When is someone too old to exercise? Some of us, maybe even a lot of us, feel that we’ve reached the point where even getting up out of a chair is a lot of work. One of the hardest parts of starting to exercise again after a long period of “time off,” or even trying to exercise when you’re older is that your body can’t do what it used to. Many people can start to see when they slowly start declining in energy, stamina, core strength and endurance. Let’s face it, when we’re older it’s just harder to feel good enough to want to work out.

This is where the Rebounder becomes your new best friend. Each movement that you will learn on the Rebounder is easy on your joints while at the same time strengthening your core and limbs. As you continue to make the Rebounder a part of your routine, you will feel more alert and have more energy for the things that really matter. Dick Van Dyke swears by it and says that it’s perfect for seniors because there is so little impact.

Let’s be real, we’re all getting older and won’t live forever, but take it from us, it’s a lot better to age well and to be healthy, then it is to go out feeling miserable. Now is the time to enjoy life! As we get into our “golden years,” we owe it to ourselves to do the things we didn’t have the time for when we were younger. A lot of people give up exercising because they feel they don’t have the time or means to do so. The Rebounder solves this problem because workouts are as long or short as you’d like them to be, and you can do them from home. No more messing with the hassle of the gym, which can be especially difficult as you get older. Rebounding also reverses the aging process.

So, go at your own pace and remember that every exercise counts! Happy Rebounding.