Cellercising Satisfies The 5 Commandments Of Exercise
Aerobic, Interval, Strength, Core, and Flexibility are the five commandments of exercise. Far too many people focus exclusively on aerobic (or cardio) exercise. Of course, this is far better than doing no exercise at all, but it is certainly not the best way to exercise and it’s not the best for your health. This is why getting a treadmill or elliptical trainer is not going to get you into optimum health as they only provide cardio exercise. Cellercising, however, will hit all 5 of these areas.
Of course, jogging and doing various movements on your Cellerciser is going to increase your heart rate and give you a great cardio workout. In addition you are increasing the weight of gravity, up to 5x the force of gravity, over 100 times per minute on every muscle in your body. This is providing weight resistance and strength training to your workout. You may even want to hold some light dumbbells in your hands to increase the resistance training effect even further. A good Cellerciser workout program will include some intense moments like sprints, or squat-jumps as well as less strenuous movements like an easy jog or the health bounce. Combining the intense movements with the less intense movements will provide you with great interval training and will burn up to 50% more calories. The Cellerciser will also strengthen your core muscles through twisting motions, bouncing on your bottom, and various other exercises that you will learn from the books, video, and charts you get with your Cellerciser. You will learn movements that will move all of your major muscle groups through virtually all of their range of motion. This will improve your flexibility and coordination. Cellercising will hit all 5 areas – aerobic, interval, strength, core, and flexibility – with one exercise. No other single piece of exercise equipment such as a treadmill or elliptical trainer will do that.
You Need More Than Just Cardio Exercise
Dr. Mercola, an extremely well respected osteopathic physician, talks about the importance of doing more than just cardio/aerobic exercise. Watch this video and see why you should be Cellercising rather than just running or working out on an elliptical trainer.