Benefits of Rebounding with a safe stability system for seniors.

Rebounding with the Rebounder Stability System is a safe way to start a daily 20 minute low impact excercise and functional fitness for whole body movement (not just isolated parts) for mobility and health improvement!

  • It’s not just AEROBIC
  • It’s not just STRENGTH TRAINING
  • It’s not just STRETCHING and BALANCE
  • It’s ALL OF THE ABOVE done simultaneously which delivers a SYNERGISM of better total physical fitness, in less time, than each one done separately.
  • Rebounding improves your total fitness level, reduces your risk of injury, and enhances your daily activities.
  • Provides stability, support and alignment to keep the body in vertical alignment, which is absolutely necessary for specific back, arthritic and joint problems.
  • Highly efficient – Exercise with minimum trauma to the musculoskeletal system. This form of functional fitness enables seniors to live independently with mobility and dignity in their lives.

Start with MINI time frames and work up to 20 minutes daily according to your health and your abilities.


It is Time to bring it back!


Pulling, Pushing & Hanging on the stability system, while rebounding, provides a mild, safe and controlled flexion/extension SPINAL DECOMPRESSION type of traction that’s especially good for treatment of the BACK. This action gently pulls the spine apart, stretching and elongating the muscles and ligaments around the discs. This helps to relieve pressure on the discs and promotes spinal healing.

This vertical up & down motion applies a gentle, rhythmic pressure that stretches the spine, which helps decompress the discs and relieve pressure on the nerves. This pressure helps relieve pain by decompressing the discs between the vertebrae and increasing blood flow and nutrients to the spinal area.

This treatment works automatically and simultaneously while rebounding with the Stability System, with each session lasting from 5 to 20 minutes.  Most patients find the treatment to be relaxing and painless.


  • Lower back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Pinched nerves
  • Scoliosis
  • Neck pain
  • Headaches


There are many benefits of flexion-extension spinal decompression therapy.  In addition to providing relief from PAIN, this therapy can also help improve range of motion, increase flexibility and reduce inflammation.  Plus, it is a non-invasive treatment option. This means that there are no invasive surgeries which completely eliminates risks and side effects from that type of treatment.  It’s also an all-natural treatment option, which means that there are no medications or prescriptions necessary.

Another benefit is that it can be an effective treatment for patients who have not responded well to other types of treatments such as physical therapy or epidural injections.

Research has found that patients who receive Flexion-Extension Decompression Therapy had significantly less pain than those who received no treatment or received another type of treatment such as acupuncture or massage.

SPECIAL NOTE: The best part and bonus of this treatment is that it occurs simultaneously while exercising with the Rebounder Stability System which is one of the best total functional exercise systems on the market.

How Rebounding Works Against Cancer

Exercise alone is a major part of the human body’s defense strategy. Rebounding can increase the number of white blood cells up to 14 times their normal amount.  This is the ultimate exercise for defense against cancer by turning on the body’s natural defense system.  Gently bouncing on the rebounder for two minutes every hour is the ideal protocol for defense against cancer.

In just two minutes the entire lymphatic system is flushed, creating a demand for more lymphocytes, including killer T-cells.  The white blood cell count is approximately tripled in this two minute rebounding session, creating a great army of defense to destroy cancer cells.


STARTLING FACTS!!! Falls are the leading cause of both non fatal injuries and accidental death for seniors. More than one in three Americans 65 and older FALL each year, resulting in almost 14,000 deaths, 1.8 million visits to the emergency room and $19 billion in annual medical costs related to hip fractures, brain trauma and other injuries. A fear of falling often inhibits seniors from doing the one thing that could help prevent their susceptibility to FALLS.

EXERCISE: Studies show that adults exercise less as they get older. Every day simple tasks such as climbing stairs, carrying groceries, reaching for an item on a high shelf, virtually every daily activity, including rising from a chair, involves the CORE MUSCLES. To ignore any component of FUNCTIONAL FITNESS is to risk compromising your ability to stay active and prevent FALLING.

Now everyone regardless of physical condition can SAFELY rebound with the added benefits provided by the Rebounder Stability System.

The Best Exercise For Your Lymph & Immune System: REBOUNDING

I have a testimonial from a lady who had breast surgery. She had lymph build up, lymphedema, a chronic condition that involved swelling of her arm on the side of the breast removal. After rebounding with the Stability System her arm swelling was reduced and eventually returned to normal. This leads to the question of how does rebounding enhance the LYMPH SYSTEM?

You have about three times more lymphatic fluid than blood, but here’s the catch, there’s no PUMP similar to the arterial blood supply system. It must depend on muscle and body movements to keep the lymph moving through one way valves. So the more you move your body, the more you move the lymphatic fluid.

Rebounding increases lymph flow 3-15 times normal, depending upon the height of bounce, which flushes the lymphatic system to remove toxic waste & trapped blood proteins around the cells that cause PAIN & SWELLING (Edema).

Rebounding creates an increased G-Force resistance (gravitational load) and positively stresses every cell in your body. As a result it strengthens your entire musculoskeletal system, your bones, muscles, connective tissue, and even organs. And it promotes lymphatic circulation by stimulating the millions of one-way valves in your lymphatic system. Sounds pretty good, right? That’s way at 94 years of age I’m still in great condition taking no medical drugs.

One of the lesser talked about benefits of exercise is that it moves our lymph fluid which promotes detoxification in your body. Rebounding with the Rebound Stability System is the Best Exercise for Your Lymph System and total body condition.

Muscle Matters

They are the major source of stability for the back and spine They prevent injury by controlling spinal motion within its SAFETY ZONE AEROBIC EXERCISE isn’t enough; strength training burns FAT, builds MUSCLE and prevents age muscle loss.


One lb. of muscle burns up to 75 calories per day One lb. Of fat burns 2 calories per day Muscle cells are 22 % denser than fat cells Replacing fat with muscle reduces body size and increases calorie burning up to a 37.5 to 1 ratio.

Wow-what a difference NOT A BAD TRADE. The Rebounder Stability System combines AEROBIC exercise with STRENGTH TRAINING which actually ends up with a greater SYNERGISTIC effect than either of the two performed separately.

​REMEMBER: Muscles and joints not used will quickly atrophy, causing you to lose your footing and balance. By strengthening and increasing your muscles you can more easily navigate your moves. Muscles support your skeletal structure. Because your muscles get weaker and smaller with age, they don’t support your skeleton. That’s when you start experiencing those nagging neck and back cricks. Stronger and larger muscles help cushion joints to alleviate pain.

Activities don’t have to be strenuous to be beneficial, just do them for longer periods of time or more numerous shorter increments. Strength training should be an integral part of your activities. Activities that build strength require resistance. You will need to lift or push weights or some similar activity that requires lifting and pushing. Again the Rebounder Stability System provides the needed push and pull on the side bars for strength training.

Resistance training is important because it directly stimulates muscle tissue, which is responsible for your metabolism and how many calories you burn daily. A faster metabolism will burn more fat and make you leaner.

Muscles placed under RESISTANCE become stronger, leaner, and better developed. Muscles adapt to whatever force you apply to them. Or don’t. It you consistently put a strain on a certain muscle group, it will adapt by getting more physically powerful, have more tone and it will change shape. If you consistently DO NOT put strain on your muscle, they become WEAKER, FLABBIER AND SHAPELESS. To be healthy, lean muscle mass must increase and fat must decrease.

While AEROBIC exercise will cause some resistance to the set of muscles being used, it is not enough. RESISTANCE needs to be applied throughout the entire body so you remove fat and increase leanness in all or most of the muscles. The Rebounder Stability System enables the user to perform total body resistance training of multiple muscle groups and stretching exercises safely while maintaining stability and alignment.


Everyone knows that cardiovascular exercise, also called “aerobic exercise” or just “cardio,” is essential for keeping healthy and fit, but what most people don’t know is that using a mini-trampoline is probably the most effective way to do it.

In a nutshell, cardio workouts are those that increase oxygen consumption and trigger your body’s aerobic metabolism to burn additional fats and carbohydrates to provide energy. This increased metabolic rate helps with weight control and boosts energy, but the overall effect of aerobic exercise is much more extensive. Cardio workouts strengthen the heart, increase lung capacity, improve stamina, lower blood pressure, maintain joint flexibility, control blood sugar levels, energize your immune system…and increase your life expectancy, for starters. Regular aerobic exercise even has a profound impact on aspects of our lives that may seem unrelated to physical fitness, like our mood, our sleep patterns and our ability to handle stress. In other words, it’s the closest thing we have to a magic bullet for physical and mental wellbeing.

We Americans don’t get nearly enough exercise

The biggest problem with cardio exercise is that we don’t get nearly enough of it. In the past, before computers, video games, and continuous TV watching, we were much more physically active during the day, so regular exercise wasn’t a necessity. Unfortunately, our modern, sedentary lifestyle has had a devastating effect on everyone’s health. Unless we compensate for all this inactivity on a daily basis, we become vulnerable to a host of health issues from heart disease to obesity to many forms of cancer. To stay healthy and fit, the American Heart Association, along with many other health organizations, recommends that adults get 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity per week. Unfortunately, statistics show that over 75% of American adults get less than this recommended amount, which explains why one-third of American adults are overweight and another third obese.

The solution? We simply need to get up from our chairs and get a healthy dose of heart-pumping, cardio exercise. And one of the best ways to do that, according to researchers, is with rebounding.

Rebounding studies show impressive results

For years, rebounding enthusiasts’ belief that mini-trampoline workouts were superior to other types of exercise was dismissed as, shall we say, “kooky.” However, more recently, researchers have discovered that rebounding’s unique benefits produce a full-body workout that really is extraordinary, especially when it comes to its cardiovascular effects. And they’ve got the numbers to prove it. One research study, published in January of 2016 in the International Journal of Sports Science, showed that rebounding burns fat 50% faster than running and increases cardiovascular fitness more than twice as fast, which is astounding. Then, in July, another study published in Science & Sport examined rebounding’s effect on overweight women and showed extraordinary improvements in cardio fitness, body composition and overall quality of life. The researchers of this second study, in their recommendation to the American College of Sports Medicine, concluded that rebounding didn’t just offer several major benefits, but as a cardio workout was an “effective way to achieve an optimal level of training.”

Rebounding is not only effective, it’s also so efficient that it can significantly improve fitness in just minutes a week. This was demonstrated in an eight-week study published just last year in the German Journal of Sports Medicine (Deutsche Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin). The participants in the study performed 19-minute workouts three times a week for a total of 57 minutes per week, which is only about one-third of the 150 minutes of exercise per week recommended by the American Heart Association. However, rebounding is so efficient that even with so little exercise, “significant improvements were found in aerobic capacity,” and body fat was reduced by an impressive 5.4%…which is a lot of bang for your bounce.

All of these findings make sense when you look at the first major research study to examine trampoline exercise, conducted by NASA scientists all the way back in 1980. They concluded, “for similar levels of HR [heart rate] and VO2 [oxygen consumption], the magnitude of the biomechanical stimuli is greater with jumping on a trampoline than with running.” In other words, bouncing engages more of your body than running, and does it in a sustainable, enjoyable way, which is why researchers, to this day, marvel over its effectiveness.
Almost as important as what rebounding does is what it doesn’t do: it doesn’t strain your joints or back because it’s a very low-impact exercise; it doesn’t let the weather get in the way of your workouts because it can be done indoors or out; and (this is a biggie) it never gets boring, because bouncing is actually fun and offers so many variations that your workouts stay fresh.

Cardio exercise, true to its name, really is the heart of fitness. If you’re looking to lose weight, reinvigorate your health and boost your mental and physical energy, nothing does it better than a cardio workout, and nothing provides a cardio workout better than rebounding with THE REBOUNDER STABILITY SYSTEM. It can change your life for the better, in just a few, enjoyable minutes a day.



Our knee joints are the most critical and are vulnerable to lateral (side to side) strain since they carry much of the weight and do most of the work. So its essential to keep the range of motion exercises in a longitudinal plane and exercise with stability and alignment which is what the Rebounder Stability System provides. Recent newspaper headlines state, “Bone fractures expected to rise dramatically.

One in two women and one in eight men over 50 will have osteoporosis related fractures from too-thin bones by 2020″, the surgeon general warned. This represents 50 percent of all persons 50 and older in the U.S. Consider hip fractures. About 20 percent of seniors who suffer one die within a year, partly because the break often triggers a downward spiral of inactivity, depression and other problems.

​Research shows that people need to get more calcium, vitamin D and EXERCISE to avoid crippling osteoporosis. One of the major types of exercise to prevent osteoporosis is to get sufficient weight bearing and resistive exercise that builds and maintains bone mass and strength. In weight bearing exercise your muscles work against gravity, the absence of gravity and weightlessness weakens and demineralizes bones. That’s why astronauts in the early days, before this was discovered, came home from an atmosphere of no gravity with loss of bone structure.


We need vertical movement to stress our cells and bone structure. Kids love to hop and jump instinctively on any surface that offers the slightest bit of altitude. Recent research states that as crazy as it makes parents, this affinity for BOUNCING in a VERTICAL direction, this hopping and jumping, happens to be the two best ways to help kids stave off osteoporosis.

Researchers have found that the ages between 9 & 12 are critical for building bone and bone bank that can be drawn on later in life when we produce less bone. For exercise to be effective in building strong bone, the activity has to load the bones enough without serious injury. Walking, for example results in ground reaction forces that are about equal to a person’s weight-not enough to stimulate sufficient bone growth. Simple hops and side to side jumps, on the other hand result in impact that’s 3.8 times a persons weight, which can stimulate bone growth.

Hopping and jumping exercises are perfect for youngsters and persons in good physical condition, but the majority of adults and older persons cannot jump or hop to create sufficient ground reaction forces to stimulate needed bone growth without serious injury. Rebounding creates an impact of 1 to 3 times a person’s body weight, depending upon the height of bounce, which can stimulate bone growth with LOW IMPACT and minimum trauma to the musculoskeletal system. Dr. Sherry Rogers states in her book, “Detoxify or Die”, “Bone has a special piezo-electricity”. In other words, the molecular structure of bone is such that when we put stress on it, as in jumping or running, tiny electric currents are generated which actually help us to continually make new bone. That’s why folks who are inactive or bedridden for long periods of time lose bone and develop OSTEOPOROSIS. Rebounding with the Rebounder Stability System provides resistance to the total body, not just parts, so all the body’s bone structure is stimulated for bone growth and renewal.


Fibromyalgia may be associated with changes in muscle metabolism, such as decreased blood flow, causing fatigue and decreased strength. Experts believe that exercise is essential for keeping muscles strong and flexible, controlling weight, and helping you stay active in other areas of life. In fact, exercise and activity allow patients to have some control over fibromyalgia and the amount of pain they feel.

It used to be that doctors thought that exercise might worsen fibromyalgia symptoms or accelerate the disease. So doctors encouraged patients to seek rest, not activity.


Recent scientific studies have shown that, for most patients, range of motion, strengthening, and aerobic conditioning exercises are safe and necessary. The Rebounder Stability System checks off all these requirements to take back control of your mobility and energy.

Sitting Kills - Moving Heals

BARRIERS PINPOINTED to exercise by physically inactive: Fatigue, lack of energy and motivation No previous experience with exercise Self-consciousness problems finding time to exercise Health problems.

Your Feet Don’t Have To Leave The Mat, Just HEALTH BOUNCE.


A well balanced physical activity program that is SAFE, self paced, easy and done in the convenience of your home.


REBOUNDING with THE REBOUNDER STABILITY SYSTEM. Its also called BOUNCE SAFE, because you don’t have to jump on the rebounder to get its benefits.


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