David Hall: It’s Not Exercise – It’s Cellercise™ on May 8

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“It’s Not Exercise – It’s Cellercise™ – The Ultimate eXercise

May 8
Holy Hormones Honey!

VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
Noon ET – 9 am PT

The Doctor of the future will give no medicine
but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame,

in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease. ~Albert Einstein

David Hall, the creator of Cellercise™ believes obesity is America’s #1 problem and that 60-70% of us are overweight. Another david hall-1024x68280% he says are obsessed with aging. What we do not realize is that we are not really aging – we are deteriorating.

Do you want to reverse aging?  Do you want to lose weight?  With David’s revolutionary rebounder you can achieve both by ‘Cellercising®’ by vibrating individual cells 100 times per minute. No other exercise gives your body a more thorough and complete workout.

Strengthen all your muscles all at the same time; reduce body fat, improve flexibility, digestion/elimination, back, knee, and shoulder health, tighten and tone, improve balance, open up the lungs, improve coordination, reduce stress, tighten skin and so much more in just 10 minutes a day!

 Bio

David HallDavid’s transformation to ‘Mr. Rebounder’ evolved through an amazing series of events.  He remembers in 1990 the Chinese calendar was the year of the horse, and in that year he felt like a horse put out to pasture.

David’ shoulders were rounded; posture poor. A weak back put him down for days at a time; his knees and shoulders constantly ached, and the circulation in his legs was so feeble a doctor suggested he wear stockings. Digestion and elimination were a struggle and he wasn’t sleeping well.  In 1991, David’s awakening came in the form of a pesticide poisoning and the right side of his lymphatic system collapsed. David’s glands swelled and large lesions erupted on his shoulders, neck, and back. His liver was a mess, and his kidneys hurt. David was 34.

David consulted with a friend of mine who told him to go jump. 

Thanks a lot, he replied in a sarcastic tone.

 NO not off a building, he laughed, on this. He pulled out a mini-trampoline. It was a simple and an effective solution.

Although David’s path led him to rebounders – he found them to be dangerous. Because of David’s enthusiasm, his father bought a typical rebounder; the kind you can buy at sporting goods stores. Typical rebounders use cheap, often weak tube springs, a sagging mat, and a weak frame. Within one month on a typical rebounder, his father was permanently disabled, suffering nerve damage. Since David was younger and more resilient, his body could better tolerate the jarring effect. However he often found the rebounder would hurt his back. But now that his father was seriously injured; crippled, David became dazed and angry.

People were getting hurt and David felt he needed to warn them. The same year David’s Dad was injured, Dr. Morten Walker, wrote in the Townsend Letter for Doctors, an article warning consumers that the jarring affect at the bottom of each bounce can be dangerous.

 

David then introduced a new concept in mini-trampolines that has now evolved into Cellercising®. He then set out on a mission to enlighten people of the benefits of Cellercise™ and the problems with typical rebounders.

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Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.