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

Learn the Proven Science Behind Rebounding!


New Live Facebook Video

Week 11 – March 25, 2019

Lots of good info about health ?

Go to: ? https://bp321.isrefer.com/go/cell001/a6/
and see why Cellerciser® is only what you need to have a good health.

What happened during week 11?

– Does cellercising make you tired?
– How do you clean your Cellerciser?
– incontinence?
– Should I bounce with or without shoes?
– Is 10 minutes a day really enough?
– How do I travel with my Cellerciser?
– Plantar fasciitis
– Will the Jamba run get easier?
– Jamba run demonstration
– Can you Jamba too much?
– Increasing flexibility
– When should I replace my mat?
– Thigh bruise or break. Will boucing help?
– Rosacea
– Christine’s Progress
– Immune/Lymphatic system
– Demo of the 1 minute technique to boost your immune system
– Review of Christine’s routine

As always, please consult with a doctor before beginning any new exercise program.

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6 replies
  1. Douglas Crosby
    Douglas Crosby says:

    Haven't used mine in a little but that's ok. I lost my 51 year old trouble around the belly area if ya know what I mean. I have 6 pack abs now and feel great. I am glad I found this video and your channel here. I gotta watch all these videos you have here now and your next broadcast too. Thank you

  2. carpe diem jonah
    carpe diem jonah says:

    David love your work.  I have used your DVD for the past year.
    I hope your new DVD will include some of the "concepts" that you have been explaining during this series.
    For example, you spoke about someone who needed gentle work along spine. So you had then lie down on the cellerciser, while another person gently. Bounced the cellerciser up and down for them.
    I learn so much when you explain a new injury situation, and then go through the basic challenge of addressing the problem. You find a way to focus movement on the area.  Sometimes this maybe the knees. Sometimes the abdominal area. Even the face or neck. 
    Just hoping the your new DVD will walk the viewer through your thinking process.

    Thanks so much for all you do.


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