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4 Reasons to Get Your Bounce On with a Rebounder

This year, bounce your way to fitness. Rebounding, which is the practice of bouncing on a mini-trampoline, has been a popular exercise in the past, and is now becoming popular once again. However, you shouldn't just hop on a trampoline because it is a fad, but do so because it has so many amazing benefits for your health and body.

It Burns A Lot of Calories

Not only is jumping on a mini trampoline a lot of fun, but it can burn a lot of calories. Trade in your treadmill workout for a rebounding workout. One small study found that people burned as many calories per minute rebounding as they did on a treadmill.

Say Goodbye to Sick Days

Working out can boost your immune system. However, rebounding boosts your immune system even more. This is because bouncing on the rebounder can increase circulation in the lymphatic system. So if you are looking for the perfect workout to tone your legs and help you avoid sick days, rebounding may be the perfect choice. One study done on rebounding and the immune system suggests bouncing for at least 20 minutes a day to give your lymphatic system the best benefits. Twenty minutes a day can lead to lower cholesterol levels, improve chronic infections, such as ear infections, and lower your chance of contracting the flu bug.

Increase Your Stability and Gracefulness

Mini trampolines are not just for bouncing. They can also be a great training tool for stability exercises. A study from the The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research shows that stability exercises done on a rebounder help to improve balance among individuals with ankle sprain injuries. Doing single-leg squats on a rebounder can help activate the deep muscles in the abdominal wall that help boost balance and stability.

Rebounding Gives Your Joints a Break

The problem with so many workouts is that they can be too hard on the joints and muscles when done over and over again; this can put you out of commission when you have knee or back pain. However, exercising on a rebounder is gentle on the joints and can reduce the impact the workout has on your joints.

If you love to bounce, then trying a rebounder for your workout is a great idea. It is a lot of fun and can benefit your whole body and health. Rebounding is especially great for those who have been avoiding workouts due to pain or injury.

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