Rebounding is a fancy word for jumping on a mini-trampoline. Jumping can be slow or fast, or you can mix it with aerobic stepping and intervals or rest and intensity. Rebounding is an enjoyable way to work leg muscles, strengthen bones, improve balance, and increase endurance.
Rebounding is gaining popularity recently because it is gentle on our joints but also allows us to work on our cardiovascular without straining our body.
Equipment used for rebounding
Rebounding is performed on a mini-trampoline. An excellent mini trampoline must have stable, sturdy legs. Its circumference should be around 36 to 40 inches.
Health benefits of rebounding
- Weight loss: Rebounding is a form of cardiovascular exercise that can boost your metabolism and trigger the burning of excess fat.
- Mood-boosting: Jumping frees you from gravity, and feeling free is great for your health.
- Strengthening: You’ll be surprised at the different muscles that you feel when you start rebounding, from legs to core.
- Cleansing: Rebounding flushes toxins by stimulating your lymphatic system.
- Massage: Rebounding gives you a massage at the cellular level that feels good, and is good for you.
- Improved balance: Rebounding improves coordination, balance, and overall motor skills. It’s good practice for your brain and your muscles. Your brain gets used to adjusting to different positions, and your improved muscle strength keeps you able to adapt to changing situations.
Get a great rebounder today and start having fun. Your body will thank you for it.