Rebounding on a mini-trampoline to help with multiple sclerosis.

July 9, 2014

My girlfriend Sharon has multiple sclerosis. She started rebounding on a mini-trampoline today. Sharon and I will make another video in about 3 months and see what improvement there is in her ability to rebound.

Sharon is also following Dr. Wahls' protocol for multiple sclerosis, which involves drinking several fruit/vegetable smoothies every day, along with coconut oil. Dr. Wahls is an M.D. who suffers herself from multiple sclerosis. Years ago, Dr. Walhs was bound to a wheelchair. She eventually started experimenting with fruit/vegetable smoothies to see what effect they would have on her multiple sclerosis symptoms. Over a period of a few years, Dr. Wahls' MS symptoms improved to the point that she is virtually symptom-free today.

 

In the video above, my girlfriend Sharon - who has multiple sclerosis - demonstrates how to rebound gently on a mini-trampoline while stabilizing herself by hanging on to the rebounder's stabilizing bar.

It is not necessary to rebound very high: a gentle bounce is sufficient to obtain all the health benefits associated with rebounding on a mini-trampoline. The benefits of rebounding include stimulating the flow of the lymph in the lymphatic system and an increase in bone density. Rebounding is one of the best exercises you can do in the comfort of your own home. Sharon and I like to rebound while watching TV.


 

 

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