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Rhonda

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I've been researching rebounders on-line and there's quite a difference in price.  The more expensive ones go so far as to say that the economical ones are dangerous and pose a threat to your health by damaging your joints, ankles, and back.  Does anyone have one?  Which one do you have and do you like it?  Any thoughts on the validity of the claims of the various manufacturers.

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Rhonda
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I bought mine for $40 at a sporting goods store.  I have not felt that it has harmed me in any way.  I use it frequently and have reaped the benefits of rebounding.

However, it has worn out quickly and I need to replace it.  An article in Well Being Journal led me to the Al Carter website on rebounding.  My next rebounder will be one that I found on that site.  There is a variety of them, ranging in price from $179 to $299, but they are well worth it.  They are top of the line, and some of them even fold and come with carrying cases for easy travel (which is one of the main selling points for me because I would LOVE to be able to take my rebounder with me when I travel).

The website is ultimate-rebound.com.  Also, check out healthbounce.com.

Hope this helps!

Dee


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Rhonda

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Thanks for the advise Dee,

I'll hop to it !


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Good idea to jump on that advice quickly!

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