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Nabih

For Fayth Caruso, Jeremy Sonkins or someone with the best answer: I'm not in shape at all but my Bellicon was slowly making a noticeable change as I began a simple routine of 11minutes with simple bounces. However, I started stretching before using my rebounder and I went too far too fast and pulled something; maybe a tendon or ligaments in my right leg. Now I can't workout until it heals. My question is should I work out very lightly, and if not, how long do I have to wait before I can start back up?

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Sandra Riddell

I'm not an expert, but you could always bounce sitting and even on your back, and still get a lot of benefit.  

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Felix Kunhardt

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For Fayth Caruso, Jeremy Sonkins or someone with the best answer: I'm not in shape at all but m...

Hi Nabih, I am sorry to hear that - hope you get better soon. Please always consult a physician - we can not give you serious advice through this forum. If I had that pain, I would take it easy until the pain is really gone. Also, do not stretch before the training - best time to do stretching is after the training - when the muscles are warmed up and more flexible. Hope that helps a bit!

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