Material: Iron, Rubber. Round rebounding surface, rust-resistant rugged frame for long-term use.
Diameter of the jump surface: 72cm
Dimensions: Maximum User Capacity: 100kg.
Warranty: 6-Month Warranty on the mat & bungee cords.
Warranty: 1-Year on the frame.
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Top 8 Benefits of Rebounding
1. Rebounding is Easy and Affordable
- Let’s face it: most of us don’t exercise because of the top three easy-to-tell-ourselves excuses: not enough time, too expensive, or just plain boring. Rebounding fixes all three of those problems! It’s an at-home workout that really only requires one investment into ONE piece of equipment. One of the main reasons people skip out on getting their heart rate up throughout the day is that the weather is bad, or they don’t have space for a full at-home gym. Rebounding lets, you get huge amounts of valuable heart rate interval training in without leaving your house or needing to make a ton of room for a huge piece of equipment.Another benefit of rebounding is that you don’t need tons of classes on how to do it. We all know how to jump (although there are some best practices to rebounding that I’ll be covering below!), so you already have most of the knowledge you’ll need to successfully add this exercise to your routine.
2. Rebounding Stimulates Weight Loss
- We’ve already established that rebounding is an awesome way to get your cardiovascular system going by using most large muscle groups all at once, but it also can help you lose weight. Regular exercise leads to a change in your body composition and promotes weight loss when paired with a healthy and balanced diet. That can be done with rebounding, but studies show that adding as little as 10 minutes of rebounding a day can move the needle on the scale!
3. Rebounding is Gentle on Your Joints
- We put a LOT of strain and impact on our joints. Especially as we get older, it’s important to find ways of exercising that are low-impact for your body! Rebounding is extremely low-impact. The right rebounder shouldn’t hurt your joints or cause strain on your bones. Instead, it builds up your muscles and bone density by toning! You can also do some floor exercises that would normally require you to kneel on the rebounder instead—it feels so much better that way and forces you to use your core to stabilize yourself!
4. Rebounding Impacts Your Blood Sugar
- Many people have trouble managing their blood sugar and are either prediabetic or diabetic. Rebounding three times per week for 20-30 minutes at a time positively impacts blood sugar markers. If you’re looking for extra holistic ways to improve your blood sugar levels, try adding a fiber supplement like this, and rebounding!
5. Rebounding Improves Balance and Co-ordination
- Balance and coordination help keep you steady on your feet throughout the day and prevent falls later in life. Beyond needing balance and coordination in your everyday life, you definitely need those two skills in order to exercise! Rebounding helps improve your balance, especially as you get older. Combine that with being low-impact, and you have the perfect low-stress exercise for preventing falls and building your strength.
6. Rebounding Helps Support Pelvic Floor Health
- Ladies, another amazing as well as one of the most surprising benefits of rebounding is how it supports pelvic floor health. Each time you bounce on the rebounder, your entire body pulls up, which can strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. Especially for women who have recently had a baby, this can help you improve your bladder control just by doing one simple and fun exercise a few times per week! This also helps stabilize your hip joints, which is an awesome way to prevent injury as you age.
7. Rebounding Helps Your Immune System
- Another huge benefit of rebounding is how it helps boost your lymphatic and immune systems. Bouncing promotes drainage through motions and muscle contractions that you usually wouldn’t get from other types of exercise! Rebounding increases the circulation of your lymphatic fluids, which helps drain toxins and other buildups from your body so your immune system can do its best work.
8. Rebounding Builds Healthy Bones and Muscles
- We have a whole blog post about how rebounding helps build bone density and muscle strength. Rebounding lets you build up your cortical bone density, which keeps your bones protected against fractures and injuries when you fall or exercise, and allows you to build more muscle. Combine that with the low-impact nature of rebounding, and you’ve found yourself an exercise that’s perfect for aging adults and athletes who have faced an injury.
Did you know?
- Rebounding has been around for over 50 years.
- It’s as effective as running and has a low impact on joints.
- Springing is slimming.
- It doesn’t feel like exercise.
- Rebounding improves coordination.
- Rebounding improves your circulation.
According to NASA:
“. . . for similar levels of heart rate and oxygen consumption, the magnitude of the
biomechanical stimuli is greater with jumping on a trampoline than with running,
a finding that might help identify acceleration parameters needed for the design
of remedial procedures to avert deconditioning in persons exposed to
This means that rebounding is one of the most effective cardio workouts known to man.
1. Jumping jacks – Step onto the Rebounder, feet shoulder-width apart with a slight bend in your knees. Jump your feet out and lift your arms overhead at the same time. Aiming to meet your hands together at the top. Then jump your feet back in and bring your arms back by your sides. Make sure you’re jumping down into the Rebounder with your core engaged for stability. Repeat ten times.
2. Twists – Bring your feet together and try to keep your legs as close as possible while keeping a bend in the knees. As you jump your feet to the right, twist your arms to the left. Then repeat on the other side, feet to the left and arms to the right. Again engage your core for stability. Repeat ten on each side.
3. Shuffle – Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart with a slight bend in your knees. Shuffle your right foot forward and your left foot back, then repeat on the opposite side. Once you’ve got that part, bring it in your arms. With your arms in at a right angle, you can pump opposite arm to leg – like you would do if running. Repeat ten on each side.
4. Ski – Start with your feet together in the center of the rebounder, zip up your legs so they are locked together with a slight bend in the knees. Keeping everything tight and together jump your feet to the right and then jump immediately to the left. Getting your arms involved will help with the momentum. Have a bend in your arms at the elbows and keep them in at the waist moving them back and forth (like you’re skiing) in line with your feet jumping. Repeat ten times on each side.
Why you should try rebounding?
Rebounding is a low-impact cardiovascular exercise. It’s generally appropriate for people of all ages, from children to older adults.
Following are some additional benefits of rebounding:
- Works the abdominal (core), leg, buttock, and deep back muscles.
- May help improve endurance.
- May stimulate the lymphatic system.
- Rebounding may help your body flush out toxins, bacteria, dead cells, and other waste products.
- May help improve balance, coordination, and overall motor skills.
- Supports bone density, bone strength, and bone formation, while decreasing bone resorptionTrusted Source, so it may be a good option if you have osteoporosis. Bouncing puts small amounts of pressure on the bones, which helps them grow stronger.
- May support pelvic floor health, according to anecdotal reports. Bouncing works the muscles of the deep core that help prevent urinary incontinence and stabilize hip joints.