Toxins are stored in the fat cells and the body is reluctant to burn fat whilst there are toxins present. Rebounding helps rid the fat cells of toxins and stimulates the lymphatic system to excrete the toxins more effectively.
Releasing the toxins: rebounding combines the effect of gravity, acceleration and deceleration to create a unique pressure exchange, or gravitational pull, which means every time you bounce each and every cell in the body gets a gentle squeeze which not only strengthens the cells but helps release the toxins stored inside them.
Efficient Lymphatic System : the primary function of the lymphatic system is to transport lymph, a fluid containing infection-fighting white blood cells, throughout the body. The lymphatic system consists of lymphatic vessels which are similar to the circulatory systems veins and capillaries. The lymphatic vessels are connected to lymph nodes where the lymph is filtered. The tonsils, adenoids, spleen and thymus are all part of the lymphatic system. Unlike the circulatory system which has a pump, the lymphatic system does not so we need to create our own “pump” to move lymph through the body through movement and exercise.
Rebounding stimulates the lymphatic system creating this “pump” effect. The “push” motion forces the lymphatic valves to close, the “jump” motion forces the lymphatic valves to open. Through continual bouncing this creates a “pump” effect which very effectively pumps, moves and recycles the lymph many times during the course of the rebounding session, providing a free-flowing system that drains away the toxins very efficiently.