Bounce Fitness Benefits

5 Bounce Fitness Benefits

Bounce Fitness, also known as Rebounding is exercising while jumping on a mini trampoline. It has been around since the early 1980’s, and has recently started gaining traction in the group fitness industry.

Why wouldn’t Bouncing be climbing in popularity? It's a full body workout, efficient, fun, and offers a multitude of benefits.

Who is Rebounding For?


Everyone should be adding low impact exercises to their routine, and Rebounding is a valuable way to do that. It doesn’t matter if you are already a fitness enthusiast, run marathons, have concerns about your joints, or are just getting started. Simply jumping vertically, up and down, on your trampoline has many benefits. However, it is not the only way to exercise with your trampoline; you can add Rebounding to any of your favorite activities.

The possibilities are limitless!








5 Bounce Fitness Benefits


Low-impact cardio is a safe and effective method of exercise that will burn calories and build muscle, without causing impact on your joints.

The surface of the trampoline absorbs 80% of the shock. Moving on hard surfaces, like roads, sidewalks, and treadmills, doesn’t have a lot of give, so they have higher impact on the joints.

Rebounding offers many of the same health benefits as more physically demanding workouts, without the impact and stress on your joints.

Boosts Immunity

Rebounding is more effective than other workouts for lymphatic drainage. The gravitational pull of bouncing vertically on the mini trampoline causes the lymphatic valves to open and close, excreting toxins and dead cells. The lymphatic system drains waste from your muscles, and improves immunity.

Cardio Fitness

Rebounding is an aerobic exercise, which increases oxygen flow and improves lung capacity. While pumping oxygen through the body, Rebounding can lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and can strengthen your heart.

Supports Bone Health Rebounding supports bone strength and density, while decreasing bone resorption, making it a good option if you have osteoporosis. Bouncing puts a small amount of pressure on the bones, which helps them grow stronger.

Convenient Rebounding is the perfect at-home workout, that really only requires an investment in ONE piece of equipment. It's lightweight, and easily storable (foldable options available). What do you think the number one excuse is for not lacing up your shoes and hitting the pavement for a run? If you guessed the weather, then you are correct! No more skipping out due to weather, or making excuses for not having room for gym equipment!

There are many different brands of mini trampolines. I use JumpsportFitness Trampolines!

Their durability and smooth bouncing elastic cords are ideal for active kids to active aging adults!


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