Posted by Andrew Burnett on 14th Nov 2013
Well I just didn't know what I didn't know. I have been rebounding off/on (mostly off) for 10 years. I have always used an inexpensive one bought from local sporting good store. It seemed stiff, springs broke easily, made a lot of noise....just wasn't a product or a workout that I enjoyed. I have been an avid runner for long time. Two marathons and at least 25 half marathons, but as I passed 50 was looking for a thrill, so I decided to work towards doing an Ironman. I have completed a half Ironman (IMTX) in April 2013 and my lower body afterwords just gave out from all the training and event (running). I have a full Ironman on my calendar in 2014. I was looking for an alternative to training runs and was searching internet and came back to rebounding. Maybe will help, maybe not.....but after doing some research decided to go with Cellerciser vs. Bellicon. I received my Cellerciser last week and holly cow what a huge difference to those cheep ones I used. I am excited about getting a great cardio workout and spare my joints and muscles to the constant pounding of pavement. Loving the Cellerciser
Posted by Hank Heister on 10th Sep 2013
I've been a health coach for over 30 years and have been rebounding for over 20 years.... my square rebounder finally wore out and had a client that bought a Cellerciser and was impressed. I did my homework and was convinced to get one. Now after using it for over a year I have proven to myself that there was NO comparison to my other unit. At 72 my muscle tone and definition is amazing... Just the best!
Posted by Unknown on 26th Aug 2013
Ok, I had a older cellerciser prior to triple tier springs and my wife stole it for her gymnastics school. I had an old urban Rebounder but didn't like it, it really made me sore, so I ordered the new cellerciser. I just received it today and compared it to the urban rebounder with my son who is 11. Without prompting I asked him to jump on each tell me which he liked better and he said the UR kinda hurt his back, and felt so much harder. Then I tried and I can't believe the difference. Honestly, it's a lot better than the original cellerciser. The new springs really made a difference.
It has a softer bounce and for whatever reason it is much quieter.
I love it. I used it for a half hour and what a workout.
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