21 April 2011

Bounce Bounce... Rebound!


How fun does this Nutty-Seedy-Oaty Energy Orb look to eat?


Spirulina & Ginseng Defence Boost - Bounce Natural Energy Ball


Positive: They are super nutritious and give you energy
Negative: Too sweet and over-powered by almond and vanilla extract


Know what else goes Bounce Bounce Bounce...


A Mini Trampoline a.k.a Rebounder!


And it's a guaranteed exercise to boosts your energy :)


Did You Know? Only 5-20 minutes of rebounding 
can provide amazing benefits such as reduced depression, 
increased metabolism, better lymphatic circulation, injury reduction, improved bone density and more!

20 comments:

Lisa Fine said... [reply]

Too bad that little Bounce was overly sweet. It looked like it might have been a good snack. Oh well.

Hope you're studying's going well!

Jess said... [reply]

I WANT A TRAMPOLINE!!

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

I use to love working out on the trampoline. We had to get rid of it due to space.

Kristi said... [reply]

I've heard of the rebounder, but haven't tried it. I guess I have cause my daughter has a mini trampoline... maybe I need to get it out and try it out.

Kath (My Funny Little Life) said... [reply]

I've read about the benefits of trampoline jumping and though about getting one myself, but my ceilings are too low. :(

The energy ball looks fun! I don't like too (sugar) sweet, though. What's the dark, gooey stuff inside?

Chelsea said... [reply]

I love trampolines! I used to do gymnastics and that was always my favourite part!

Michal said... [reply]

I love jumping on a trampoline, but i rarely get to do so since im not the most coordinated! Usually im having so much fun i go flying off and get hurt :(

Gillian said... [reply]

This is awesome, I was just looking into buying a rebounder today!!

Tine said... [reply]

Oh god! I would like to grip that energy ball from your picture! It looks so good, my kinda thing! But I don't like too sweet food too. Thanks for the review.
Have fun with your trampoline! :)

thequirkykitchen said... [reply]

Badoing!!!! :-) Love it! I used to carry a bounce ball on long runs...they're great for that!

dancinghopinglivingdreaming said... [reply]

your title reminds me of this Pixar animation... i love it :) good message too haha
part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwRvFW5S-no
part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2btQ0TMiivI&feature=related
part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5Xf6lDUQsY&feature=related

ps ive seen those balls around! i like sweet things so i think they'd be right up my alley. thanks for the review! :)

Hannah {Culture Connoisseur} said... [reply]

Let's talk about why the dough holding it together is gray/green/brown.....it looks funny. :)

We Are Not Martha said... [reply]

That's so perfect! I'd put it right in front of the TV and get tonns of exercise in :)

Sues

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

I want a rebounder!!! I am going to get one to use this summer!!!

Krista said... [reply]

That ball looks pretty good...but dense! I take a rebounder class at my Pilate's studio. So much fun!!

Christin@purplebirdblog said... [reply]

We had a rebounder at my house when I was growing up and I loved it! I want a giant sized trampoline now though ;)

thefirstkitchen.com said... [reply]

That looks so fun! I should dig my little mini trampoline out of storage.

Kelsey @ Clean Teen Kelsey said... [reply]

Too bad it was slightly disappointing. But yay for trampolines!

Kelsey said... [reply]

I haven't seen those bounce balls yet.. energy balls! That is so funny. I'll keep an eye out.

Mildred E. Benn said... [reply]

Trampolines aren't just for kids anymore; bouncing on a trampoline is an excellent cardio workout that burns as many calories per hour as running. You can check trampolinesforyou.com for the top rated safe trampoline, they have helpful buying guides and unbiased reviews.

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