Why Bounce?

Benefits of Bouncing

Bouncing on a ball has amazing attributes for better health, the same benefits that are derived from rebounding on a mini trampoline!

Bouncing every day offers many specific health benefits – the main benefit being the circulation of the all-important lymphatic fluids. At the top of each bounce the lymph valves open allowing the lymph fluids to bathe every cell which helps eliminate waste products from the body. Bouncing, just like jumping on a trampoline is the only form of exercise that does this.

  • Burns fat
  • Increases energy
  • Increases strength and endurance
  • Builds up the immune system
  • Stimulates metabolism
  • Increases lung capacity
  • Improves circulation
  • Offers excellent oxygenating effect on entire body
  • Normalizes blood pressure
  • Helps prevent cardiovascular disease
  • Aids in lymphatic circulation as wells as blood flow in veins
  • Lowers elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels
  • Combats depression
  • Increases thyroid output through toning of glandular system
  • Increases muscle tone
  • Enhances digestion and elimination processes
  • Promotes relaxation and mental performance

All the cells in the body become stronger, responding to the increased "G Force" during bouncing, which results in the strengthening of the immune cells.

The lymphatic fluids bathe every cell helping to eliminate cell and waste products from the body. Lymph fluids move through channels called "vessels" that are filled with one- way valves, so the lymphatic fluids always move in the same direction, as opposed to blood flow. Healing Daily Exercises.com

At the top of every bounce the lymph valves open allowing the all-important fluids to circulate throughout the body. Just like using a trampoline or rebounding, ball bouncing stimulates all the internal organs, moves the cerebral spinal fluid and is beneficial for the intestines.

All the cells in the body become stronger, responding to the increased "G force" during bouncing, which results in the strengthening of the immune cells.

Bouncing can be responsible for promoting decreases in fatty tissue, cholesterol levels, triglycerides, sugars and lower blood pressure. It is also influential in improving organ efficiency, blood volume flow and oxygen capacity. The weightlessness achieved during the pause between acceleration and deceleration (the top and bottom of the bounce) unlocks sticky, clogged valves and congested areas, making bouncing important to achieving optimal health. Pretty amazing, when you stop to think about it. (And you thought children bounced on beds just because it felt good)!

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  • Oblique muscles

  • Biceps

  • Triceps

  • Laterals

  • Pectorals

  • Upper and lower abdominals

  • Strengthen lower back muscles

  • Outer and inner thighs

  • Buttocks

Joyce's Story

 

Who is Joyce Goodman and what makes her program so unique and different from other exercise programs?

Don't let that white hair fool you!  In her mid-70’s, Joyce has the stamina and endurance to out-bounce people decades younger! So there must be something special to what she does. 

Joyce has been a dancer and instructor throughout her life. She has created and patented exercise equipment and developed several fitness programs, including the Body Harmonizing System© and the Therapeutic Enhancement Program© which is an adaptive exercise program for people who are physically challenged. Joyce is passionate about helping people to get and stay fit in an atmosphere that is welcoming and nurturing. 

JOYCE'S sincere caring for the well-being of those around her has been a driving force behind her research and work. It all started when her son was diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes at the age of seven.  Throughout his long illness, Joyce felt completely helpless in her search for the answer to this debilitating disease. At 44 her son succumbed to the ravages of Juvenile Diabetes.  This became the cause in Joyce’s research for alternative methods to wellness. She felt her son did not have a choice where his health was concerned but now others do.

In the 70s and 80s Joyce became a pioneer in the trampoline exercise movement. She manufactured her own mini-trampoline and taught rebounding with her specialized equipment nationally and internationally. This began her journey that brought her to the development of her Body Harmonizing System©.

The other element in the Body Harmonizing System© is educating people on the significance of nutrition at the cellular level.  Joyce is a Certified Health Coach and extremely knowledgeable about the importance of keeping your body balanced. She is a member of the International Council on Active Aging and the Active Aging Spokesperson for Fitball, USA, and has instructed and certified many dance/exercise teachers. She has produced her own exercise DVD, "Bounce Your Way to Better Health" and opened a health studio in Costa Mesa called The Body Harmonizing Wellness Center.  At her studio she teaches health and fitness classes and meets one on one with her clients.