Alignment & Rebounding (step 1)

Alignment & Rebounding (step 1)

Rebounding exercises #3 (step 1)

In this video you learn:

  1. A new discipline in the Winter Olympics called “Downhill bounding”
  2. The correct body alignment on a Rebounder
  3. The Rebounding exercise Scissors“.  This exercise is not only good for a great cardio workout, but also balances the left and the right hemispheres of the brain.  All cross over exercises have this supplementary benefit for your health. They all harmonize the left and right brain hemispheres.


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  • environment job September 7, 2010 at 7:22 am

    Thanks, I enjoyed your post immensely. It’s nice to see someone writing something worth reading

  • Eva March 8, 2010 at 7:26 pm

    Thank you Sylvia. I like the scissor exercise.

    How many sets (12 up and 12 down) do you recommend for a good workout in order to see some cardio/balanced hemisphere results and for improved arm tone?

    • Sylvia March 9, 2010 at 7:44 pm

      @Eva: Hi Eva, Thank you for your comment and question. In general, I am not recommending to do just one exercise over a long period of time. When we do exercises in a Rebounding class, we work about 3 minutes on one exercise. That’s often the length of a song. And then we do another exercise – preferably for other muscle groups. Like this we work through the whole body. In this web TV show, I will introduce you to a lot of those exercises. I know that some of you want to see quicker steps and more exercises. They will come. For the moment, we prepare the foundation. That’s why I emphasis so much on the Alignment etc. We need a safe basis in order to be able to do all the other exercises later in a safe environment.
      So coming back to your question: A great workout is a workout over 20 minutes. If you can do longer, that’s fine. Some of my friends bounce 45 minutes daily.
      Best, Sylvia

  • Beverly Monical February 23, 2010 at 5:21 pm

    Hi Sylvia,
    I have lost your e-mail and phone number.I want to interview you for my WebTV Show. Please contact me if you are interested.

  • Tiffany February 19, 2010 at 5:49 pm

    Hi Sylvia,

    I know that I will incorporate the “Downhill Rebouding” in my exercise routine – LOL! I reserved most of my comments for after episode 2. Thanks!