest in it.  In just a couple of days of jumping on it several times a day @ 3 minutes each time, I feel a big difference in my energy level.  Also I don't have as many "aches and pains".  

I'm really in love with these wellness tools.  They influence health on so many levels and are very affordable, and are adaptable to a lot of different fitness levels and goals.

I was just reading about NASA using them for the astronauts.  
"N.A.S.A. also found rebounding to be helpful in rebuilding the bone mass and muscle mass that astronauts lose in the weightlessness of space."
This seems to be very relevant to halting and reversing bone loss that happens as we age.  



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Drea,
Thanks so much for those links!  Now people who are interested in reading about them have several links to browse in.  



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Many thanks from me too for the precious info.


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Hi Yael.  Have you ever tried rebounding?



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Thanks for that info. Victoria.  I read about rebounding in the Fit for Life II book years ago.  Thought it looked silly, to be honest.    That comment about it being the fourth most prescribed treatment in Europe seems at least somewhat telling.  I am tired of my exercycle so I think I'll give it a try.  Also, I don't have an appendix so I have always been wondering how to compensate for that in some way as I never believed what the conventional medical folks say about it being a useless organ.  

Thanks for that.  
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Great thread Victoria.

Rebounding is also great for dealing with cellulite, as cellulite is toxins trapped in the fat tissue.  My ND recommends a combination of body brushing, rebounding, tons of water and diluted green tea to effectively eliminate cellulite.

Get that lymphatic system moving!!


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bposnon7, wishing you a warm welcome to BTD and the forum!
interesting info for the cellulite removal connect 14.
Victoria thanks for the info on rebounding. Will have to give that a try. Very 'portant to get that lymphatic system moving - so off I go!!!  You're a peach.




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Great thread Victoria.

Rebounding is also great for dealing with cellulite, as cellulite is toxins trapped in the fat tissue.  My ND recommends a combination of body brushing, rebounding, tons of water and diluted green tea to effectively eliminate cellulite.

Get that lymphatic system moving!!


Hey connect14, I've missed your posts. How has that combination been working for you and cellulite (not to suggest that you had any to begin with, but you did mention it)? I have some on my butt and upper thighs that I've had since my early thirties that I'd love  to minimize...


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Hi Drea,

It's a slow process, but I seem to be noticing that it is lessening.  I have never had cellulite before, and then when the MD put me on birth control this past May, it was as if it appeared magically overnight.  Literally.  Nothing changed about my diet or exercise, so I surmised it was the BC.  

When I went to my ND, she said this often happens.  The added estrogen in the BC stimulates fat production, and then the toxins get trapped in that very fat.  This is why women often see cellulite in the thigh/butt area.  I was pretty upset with myself for awhile.  I knew better than to go on the BC, but I was just so tired of the hormonal c**p.  So, when cellulite appeared all over my legs, and I mean literally ALL over them, I was angry at myself for half of a second.  Then I remembered that we live and learn, and this lesson taught me that I know myself better than any MD, so I need to make sure to remember that.  

The new ND is BTD-based and tells me not to worry, that we will get me back to my normal self....but she is very honest when she says it will take about 6 months b/c of the massive amounts of hormones I'm detoxing from.  She recommends body brushing every single day and huge amounts of green tea/water.  I'm also taking a variety of supplements to help my body readjust, and as always, eating right.  Exercise is a given for me....I always exercise, so this helps too.

Like I said, it's slow going, but at least now, I feel like I'm on the right track!


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I have never had cellulite before, and then when the MD put me on birth control this past May, it was as if it appeared magically overnight.  Literally.  Nothing changed about my diet or exercise, so I surmised it was the BC.  
When I went to my ND, she said this often happens.  The added estrogen in the BC stimulates fat production, and then the toxins get trapped in that very fat.


This is sorta what happened to me. Only it is from an estrodial patch. I had never had cellulite before either, even pre BTD when my diet was awuful.  When I saw a pregnant friend w/ cellulite down to her ankles, where pre-pregnancy, none of that, I knew is was caused by hormone imbalance. Mine the estrodial not being balanced w/ progesterone. Drs!!!    
Is the body brushing, rebounding, tons of water and diluted green tea the only things you are doing for the cellulite. Not that that's not enough but I mean are you taking any supplements.



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Connect,
That's a great combo:  body brushing, rebounding, water and green tea.  
This would be good for health in general, and not just cellulite!



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It's good to be "re-minded" about rebounding.  It seems whichever technique one wants to use it in the form of exercise results in benefits.  I haven't used it much since I moved but plan to roll it out.  I can only use it in the bedroom and if I want get to the other side I'll just have to "bounce over".  Necessity is the mother of invention!!!!


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The new ND is BTD-based and tells me not to worry, that we will get me back to my normal self....


This is exactly what I need. I want a ND who is BTD based and will be able to get me back to normal...what good luck to have found someone like that!


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Here is a link to another rebounder...  It sounds like it may be the best for about the same money as the other leading brands.

http://www.ultimate-rebound.com/


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