SanFran Fitness: The Best 25 Mins Rebounding Workout to Boost Circulation & Lymph

The Best 25 Mins Rebounding Workout to Boost Circulation & Lymph is a short but intense cardio workout from SanFran Fitness. However, I’m not sure what makes this workout any different from any other cardio rebounder workout. I mention this because when I saw the workout title referring to the lymphatic system, I expected this workout to be somehow different than their other rebounder workouts that I have done. I subscribe to Bellicon Home and their “lymphatic system” workouts are different from their other workout offerings. Rebounding in general is supposed to be good for the lymphatic system so I suppose all rebounder workouts fall into the “lymphatic boosting” category. My point is, though this is an excellent cardio rebounder workout, I did not find it different in any way from SanFran Fitness’s other cardio rebounder workouts. In fact, this one seemed even faster paced than many of their others! I was working hard to keep up with Claire! According to my FitBit I burned 216 calories and spent a total of 8 minutes in my peak heart rate zone. This is an intense little workout! I mention that not just for future reference for myself, but because Bellicon Home’s lymphatic system workouts are usually much lower key than their other rebounder workouts.

The Best 25 Mins Rebounding Workout to Boost Circulation & Lymph is 26:13 minutes; no designated warm up though the first few exercises are warm up level, and 2 minute cool down/stretch.

  1. Shift bounce side to side
  2. Alternating tap hop out to side, swinging arms in front of you and pulling them back
  3. Basic bounce, swinging arms forward and back; changes to single arm large shoulder circles (circling straight arm with shoulder); changes to holding both arms extended straight overhead; changes to large arm circles with both arms, crossing arms in front of you and out to sides
  4. Shift hop side to side with “Staying Alive” eyes (pull 2 fingers across face in front of eyes, alternate arms–you are also circling the shoulders with this move)
  5. Jumping jacks
  6. Repeat #1-5 two more times
  7. Jack the legs, arms push overhead with palms together then arms push out to sides in a T
  8. Basic bounce, arms extended to sides in a T and doing small arm circles
  9. Jumping jacks, swinging arms in front of you and out to sides
  10. Jack the legs while one arm pushes in front of you and the other pushes out to side, alternate arm positions
  11. Jump with legs together, push arms overhead and pull them down
  12. Hopping alternating hamstring curls, continue pushing arms overhead and pulling them down; arms change to pushing them in front of you at chest level and pulling them back
  13. Hopping hip twist hops to single-single-double pattern, arms are held at shoulder level and elbows bend in opposition to hips
  14. Repeat #7-13 two more times
  15. Split jacks (jumping jack feet but alternate one leg in front of the other, while one arm pushes in front of you and the other pushes out to side, alternate arm positions as leg positions change)
  16. Hopping knee raises to single, single, double pattern, raise arms overhead and pull them down to knees
  17. Quarter turn hops to one side with bow and arrow arms
  18. Repeat #17 on other side of body
  19. Alternate #17 & 18
  20. High knee jog
  21. Fast feet run
  22. Squat (no jumping)
  23. Hop forward and back to single, single, double pattern, arms swing forward and back in time with legs
  24. Repeat #15-23
  25. Repeat #1-5
  26. Repeat #17-13
  27. Repeat #15-23
  28. Shift hop side to side

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2 thoughts on “SanFran Fitness: The Best 25 Mins Rebounding Workout to Boost Circulation & Lymph

  1. Hey 👋 thank you for doing this workout today. The reason I called this a lymphatic drainage is because we focus on a lot of arm movements that are above the head and moving. This helps to stimulate the lymph nodes and get everything pumping.
    Pace wise this is no quicker than our usual 128 Bpm workouts that we usually do.
    I’m glad you enjoyed it anyway and as always thank you for writing about us 😀

    Thank you
    SanFran Fitness

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    1. I don’t know why but it felt quicker to me–I usually don’t have a problem keeping pace with you but I was working very hard to keep up with you in that workout. Not on every move, but on several of them. Not a criticism btw–I love working hard!

      And you’re right, some of the arm movements in the first circuit are different from what you normally do–I didn’t realize that is what made the workout more lymphatic. I stand corrected!

      I am looking forward to your new favorites rebounder workout that you posted yesterday. It looks awesome! I was very pleased to see my favorite move was included! I plan to do that workout next week.

      Thank you for creating such fun and excellent rebounder workouts!

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