- only takes 10 minutes a day
- sculpts your whole body
- gives you a youthful healthy look
- invigorates your internal organs and skin
- folds up into its own travel case in seconds
- can be used by almost everyone; from invalid to athlete
- backed by a highly ethical company
I THOUGHT SO TOO
BUT I WAS WRONG (I think)
I was at a health convention a few weeks ago and saw a presentation by David Hall. He was demonstrating this machine. Part of the appeal is the fact that he looks FANTASTIC!
He has a body that most guys would die for....and most women would ( and did) swoon over.
He claims that he has achieved this by only using his " cellerciser" for less than 20 minutes a day. He has amazing agility to go with a well sculpted body. SO.....lucky genes? Perhaps. but he also has a story of recovery from ill health that would put most people either in the grave or out of commission for the rest of their lives. You can check all this out on his website I think.
Anyway, back to the machine. It looks like a mini trampoline, but with subtle modifications that make it anything but typical or simple. I had a mini trampoline years ago and immediately noticed that this is different.
I like it because it is possible for me to get some level of exercise regardless of what condition I am in.
For example; The other day I was having a relapse. I could not sit up. I could barely speak. I could barely tolerate the weight of my clothes. It felt like pain soaked sheets were draped over me. And yet I was able to do a few sessions on the cellerciser. This allowed the blood to flow and keep cramping away. I also felt warmer and able to breathe as my sinuses drained.
I did all this by standing on the unit and holding onto the balance bar. I felt a bit like a baby in a crib, but it did help. I also felt good that I was able to accomplish something. During the bad times, it is easy to get discouraged.
OK, so it works with a gimp like me. But how about an athlete? Well, my spouse ( Perpetual Motion Mary) finds that the cellerciser gives you quite the workout. And if you get a chance to see David Hall, you will see how this machine can deliver. ( And also how a 50-some person can look like a 20ish person) I'll give you a link to his site here so you can find out more.
P.S. You may notice some words in my posts have double underlines. I'm trying out a new service which is supposed to offer "contextual links". I'm not sure I like it, but I"m willing to give it a try for a while. Let me know if they are distracting. They are supposed to add more information sources.......we'll see.