I bought my rebounder from you in Denver at a Whole Life Expo, so it’s been a while. But for various reasons, I have not consistently used it.
Since last mid-August, I have been consistently jumping from an average ranging from 15 to 30 minutes a day. I use a timer and track my minutes for morning, afternoon and evening jump times. I had the test for osteoporosis done last July and my T-score was -3.1, which meant I had osteoporosis. I just had the test redone at the 9Health Fair in mid-April and my T-score had improved to -1. 7, into the range of osteopenia.
Doctors say you can’t improve your score and even alternative medical professional usually say the score can only be improved by .2 or .3 if you’re lucky. I just improved mine 1.4 pts in less than 9 months, a 45% · improvement I have been tracking my T-scores since January 2000 and this is the best score I have ever had. It was -2.4 in January 2000.
I credit the Cellerciser rebounder for my improvement because this was the major consistent lifestyle change I made beginning last August I did not change my calcium intake, which comes only from foods, except for the month of March, when I was making sesame milk daily. Sesame milk is a naturally high calcium food. Jumping on my rebounder is the only exercise I get Oh, and to make it fun, I tum on the radio, use the remote to change. Channels and jump to the beat that feels good that day. I set the timer when I stand and jump’ as long as I feel like it, with a goal of an average of 20 minutes daily. So sometimes I jump 40 minutes at one time, other times maybe only 3 minutes. With my tracking chart, I can see I’m still on target, so I don’t worry if one day I only jump 3 minutes. Feeling good about the times I’m jumping is what’s most important.
FYI, I’m 51 years old and have been in menopause for a while but have refused to take hormones. I also had rheumatoid arthritis in the ear1y 90’s, which the doctors. Also say can’t be healed. So, I do know nothing is impossible.
Thanks so much for such a great rebounder!