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Cancer and Rebounding

0 Comments 17 March 2014

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Cancer & Rebounding
by: Wendy Sater

Using a rebounder (a small trampoline) is very beneficial to everyone and extremely important when fighting cancer. Rebounding is a cellular exercise that increases the activity of your “immune cells” which eat cancer cells, viruses and bacteria. It stimulates your internal organs, gets fluids moving, great for your intestines and all your cells become stronger┬ábecause of the increased G Force.
Your lymphatic system rids you of toxins and rebounding creates the sense of a free-flowing system and drains the toxins away. Your lymphatic system will not work on its own, there are just 3 ways to activate the flow of lymph away from the tissues: 1) muscular contraction from exercise and movement, 2) gravitational pressure, and 3) internal massage to the valves of lymph ducts. Rebounding supplies all 3 methods of removing waste from the cells and body. The main lymph “vessels” that carry the lymph fluids, run up your legs, up your arms and up your torso making it more efficient and beneficial to use a rebounder rather than jogging or running.
When you have cancer your cells are already being robbed of the oxygen and nutrients they need so you have to help them in every way you possibly can. Rebounding creates a pumping action that pulls the waste from your cells and forces oxygen and nutrients in. Just 20 minutes a day is the same as 1 hour of running but it is easier on your bones and joints and also helps in cellular detoxification.
Rebounding Benefits:
Boosts lymphatic drainage and immune function
Great for skeletal system and increasing bone mass
Helps improve digestion
More than twice as effective as running without the extra stress on the ankles and knees
Increases endurance on a cellular level by stimulating mitochondrial production~responsible for cell energy
Rebounding helps circulate oxygen throughout the body to increase energy~cancer hates oxygen!!!

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