You’re probably wondering, what in the world is ‘Lymphasizing’?
Lymphasizing, also known as “rebounding” is something that goes beyond regular exercise and is something you see just about everywhere, except not for your typical workout routine. It’s a whole-body type exercise that revitalizes and oxygenates every cell in your body and requires the use of a rebounder or “mini trampoline.”
It’s a great way to stimulate and strengthen the lymphatic system as it works to release built up toxicity from the body.
How does Lymphasizing work?
The way this works is that each time the tissues are compressed through the bouncing action, the lymph system pumps toxic waste and acid protein fluid out of the tissue spaces where toxins and acids accumulate.
All it takes is a moderate jumping movement up and down on a lymphasizer to propel the lymph fluids up through the body and pull some of the trapped proteins and wastes out just as if you were breathing deeply during cardio exercise.
NASA research found rebounding to be 68% more efficient than running on a treadmill!
If you are one with a lot of toxic and acid build up in your body, chances are you will probably feel sick after just a few bounces while others may get sick after bouncing for a couple of minutes.
Nothing to worry about, the feeling is temporary. These are detoxification symptoms you can expect to experience as your body works to pull the trapped toxins and acids out of the body to help revitalize the cellular system.
You see, what the lymphatic system (open circuit), the lymph, does, is pick up the waste that the circulatory system (closed circuit), the blood, was not designed to handle. It serves as a drainage and filtration system for waste and larger particles which cannot be absorbed by the blood.
This is what makes lymphasizing so unique and praised highly above all exercises. It’s the fastest and easiest way to pull toxic build up out of the body than any other exercise you can do and is known for its dramatic healing effects.
Below are 15 AMAZING Health Benefits You Can Expect from Lymphasizing:
- For starters, it’s a FULL body detox that improves digestion and allows the body to easily cleanse itself in a fun and natural way.
- Improves the body’s muscle-to-fat ratio and reduces the appearance of cellulite.
- Stimulates lymphatic circulation which in turn increases blood flow, boosts the immune system and strengthens its capacity to fight disease, kills cancer cells, and prevents illness and disease from surfacing.
- Increased G-force (gravitational load) which helps to increase bone density.
Rebounding was used on astronauts for increasing bone density and reversing the osteoporosis that they had been developing while in space and away from the earth’s gravity. The study NASA conducted on the astronauts who began rebounding can be found here.
- Helps lower blood pressure to the degree that treatment with typical blood pressure medication does.
- Helps to restore existing heart conditions and aides in the recovery from heart procedures by providing, low impact circulation.
- Strengthens the circulatory system and improves the body’s circulation. It’s excellent for losing excess body fat and reducing pain and swelling in the legs.
- Strengthens the heart and other muscles in the body for greater efficiency.
- Lowers cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
- Promotes tissue repair.
- Greatly improves the alkaline reserve in the body while reducing the body’s prolonged effort in balancing acid/alkaline levels in emergency situations.
- Greatly improves brain function and mental processes.
- Reduces neck and back pains, headaches, and other bodily aches and pains.
- Improves body alignment, balance, and posture.
- Promotes relaxation and improves sleep.
And the list goes on… There’s no denying the effects that lymphasizing has on your body and how this form of exercise can quickly start turning your health around with as little as a 2-5-minute bounce.
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In the book, “Jumping for Health”, Dr. Morton Walker claims that Just 2 minutes of rebounding offers equivalent physiological benefits as: 6 minutes of running – 10 minutes of swimming and 22 minutes of walking!
Albert E Carter, Olympic athlete, journalist and lifelong rebound researcher has claimed that Rebounding to be, “THE MOST EFFECTIVE EXERCISE YET DEVISED BY MAN.”
In just 2 minutes of rebounding – the entire lymphatic system is flushed out and the white blood cell count nearly triples, providing a greater defense system to destroy cancer cells.
The Miracles of Rebound Exercise; Carter, Albert E.; The National institute of Reboundology and Health, Inc. Edmonds, Washington, 1979.
“…for similar levels of heart rate and oxygen consumption, the magnitude of the biomechanical stimuli is greater with jumping on a trampoline than with running, a finding that might help identify acceleration parameters needed for the design of remedial procedures to avert deconditioning in persons exposed to weightlessness. “
The above statement is one of several made in a scientific study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology 49(5): 881-887, 1980, which confirms many of the statements previously made in The Miracles of Rebound Exercise, 1979. The research was performed by the Biomechanical Research Division, NASA-Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, in cooperation with the Wenner-Gren Research laboratory, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.
The four scientists, A, Bhattacharya, E. p, McCutcheon, E. Shvariz, and J, E. Greenleaf, secured the assistance of eight young men between the ages of 19 and 26 to each walk, jog, and run on a treadmill which was operated at four different speeds and then jump on a standard sized trampoline at four different heights to compare the difference between the two modes of exercise.
Although treadmill running had been studied many times before, the scientists found that “…measurements of the necessary variables have not been reported previously for trampoline exercise.” The trampoline testing was conducted at least one week after the treadmill testing.
Ready to energize and recharge your body? All you need is at least 20 minutes a day on a lymphasizer, rebounder, or mini-trampoline to get started. You can even break it up into 2-5 minute increments.
Before you know, you won’t want to stop and it will become a daily exercise habit you won’t want to live without!
Stay tuned for my upcoming webinar launch where I will discuss more strategies to help get you on the road toward optimal health while creating sustainable healthy habits that actually stick.
Until the next one.
Lymphasize and energize!