The Stabilizing and Resistance System - synergistically designed with the Bouncerciser - is what sets Bouncercise apart from all other exercise methods. Rebounding by itself is not available to everyone. It seems like it is best suited for people that feel confident enough to bounce in an unsupported manner. It is unlikely that an 84-year-old woman with a balance problem would ever go near a rebounder by itself - or a stroke victim with a left-side paralysis could not accomplish 20 minutes of aerobics daily on just a rebounder. Bouncercise makes rebounding available to everyone. (See our testimonials)
The Resistance Training and Stabilization System consists of a bar that remains stationary in a doorway, from which a second bar is suspended with adjustable straps for the purpose of stabilization and use in various exercises. Also suspended from the stationary bar are three sets of resistance cords with hand grips, in varying degrees of strength.
We placed easy-to-open clamps on the resistance cords to be easily attached to the overhead system or to the Bouncerciser itself. Placing the resistance cords on the Bouncerciser, allows more movements exercising the upper body, and toning additional sets of muscle groups.
We also found that not everyone had a doorway that could accommodate stationary bar in the overhead system, so we developed the wall mount unit. This unit is safe, versatile and not a bad looking piece of functional art to put on your wall.
The US Patent Office has seen fit to grant three patents on this system, along with several others pending.