“Jogging on a rebounder is easier on your body than jogging on a hard surface. If you are new to the rebounder, you may want to start out with a soft walk. Even this gentle motion is enough to stimulate lymph flow, helping your body to dissolve and eliminate toxins while strengthening the immune system. Rebounding so effectively moves lymphatic fluid that it has been referred to as “lymphasizing.” In addition to clearing the lymph glands, rebounding will provide aerobic exercise, oxygenating your body…When you jump up and down on a rebounder, the force of gravity alternately pulls and then releases each cell, stimulating cellular fluid flow so that toxic material is flushed out and nutrients are absorbed…Even a short (2 to 3 minute) rebounding session will dramatically increase your white blood cell production, which has the net effect of increasing immunity…In addition, rebounding exercises the musculoskeletal system, protects and strengthens the cardiovascular and peripheral vascular systems, and helps restore bone density.” (p. 164-165)
Watson, B. and Smith, L. (2008). The Detox Strategy: Vibrant Health in 5 Easy Steps. New York, N.Y.: Free Press.