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Listen up – I hate to exercise. It’s the lowest thing on my GET IT DONE list each day. But regardless, I knock it out every day before my kids wake up.
Why am I doing this thing that I don’t really like…especially when I’d rather curl up on the couch with a good book, under a blanket, when the house is nice and quiet?!
Well, the short answer is…I just feel better when I do it. But after trying lots of different methods of exercise, like knowing how to use equipment such as Nordictrack S27i vs S22i, I’ve landed on rebounding as my favorite (see what I did there? Ha!). Let’s talk about why jumping on a rebounder is awesome.
I used to run 5 miles each day. Then I fell and busted both of my knee caps…and then I had kids. It was at that point exercise no longer had a high priority in my day. Call it what you want, I just had other things to do.
I did NOT make it a priority. I had the time, but I just didn’t want to do it.
I noticed after time, it got harder for me to play with the kids and going up and down the stairs left me out of breath. Not cool. I am not going out this way! I am a better wife, homemaker, mom, business woman when I am HEALTHY. And because of that, exercise is a to-do task on my homemaking list.
But, after trying several different methods of exercise, my knees just don’t cooperate. They hurt when I run or when I do lots of squatting. Enter rebounding. I actually only picked up rebounding because it seemed like a method of exercise that wouldn’t bore me to tears. It seemed FUN.
I am easily bored by exercise, so rebounding seemed cool.
I wasn’t sure I would stick with it, because hello, I hate the treadmill and have signed it over 100% to Barry for his runs when the weather keeps him indoors. Because I wasn’t sure I’d even stick with it, I went with a cheapie Amazon tiny trampoline to give rebounding a try.
My kids promptly thought was theirs. So, I guess we shared – exercise equipment for me – toy for them.
I started doing intervals with Shirlina Fit on You Tube. They get changed up often and I don’t get bored. I can do all of them and then repeat without feeling booooooooooooooored. Have you noticed I get bored? 😉
I was crazy jealous of Shirlina’s amazing Leaps & Rebounds rebounder because she exercised so much easier than me and her bounce looked softer. So, I put it on my Wish List.
A few months later, Leaps & Rebounds offered to send me one to review on Instagram, and I was right! It IS easier to use!! It uses bungee instead of springs, which makes it easier on your joints.
So, why is rebounding so cool and such a great method of exercise?
Remember that I am not a doctor or exercise specialist and learn most of what I know via research on The Google. 😉
1. It helps flush your lymph system.
This is a big deal for me. My lymphs don’t drain very well. Our lymph system doesn’t have it’s own pump. So it empties when we MOVE. Rebounding really helps flush you out – also, wear a pantyliner because it also can flush out your bladder. 😉
2. Works most of your muscles and helps with endurance.
3. It’s much easier on your joints than other methods of exercise.
4. Rebounding Improves Digestion.
5. It’s FUNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!
Also, as a total side note: when my kids get sick, I make them jump extra because it helps them flush their body…and they get better faster. That’s my non-science testimony for ya.
If you’re looking for a method of exercise that’s fun and doesn’t bore you – and that your kids can do too, totally consider rebounding. And check out Shirlina on You Tube for great, free workouts.
I understand the need to save on a rebounder, but if you do have the extra room in your budget, go with Leaps & Rebounds. Having a cheapie first really let me see that it’s so much easier to jump on a good trampoline.
Leaps & Rebounds also was kind enough to set up a 10% off discount coupon for me to share with you. You can either visit https://leapsandrebounds.com/discount/STACY or enter STACY at checkout to save 10% off your order. 🙂 🙂 🙂
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