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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW DO I ACCESS MY PURCHASED VIDEOS ON THE WEBSITE?

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Make sure you are logged into your website account. Now, press 'View My Videos' located after the 'FAQ' tab or in the hamburger menu in the top right corner. Your videos should show up here.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE CELLERCISER® AND OTHER REBOUNDERS?

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A Cellerciser gives you access to achieving and sustaining a Trophy Body for life. What sets the Cellerciser apart from any other Rebounder is that the space age mat will never stretch so your bounce will stay firm and resistant to pronation of the feet for life. The springs (unlike bungees) adapt to all different fitness efforts and body weights (up to 350lbs) which makes it safe and powerful for anybody and any type of training. It is low to the ground (unlike the Bellicon) making it safe for young children and elders. Unlike any other rebounder on the market, it comes with all of these things: a free handle bar worth $99, a durable traveling case (with the trifold) or carrying case (with the bifold), a free DVD that shows different moves targeting the strengthening and healing of different body parts, and has free shipping in the continental U.S.


For a Rebounder that is built to last a lifetime, it’s an amazing value. They also include a five year warranty and have the friendliest customer service we could ask for.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE BI-FOLD AND THE TRI-FOLD CELLERCISER®?

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The Tri-Fold costs $739.99 and the Bi-Fold costs $599.99. They are exactly the same unit but the bi-fold folds in half, includes a taco shaped duffel bag and comes with a wider performance bar. The Tri-fold folds into 3, comes in a rolling dolly case that makes it much easier to travel with and comes with a narrow, more streamlined performance bar. We recommend the Tri-Fold for maximum convenience when traveling as well as for the new and improved performance bar.

SHOULD I JUMP WITH AN INJURY?

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We recommend consulting with your physician before beginning any exercise program ESPECIALLY if you have an injury. There are great ways to help heal many different injuries while gently jumping but we must use caution. Check out our 'Rehab' videos in our 'Playlist' tab on I Jump Instead Youtube for specific videos made to heal your injury. We also have some tips for you here:


💎 Get on your jumper, stabilize your injury, rub the sore area with your fingertips and gently bounce. Do NOT JUMP, just gently bounce. This is a method of reflexology.

💎 Once you feel you have rubbed some of the pain out, begin to stretch the sore area the best you can WITHOUT aggravating it further. We want to bring blood flow to the area and help unravel scar tissue build up WITHOUT further injuring ourselves. This takes patience and time. Aim to rehab your injury 2-5x a day for a week or more before returning to your normal jumping routines or beginning your jumping journey. If you need further assistance, join the I Jump Instead Facebook group and let our Trophy Jumpstar's help you. It's likely someone else has healed this same injury. 

DID YOU GET FOOT PAIN WHEN YOU STARTED JUMPING?

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Any aches and pains that show up are weaknesses being exposed by the powerful effects of jumping. Our human bodies have been jump-less for most of our lives which has caused an accumulation of stagnant energy all over the body. We're so grateful for the powerful yet gentle effects of rebounding helping to release tension and bring circulation to these painful areas because this stagnant energy can lead to more serious problems. When beginning our jumping journey, we need to take it slow. We also need to drink a sufficient amount of water and eat healthily. If you experience foot pain, try sit bouncing. Hold onto the bar and stabilize your back as well. Sit bouncing strengthens the back immensely but often we can't sustain sit bouncing for too long because of our lack of back strength. Do short bounce sessions to begin with, then work your way up. Try standing and sitting. Do whatever feels best. 

HOW long DO YOU LADIES JUMP everyDAY, And how long should i jump everyday?

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Since we each lead a 30m & 60m classes 3 days a week, training on our other days stays fluid with our energy flow. We don't don't force it, we just jump when we desire to practice and train. For beginner jumpers, we recommend you get to know your rebounder for a month before beginning any training program or getting into a regular jumping schedule. Once you've become accustom to how your body responds to the up & down motion, with all the vaiations of arm and leg movements, beginning our Trophy Body Training programs is a wonderful way to build your Trophy Body and knowledge foundation. We also lead LIVE 30m classes in our Silver YouTube mebmership which could a great starting point for you as well. Exploring our FREE YouTube routines in our Playlists on Youtube is a smart way to go as well. 30-60m of jumping, 6x a week is the long term goal for a fit, heathly, year round Trophy Body.

SHOULD I BE GOING AS FAST AS YOU IN YOUR TROPHY BODY TRAINING ROUTINES?

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We are all on different pages of a 1000 page book. If you go at my pace, you may be WAY ahead of yourself. If you overwork your body, you will only set yourself back. This is not a race to the finish line, but a transition to freedom. You must read every page of the book to complete the book. This means you must be in tune with your own body, and go at your own pace. Don't focus on speed, focus on FORM. You must have a mind-muscle connection to get your Trophy Body. You can't do the routines mindlessly and hope for weight loss. You need to be in your own body every second of the routine, working at strengthening your muscles. This is done best by not listening to music so you can be focused on your muscles as much as possible. We don't want to waste anytime getting to our best potential Trophy Bodies.

WHAT ARE ISO-FLEX BALLS, WHY SHOULD I USE THEM AND WHERE DO I BUY THEM?

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Iso-flex balls are microbead-filled hand massage squeeze balls. They weigh 5 ounces each and are double lined with natural latex. We used to use them to help contract our arm muscles while jumping. It is entirely up to you whether you want to use them or not. It is not recommended to use ANY weights while jumping on a rebounder, but we made the exception with these 5 ounce hand massage balls. USE WITH CAUTION. If you feel any discomfort in your shoulders, elbows, or wrists, STOP using them. You need to build up your strength in these areas before you can begin using them again. If you want to give them a try, they are sold on Amazon or at your local pharmacy.

DO I JUMP WHEN I'M ON MY CYCLE? 

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We do NOT jump the first day of our cycle (unless we start after our training session) other than very gentle baby bouncing for 2 minute sessions a few times a day. Go by how you feel. Cycle syncing is a great way to approach training around your period, so check out 'In The Flo' by Alisa Vitti for all the cycle-syncing information you need.

ARE THERE EVER DISCOUNTS ON THE CELLERCISER®?

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Use the link at the top of our website, and then use code 'ijumpinstead' for $25 off your Cellerciser order.

HOW TO USE THE I JUMP INSTEAD WEBSITE AS A NEW USER:

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