Rebounding doesn’t require you to buy lots of expensive equipment or pay membership fees – all you need is a mini trampoline. The good thing about rebounding is that using a trampoline makes it low impact, so it can be beneficial to almost anyone. Even if you’re disabled or elderly you can use a trampoline to help improve your fitness.
Even better, you can do your rebounding routine in the privacy of your own home, and can watch TV while you’re doing it. So no more endless hours staring at the gym walls. There’s no need to take time out of your busy schedule or plan out an exercise regime, you just hope on the trampoline and start rebounding.
There are lots of health benefits you can gain from exercising on a mini-trampoline, here’s just a few to get you started:
- Exercise your whole body in one session
- Strengthen your muscles
- Strengthen your bones; very important if you’re older or at risk of osteoporosis
- Improve the functioning of the lymphatic system
- Improve the elasticity of your skin, which helps reduce the effects of aging
All of these benefits combine to improve your overall state of health and give you a feeling of well-being. In addition, exercise helps your body become stronger and more resistant to disease and illness.
Of course there’s not just physical health benefits, these are some more general areas that you can improve by trampolining:
- Lose some weight
- Lower your cholesterol
- Increased energy
- Improve your coordination and balance
- Reduce stress and tension