Sunday, November 19, 2017

Cellercise


Why Cellercise . . .

The Cellerciser Package!

Cellercise flexes ALL 75 TRILLION CELLS at the same time! Even better, it requires only 10 minutes a day!

Cellercise is the unique name for exercise that applies weight and movement to every cell causing the entire body, its parts and functions to become stronger, more flexible and healthier. Cellercise works because all body parts and functions are made up of cells.

Cellercise is a weight bearing exercise without the jarring and damage of most impact aerobic activities. Cellercise uses vertical movement like weight lifting, push-ups, pulls-ups or sit-ups in a repetitive up and down motion. However, these conventional forms of exercise target and isolate specific muscles or muscle groups. Its very time consuming and often tears down the body to build it up.

When weight or stress is applied to a muscle, it applies weight or pressure against the cell membrane. Cells increase the amount of protein in their membrane to avoid rupture. As we Cellercise the cells get bigger and stronger. The movement creates momentum. Acceleration and deceleration create pressure changes within the body and an increased amount of weight against the cell membrane. At the bottom of the bounce, every cell in the body is stimulated, exercised and strengthened. Cellercise exercises more than just muscles. Every cell is exercised, including internal organs, veins, capillaries, bones, connective tissue and skin. They are toned, cleansed and strengthened.

The Cellerciser is not a typical re-bounder or mini-trampoline. The Cellerciser offers the NEW “TRIPLE-TIERED TAPERED SPRING”(PATENT PEND), not the typical tube spring which can lead to nerve damage and lower back problems. There are lots of re-bounders….there is only one Cellerciser. You’ll feel the difference.

The Cellerciser vs Typical Rebounders and Mini-Trampolines

This is not a “typical” rebounder or mini-trampoline,The CELLERCISER

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