Bellicon Rebounder


It's my pleasure to share with you: the Bellicon rebounder. In my experience, it's the best one ever, by far. There's also a lot of conclusive scientific research to support that it offers a superior kind of exercise.

What I love most about it is that it's fun, easy, compact, lightweight, versatile, complementary, quiet, low-impact, full body aerobic, and cardiovascular exercise. It's one of those things that's experiential, and I hope that you're inspired to try it for yourself after reading this and watching the video.

I've been consistently bouncing on it for almost a year and love it more every day. Because I developed sensitive joints from previous injuries, I'm unable to jog or run, and quite frankly don't care to. The Bellicon offers me a unique outlet to express my physical movement needs, and augment my health and fitness lifestyle. It's something I'm willing, and able to do.


Recently, I've been traveling on the road for a couple of months and this technology has come in extraordinarily handy while driving long distances. It's a perfect way to pull over at a scenic spot, take a rest and move the body to counteract the fatigue of sitting for extended periods of time. It's also a hilarious way to attract attention from sedentary sleepwalkers.

I feel the myriad benefits of this fitness routine from head to toe. I'm not going to go into the exhaustive details about all the health benefits though. I'm going to leave that to the experts.

If you're interested in further research on this subject, I suggest taking a look at some of the compelling research. Or visit the Bellicon official website.

"Rebounding exercise is the most efficient, effective form of exercise yet devised by man.”" The Miracles of Rebound Exercise; Carter, Albert E.; The National institute of Reboundology and Health, Inc.

NASA says, "...for similar levels of heart rate and oxygen consumption, the magnitude of the biomechanical stimuli is greater with jumping on a trampoline than with running, a finding that might help identify acceleration parameters needed for the design of remedial procedures to avert deconditioning in persons exposed to weightlessness."