Kangoo Club Atlanta-Use Kangoo Jumps rebound shoes for running!

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After dislocating my left knee ( while jumping 3 feet off of the floor in a Zumba class) in 2012 and having my right knee completely lock in 2014, I thought I would never run long distance again. It wasn’t worth the injury or career ending risk. I loved it but I gave it up. Then I discovered Kangoo Jumps rebound shoes and all of that changed. In one year, I have ran a 5K, The Peachtree Road Race( a 10K), The GA Half Marathon, and The Run Like a Diva Half Marathon- all in Kangoo Jumps rebound shoes.

Originally designed by a Swiss engineer for use in physical therapy, Kangoo Jumps rebound shoes allow users to burn up to 20 percent more calories, reduce joint impact by up to 80 percent, increase cellulite reduction and stimulate the lymphatic system. It’s like running with a trampoline attached to your feet. My oldest client is 80 and my heaviest client weighed over 300 lbs when they started using the shoes. Anyone with joint issues ( or those that would like to prevent them) should own a pair of these shoes. I’m sold on them every time I wear them as well as every time I teach any other cardio class because my knees take a beating when I jump or run without them.

They are very easy to use. My motto is : People worry about falling when they should be worried about fainting. That’s because they are super easy to balance in but will challenge even the fittest athlete in regards to a cardiovascular challenge.  Visit http://www.kangooclubatlanta.com or call 678-575-4748 to learn more, order shoes, or  register for a class. Kangoo Club Atlanta

 

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