Rebounding Exercise “Rowing”

Rebounding Exercise “Rowing”

In this video you learn: The Rebounding exercise “Rowing” which strengthens the shoulders and arm muscles.

This is Episode #8 of “All you ever wanted to know about Rebounding”

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  • Sylvia June 2, 2010 at 10:16 am

    Thank you Meia, I am happy to hear that you love the site. Thanks for having taken the time to post this. If you have any questions or comments or requests what you would like to see on this site, feel free to post it. This site is a forum for the Rebounding community to share experiences and information. Best, Sylvia

  • Christine April 23, 2010 at 12:29 pm

    I’ve been enjoying these videos and just reviewed this last one again. At the moment have a slight shoulder problem (from the gym) and back just using my rebounder; which is so much easier on the body.

    Thank you these are great!

  • Maizey April 14, 2010 at 10:24 am

    My Reflexologist recommended I do rebounding instead of treadmill I have been diagnosed with diabetes and have neuropathy (which he is working on thank goodness) He verbally gave me instructions saying ‘don’t jump’ just walk

    I could n’t find the walking video but the one I say was ROWING and its a good start. LIKED IT IMMENSELY The demonstrator was great The announcer was easy to follow Thank you Also thank you for not SELL SELL SELL on your website (the OVERSELL on most sites drives mw AWAY from the site)

    I’ll go explore to see if I can find a video for me to keep fit and help the neuropathy leave me as well as the diabetes. Have to watch my money closely these days Will save some up for a DVD

    Thank you Maizey

    • Sylvia April 21, 2010 at 11:58 am

      Dear Maizey, Thanks a lot for your comment. I agree with your Reflexologist, that you should not JUMP. A rebounder is not a trampoline and it is not about jumping high at all. You can get a great workout without any kind of jumping. The focus is on bouncing DOWN into the mat – and let the mat bring you up. With the soft bouncing bungee band Rebounders from Bellicon that is a given anyways. We will bring a lot of more exercises on this show and you will have plenty to choose from. All the best and let me know, how it goes over time! I am always interested to hear from all of you. Sylvia

  • Piroska and Sandor April 9, 2010 at 11:22 am

    Hi Sylvia, We wish you had some printed material on the rebounder that we could hand out to our family and friends. We know you have a website, but sometimes a professionaly printed material would also be good, as they can pick it up and look at it when it is laying around, rather than telling someone to go online and see it. Just a suggestion.

    • Sylvia April 21, 2010 at 11:55 am

      Hi Piroska,
      Thank you for your comment. In fact I have printed material and I am happy to send you some. How many fliers do you want? Kind regards,Sylvia