Cellercise Rebounder Mini-Trampoline <b>Home Gym</b>

Learn the Proven Science Behind Rebounding!


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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10 replies
  1. thankful222
    thankful222 says:

    Dave, your words of wisdom spoken at the beginning of this video is extremely powerful. It is a timely message for me personally. Thank you for expressing this knowledge so eloquently and respectfully. May God continue to bless you, your family and your life mission. BTW, I purchased my first cellerciser a few moments ago. I am very excited to receive it and begin this health journey. All the best.

  2. Patricia Tsunoda
    Patricia Tsunoda says:

    I'm glad I came across this video. I am looking for an alternative to my usual walking routine because I've had a lot of pain in my hips, ankles & feet recently along with edema. I'm on the fence about trying the Cellerciser. I have an old rebounder but it's pretty stiff to jump on compared to the motion I see in your video. This could be contributing to my pain issues so maybe I'll give it a try.

  3. faithahora
    faithahora says:

    i bekieve you tell the truth, so,. are your springs the best for someone who weighs only 85 lbs ? would bungee cords be better if you weigh only 85 to 95 lbs tops?


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