Dec
16

QiBounding – Back & Brain Exercise on the Rebounder

Posted by Debankur Banerjee Comments (4)

rebounding.TVSylvia Dreiser Farnsworth is a Rebounding expert and provides Rebounding exercises and training in her weekly Web TV show. Today Rebounding exercise for Back and Brain on your mini trampoline. Questions or comments? Please write them in the comment section under this video or send them to subscribe@Rebounding.TV. In this video you an Exercise Routine that is excellent to strengthen your back and at the same time it helps to balance the left and right hemisphere of your brain. We break down the exercise in the exercise “Feet Crossing” and “Windshield wipers”. Beginners would just do those exercises and the advance of you can do the full exercise which is a combination of “Feet Crossing” and “Windshield wipers”. Disclaimer: Always consult your physician before Rebounding exercise to determine whether it is appropriate for you to do this. This video is meant to give Rebounding instructions and inspiration to people who are beginners and those who are advanced in Rebounding. It is up to you (and your doctor) to determine which of those exercises you can do and which are not good for your health or too difficult to perform. Keep in mind that you are doing all exercises on your own risk. If you feel uncomfortable, do not continue the exercise. Only work in your own comfort zone and don’t get carried away with your enthusiasm. Do only those exercises that are easily in your reach and build up from there. If you experience pain during or after the exercises or if you

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4 Responses to “QiBounding – Back & Brain Exercise on the Rebounder”

  1. QiBounding says:

    I have not done a video specifically to knees, but one for joints and we also work on the knees in this video w w w .youtube.com/watch?v=rJ77A6SR_Bg.
    Besides of that I would do soft rebounding – health bounce on a high quality rebounder, preferably a bungee based rebounder (which is more gentle yet more efficient than a spring based rebounder). I hope this gives you some ideas what you can do. Best, Sylvia

  2. ellie3637 says:

    Hi, I was wondering if you have any exercises for bad knees.

  3. sharonsoars says:

    Thank you, love it! Have fun on your trip!

  4. imlivingandlearning says:

    Oooh. This is difficult. I must need it very much! Thank you and have a very pleasant and safe trip. Auf wiedersehen! 🙂

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