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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 14:20
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I go with a good sports bra plus a tank top with a built-in bra. Seems to work.

As for the videos, I'm gonna have to wait a few days to try them. I messed up something in my back the other day, and right now I can run on the rebounder, but I can't do the straight-up-and-down jumping they do in the workout.
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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 14:26
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Plan: Currently on PSMF cycle
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Okay, I'm trying to rebound! It's harder than it sounds, but it is kind of fun! For me, the sports bra is a must - otherwise, I'm afraid my boobs might hit me in the chin and knock me out!

"The grass is always greener..."
I like jumping on the trampoline 'cause it makes me feel like I HAVE boobs!!
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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 15:12
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"The grass is always greener..."
I like jumping on the trampoline 'cause it makes me feel like I HAVE boobs!!


LMFAO at Delta Fox!

Here's some for ya:
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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 15:18
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Plan: Currently on PSMF cycle
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LMFAO at Delta Fox!

Here's some for ya:

LMAO...Nice !!! Thanks Built!!
Are they real???
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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 15:57
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You guys are too funny!
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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 16:03
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They're real, and they're SPECTACULAR!

(with thanks to Jerry Seinfeld)
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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 16:09
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Plan: Currently on PSMF cycle
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They're real, and they're SPECTACULAR!

(with thanks to Jerry Seinfeld)


That's right!! What was her name???...Mulva, no....oh, I remember, Deloris!!!!
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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 16:32
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Rhymes with...

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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 16:40
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Don't forget...
"He took it out!"
"He took what out??"
"He took IT out!!!"
"Ahhhh..."
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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 16:41
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How about,

"It moved. That's the test!"
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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 19:02
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LMFAO at Delta Fox!

Here's some for ya:
Oh my gosh, now that's one smilie I haven't seen before! That's exactly what mine do on the rebounder!
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Old Fri, Jul-16-04, 15:03
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This is an excellent video for a rebounder workout.

http://www.fitprimestore.com/gforce.php

Get a good bra.
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Old Tue, Jul-27-04, 00:07
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Does anyone know: how much time on a rebounder is equal to 20 minutes of walking? I walk 40 min. a day right now, and I have a rebounder that I never use. I was thinking that maybe I could change over when the weather is bad.
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Old Wed, Sep-08-04, 15:13
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I've seen statements to the effect that 10 minutes of high energy rebounding gives the same benefit as 30 minutes of jogging.

I know that in the beginning, doing 5 minutes of low impact jumping jacks on the rebounder made me really SWEAT! LoL. These days I can do 300 jumping jacks on the rebounder without raising a sweat. But boy howdy! I sure do feel it!

I think rebounding is wayyyy too much fun to be good for me. I use the urban rebounder, by the way and I think there's a world of difference in the bounce between it and say, a walmart $35 cheapie model.

JMHO!
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Old Wed, Sep-08-04, 17:07
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Funny that this just came up again. I was using my rebounder religiously, then started branching out into other stuff and doing more weightlifting and such. And weight loss (and inch loss) stopped short.

So yesterday I did weights AND cardio (but Dance Dance Revolution, not the rebounder) and today I did the rebounder for half an hour and then DDR for half an hour.
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