The Baby Bounce – Arguably the most beneficial movement for improving circulation, relieving stress, and improving balance. By gently bouncing up and down we create pressure changes in the body that stimulates and circulates every body part and function. This I call the Baby Bounce. The superior spring design allows for more movement and better support.
Knee Lift – Intense aerobic activity without jarring. The hips are able to move down into the mat allowing ligaments and muscles along the vertebral column to gently stretch. Cellercising can be done slowly or at a sprint.
Thigh-Buttocks – Seen here is a non-bouncing technique of exercise. It’s a squat movement with a sprint. The feet stay close to the mat. Utilizing the biggest muscles we can burn off fat and tighten and tone the thighs and buttocks. We have women who have lost their cellulite in as little as 2-3 weeks doing repetitions of this movement. It can actually increase capillary and circulation in the thighs.
The Twister – One of the more important routines, special graduated twisting motion loosens the lower back while improving digestion/elimination. This movement also massages internal organs such as the liver, kidneys, spleen, gall bladder, pancreas, and intestines. David says, “It puts the intestines through a little washing machine everyday!” He says in two to three weeks you can feel like a different person.
The Sit Bounce – On the video David and Cindy show how to gradually increase and strengthen the stomach, lower abdomen, thighs, and back. The movement starts off with both feet on the ground and advances through a series of movements. Great for the shoulders and chest too!
Back Kick – By slightly tilting forward and kicking the legs behind us, we can strengthen the lower back and lift the buttocks.
Front Kick – Target the abdomens muscle group by holding onto the bar and altering the angle of his body. My stomach became a six pack by leveraging my body weight. It also firmed under the chin.
Side Swing – Any one out there really love those love handles? Kicking out side to side helps to strengthen the waist, obliques, hips, and outer thighs tighten.