“P” Physical Exercise- INSPIRED | The 8 Pillars of Health explained by Jon & Ty

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“P” Physical Exercise- INSPIRED | The 8 Pillars of Health explained by Jon & Ty

Video Transcript

Ty Bollinger: I used to be big into bodybuilding, so physical exercise has always been huge with me, but it needs to be the right kind of physical exercise.

Jonathan Hunsaker: Welcome, everyone. Jonathan Hunsaker here with Organixx, once again, with my good friend and business partner, Ty Bollinger.

Ty Bollinger: I’ll have to do the handshake a little different this time.

Jonathan Hunsaker: We have to change it up, right?

Ty Bollinger: You’ve got to have some fun.

Jonathan Hunsaker: Keeping it interesting. Listen, we’re doing a whole series of videos, talking about the 8 pillars of health, which is represented by the acronym INSPIRED. Today’s letter is P.

Ty Bollinger: What do you think that the best exercise is for overall health? Not bodybuilding, not snowboarding, but just overall health… what would be the number one? It’s actually jumping on a trampoline.

Jonathan Hunsaker: Rebounding.

Ty Bollinger: Rebounding. It’s actually the best exercise, and the reason why rebounding is so important is because the up and down movement actually pumps your lymphatic system. Now here’s the difference between your lymphatic system and your blood system.

Your blood pumps 24/7 regardless of what you do. And why is that? Because you’ve got a heart. Right? Your heart pumps the blood through your veins. And so, regardless of what you’re doing, your blood’s getting pumped.

The lymphatic system does not have a pump. If you’re not moving, your lymphatic fluid is stagnant. And lymphatic fluid that’s stagnant is toxic. If you’re walking or if you’re running, you’re probably getting enough lymphatic activity where you’re in good shape. This is for people that live a sedentary lifestyle. This is something that you can do once a day and you can stimulate that lymphatic activity to such an extent that you don’t have to worry about having stagnant lymph.

Jonathan Hunsaker: Let’s talk for a second about physical exercise, and let’s talk about the stress that it introduces to the body and how that’s healthy for us.

Ty Bollinger: Let’s look at lifting weights specifically. You’re tearing down muscles when you lift weights. That’s the whole principle behind most types of exercise is that you’re actually stressing the body, you’re tearing it down, then you give yourself a time to rest and it grows back stronger.

Jonathan Hunsaker: The physical exercise gives you small doses of manageable stress, and then your body learns how to deal with stress better, how to process it better, and it actually becomes healthy for you, stressing your body in those ways.

Ty Bollinger: Jon, I think one of the keys to exercise is do what you like. Because if you’re not doing what you like when you’re exercising, you’ll end up not doing it.

Jonathan Hunsaker: Listen, thanks everybody for watching. I hope you’re enjoying this series. I hope that you are INSPIRED to live a healthier lifestyle. I hope these videos are inspiring you to live a healthier lifestyle. Thanks for tuning in. Thanks, Ty.

Ty Bollinger: Thanks, Jon. I appreciate it.

Jonathan Hunsaker: See you guys on the next video.

Ty Bollinger: Move your bodies!

Reader Interactions


  1. I’ve always thought rebounding was excellent because I had read that it exercises every cell in your body as you transition from UP, through a moment of weightlessness, and then DOWN. Years ago I stopped rebounding because I got caught up in other pursuits. Somewhere along the line, I have developed a prolapsed bladder. My doctor suggested that an extensive period of coughing – as a result of bad allergies – caused the problem. I’m concerned that if I begin rebounding it might make the condition worse. Perhaps rebounding could strengthen those muscles and benefit my body in other ways. I would appreciate y our thoughts on the matter. Thank you.

  2. My 72 year old husband will not exercise due to hip pain after2 hip replacements and the thoughts of getting on our rebounder is out of the question for him. What can I do?

  3. WOW, who knew that jumping on a trampoline was the very best exercise? And, there’s one in the backyard. I’m gonna start jumping today. How many minutes is optimal?

  4. very confusing
    you’re just jumping from one topic to another
    rebounding -> but walking/running is sufficient -> tearing muscles
    so what should people get out of this (assuming you’re right)?

  5. What can u do when u have a bad knee (arthritis). It is in the meniscus, not the knee joint. Not severe but can slow u down. I have a elliptical machine but told not to use it. Falling apart fast!!

  6. I could do a rebounder..I have new knee and ankle ..wondered if It would help..its taken me 18months to get this far..I put on 30kls..I need my body back….

  7. Thankyou so much. My grandchildren have a trampoline. Whenever I’ve jumped on it previously I felt sick.
    Should I try again & persevere ?

    • In my very unprofessional experience, I have found that when I haven’t swung or “trampolined” for awhile, the up and down motion makes me queasy, in the case of the trampoline the exertion and high elevation (We were visiting CO) were the main causes for me, I think. I jumped until I had pushed myself a little. The whole week we were there I jumped with my sister and friends, and it seemed I could jump longer some days, especially later in the week. (Again, the extra exertion and lack of oxygen were big factors besides the unusual movement) I would say, jump until you have pushed yourself a bit beyond your comfort level. Doing it several times a week in little doses should be better than making yourself sick, and maybe you will begin to get used to it! (I look forward to hearing Mr. Bollinger’ s opinion, as well!)

  8. I am 70 years young and have used the ReboundAir rebounder for years! There are so many exercises you can do on a rebounder. It is a low impact form of exercise. that doesn’t cause joint pain. You can bounce, stretch, jump, walk, and run on it. I turn on the music according to my mood and exercise away! Lots of fun and great for health.

  9. At last truth in advertising. Usually email titles like this one lead to endlessly long, repetitive, and misleading videos that never answer the question they pose.

    Hooray for you: you got to the point, you embellished just a little, and suggested alternatives that are useful.


  10. I would love to go on a trampoline but, I’m wondering if at 245lbs should I try. Also I have degenerative spinal discs (disc bulges) that gives me lots of pain. Is it safe for me? Thank you Ty.

    • Marilyn,
      We would suggest speaking with a trusted medical professional before trying any new work-out routine.
      Best wishes!

  11. Self-massage daily with warm oil is excellent for Rasavaha shortage, the lymphatic channel,
    Then have a warm bath or shower,
    Lenka Topalovic
    Ayurvedic practitioner

  12. I enjoy receiving your advice on exercise,
    I also know that dancing is an excellent exercise for lymphatic.
    I belong to a rock n roll club , there is a lot of movement and some bouncing too . I feel great in the dress wear ( lifts my endorphins) compared to track pants Or sports wear .
    Research also shows concentrating on dance moves can help fight against Demenita . We have a couple in our club still dancing RnR at 90 yr s old.

  13. Very good and as I have had defuse large B Cell Lymphoma 3 years ago I now do the mini trampoline jumping daily and thanks for letting me know that it is good for the lymphatic system.

  14. Hi Ty, I used to enjoy rebounding, however I had a bad shin splint a few years ago, whenever I try rebounding the shin split starts to hurt again, Do you have any suggestions. I now walk with two poles and raise my arms up and down forcefully. I am soon 73 and am a recovering breast cancer women. Only did naturopathic treatments, Vit C iv etc, still shows CTC so still doing once a week treatments with ND plus doing Keto and much more, I am in Canada.

  15. For those of you wondering “how long to rebound” to get benefits from it: I’ve heard that you can do it for 5 – 10 minutes every hour if you’re sedentary to prevent clotting in the legs etc. The alternative to that is that you should build up to doing 20 – 30 minutes a day minimum to get benefits.

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