Rebound for MORE Energy
Another part of the cell is the mitrochondria (often referred to as the Powerhouse). These mitrochnodria are the source of all the energy the cells need to import nutrients, export waste products, manufacture hormones and carry out other cellular activities. They are also responsible for converting the air we breathe and the food we eat into energy that our cells can use to grow, divide and function. … Mitochondria produce energy by turning glucose and oxygen into a chemical called ATP (adenosine triphosphate ) and is transported out of the mitochondria and diffused throughout the cell to release its energy wherever it is needed for performing the cellular function. Mitochondria also have the ability to replicate themselves whenever their energy is used up. This means that whenever there is a need for increased amounts of energy, one mitrochondria can become two, then three, and so on.
With a cellular exercise like rebounding, all of the cells begin using energy, more mitrochondria are produced, and the entire body has more energy to burn. This is why a person who starts rebounding may only be able to bounce for 30 – 60 seconds in the beginning, but in as little as one week later can rebound for more than ten minutes without getting tired. Rebounding is a very sports specific type of exercise so whether you are new to exercise or an athlete, it will take time to build up your rebound fitness endurance.