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angie19130

Joined: Oct 07
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Posted: 27 Oct 2007, 07:12
Who's doing it and and who's not? And why?

ALG prescribes 5 minutes a day of rebounding for all Fat Flushers.
I've opted for another way to get my lymph system going daily. I do a full body brushing followed by a full body self-massage with nurturing oil. It takes longer than 5 minutes but is a great way to start my day.

I've been wondering if I've been rash in discarding rebounding as a part of my FFP. I'd love to hear others ideas on this. Smile
weebeeme

Joined: May 07
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Posted: 27 Oct 2007, 07:15
I have a rebounder and when I first began the plan, I did rebound for a week..but threw my back out. I usually just walk and pump my arms as I do so.
Angelnurse10

Joined: Apr 07
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Posted: 27 Oct 2007, 18:41
I love my rebounder. I have worked up to 15 minutes 3x a week, while I am watching TV or listening to music. I feel firmer after I use it. I also go to the bathroom alot more when I use it.
Virgorgeous

Joined: Jul 07
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Posted: 02 Nov 2007, 22:17
I'm reading FFP now and I'm going to start it next week...I don't intend to buy a mini trampoline lol...would jumping rope do the trick? its good for cardio too Smile. Let me know, thanks!
Not2Late

Joined: Oct 07
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Posted: 06 Nov 2007, 14:19
I use the mini-trampoline and I think it works wonders! Would highly recommend your getting one. I've had mine for years so I don't know their price range. If they're too expensive, jump roping would be good but the impact is harder on your knees. Another alternative is swinging your arms briskly while walking. The point is just to get the lymphatic cells pumping the fat cells and toxins out!

Just this morning on the Rachel Ray show they were talking about a mineral wrap you can have done and then you bounce lightly for an hour while the good minerals are being absorbed from the wrap and pushing the toxins out of your body. They showed the sweat that came from this gal and it was really mucky looking! I can't imagine how much this would cost! She had it done three times and lost 25 inches between her shoulders down to her thighs. Something to ponder over.
Virgorgeous

Joined: Jul 07
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Posted: 08 Nov 2007, 13:52
it's not the price as much as where I'd store it...I have a lot of workout stuff but a trampoline would that fit under my bed? Also, I'm going to be moving soon and it may be into an apartment complex so I'm not sure how that'd workout...but if the jump rope doesn't work I'll reconsider the rebounder...or see if they have one available at the gym...thanks for the info!
Not2Late

Joined: Oct 07
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Posted: 08 Nov 2007, 19:51
Yea, it's not too attractive. Mine has removable legs that screw on. It possibly could fit under your bed, depending on how tall it was. I keep mine in the living room because I want it accessible to get to. I have it leaning against the wall. I figure if it's too hard to get in and out, that would diminish my desire to get on it. Go ahead and jump rope, it's better than nothing.

Another testimony to this exercise is that my cellulite has really diminished! I'm not kidding! Better than any cream you could buy and cheaper, too! So keep up the good work, it'll be worth it in the end (and it'll show on your "end"!)Laughing

Angelnurse10

Joined: Apr 07
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Posted: 10 Nov 2007, 08:08
I bought my mini tramp at walmart for about 15.00.
I have removable legs, but hardly ever take them off because it is small enough to store in my closet on its side.
It really does work. It just takes a while to build up to about 10 minutes a day. Not as easy as it sounds.



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