Benefits of Rebounding
I used to run a studio dedicated to bounce fitness. It’s a great, low impact way to exercise for people of all ages.
We offered a variety of bounce fitness classes, including boot camps, yoga bounce, cardio and low impact rehabilitation classes. So as you can see, rebounding has a lot to offer.
The Benefits of Rebounding
- Stimulates Lymphatic circulation after only 2 minutes of bouncing (including light pulses) (good for detoxification)
- Rebounding for longer than 20 minutes at a moderate intensity increases the mitochondria count within the muscle cells, essential for endurance.
- Strengthens and tones cells and internal organs
- Tones and tightens skin
- Helps alleviate allergies
- Tones muscles
- Aids in fat loss
- Lowers blood pressure
- Increases respiratory capacity
- Increases production of red blood cells
- Improves circulation
- Strengthens the muscoskeletal system though increased g-force
- Protects joints against chronic fatigue
- Protects from disease because more oxygen is delivered to tissues
- Promotes tissue repair
Rebounding takes the jarring out of activities requiring heavy weight bearing on joints.
The main disadvantage of an activity like jogging is the physical stress on lower limbs and feet. Using the trampoline takes up to 80% off the stress of your weight-bearing joints. Using a mini trampoline is a wonderful option for everyone, especially seniors or anyone recuperating from accidents or injuries. It’s also excellent exercise for those who have been sedentary and are starting an exercise program.
Rebounding Benefits for Children
- The trampoline is one of the most helpful training devices for co-ordination and muscle control. Trampolining is recommended for all children, but especially for children with poor co-ordination. Tremendous improvements have been noted in areas of total visual and body control that are necessary for success in the classroom.
- When on the trampoline a person’s left side and right side must bounce in unison and requires a steady body rhythm. Such a rhythm is demanded by few other activities. Using a trampoline forces the brain to function bilaterally (use of both sides of the brain) which results in greatly improved bilateral motor skill development.
- Bouncing on a trampoline will bring about almost unbelievable changes in co-ordination and development. A child with poor coordination benefits dramatically, but every child will gain co-ordination that carries over to every physical activity.
- Kids Bounce is easy and offers immediate success and accomplishment. It gives a feeling of exhilaration and motivates them to try harder. Everyone gains courage and self-confidence. Everybody wins! For children the fascination never wears off because there is always a new skill or trick to learn.
These are just some of the benefits, please refer to http://www.evolutionhealth.com/rebounder/rebounding-benefits.htm for more benefits of rebounding.