I had bought the book on the strength of the seemingly unanimous five-star reviews. It became clear within minutes that this is the proverbial caveat emptor. One is left wondering how many of these reviews are planted by friends and/or relatives because - anyone with half a brain is able to quickly determine that the book is mostly rubbish. It is a self-published job, amateurishly produced and even more amateurishly written. It has 96 numbered pages, but chapter 1 only starts on p. 11 and the last chapter ends on p. 82. In between you have another 13 pages of blah testimonials with photos of those giving them - likely the author's idea of flattering all her friends ("Oh look, I'm in a book"). Need I say that all the photos, besides being of execrable quality, are well nigh useless on the instructional front? The author is a "certified reboundologist". Correspondence course, anyone? She is "dedicated to...assisting people to care for their Holy Temples for...planetary healing". 'Nuff said?
She endorses a single manufacturer of Rebounders whose name she can't spell right (p. 78). Be warned.