Does Rebounding Burn Belly Fat?

Can You Lose Belly Fat by Rebounding and Jumping on a Mini Trampoline?

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If you’ve been struggling to lose stubborn belly fat, you aren’t alone. Belly fat is not just some of the body fat that’s hardest to lose, it is also dangerous for several reasons. Visceral fat makes you more prone to type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. While looking better may be a primary motivator to lose belly fat, developing an exercise routine and diet to burn belly fat improves your overall health and increases the chances of a longer, healthier life.

Relaxed Woman Sitting on Trampoline

As you consider the various exercises you could try to help you burn belly fat, rebounding may not even register as an option. For most adults, jumping on a mini trampoline seems like a silly way to just have fun, but in reality it’s a great workout that can help you slim down and burn stubborn belly fat faster than you might expect.

How Rebounding Can Help You Lose Weight

Rebounding is more than just a fun way to exercise. It offers a broad range of health benefits that impact everything from your joint health to your metabolism. Additionally, bouncing is a unique form of movement not seen with other more conventional forms of exercise that can boost your lymphatic system functions and help flush your body of harmful toxins like excess lactic acid and dead cells.

Remember, weight loss is a marathon, not a sprint. You have probably seen countless diet pills and fad diets that offer quick results, but these are rarely healthy options. Rapid weight loss is not good for the body and can entail unwanted side effects like excessive loose skin, diminished immune system function, and gastrointestinal difficulties. To take a more responsible path toward losing your belly fat, stick with your new exercise and diet plan for a significant amount of time. The longer you stick with your plan, the better your results will be and the easier it will be to lose the weight and keep it off.

David Hall, owner of Cellercise, recommends using a jogging motion on the Cellercise rebounder to achieve belly fat loss while simultaneously toning the skin of the stomach:

“The advantage of using the Cellerciser to jog is you can tilt backwards slightly with your knees up to target the muscles in the abdominal region during an aerobic routine. This combination of aerobics and leveraging body weight to the abdominal muscle groups work effectively to burn off weight. You cannot do this on the ground.”

Enhancing Your Calorie Deficit With Rebounding

When it comes to losing weight, there is one simple rule that applies to everyone: you need to burn more calories than you consume to lose weight. For each pound of body fat, you need a calorie deficit of about 3,500 calories. If you create a deficit of 3,500 calories every seven days, that equates to losing about one pound of fat per week, which is a very reasonable weight loss goal for almost anyone to achieve.

One of the most difficult parts of losing belly fat is creating a large enough calorie deficit. The body tends to burn fat in other areas first before burning visceral fat like belly fat. It is not uncommon for someone to develop a solid calorie deficit and see weight loss in the face, legs, arms, and upper torso before seeing a significant decrease in belly fat. This may discourage some people who want to see their bellies shrink first, but this is all part of building a healthier lifestyle.

Rebounding is a fantastic exercise to add to any weight loss plan, especially if you want to finally get rid of stubborn belly fat that seems to linger no matter what other exercises you try. Rebounding is not only easy and accessible, but it also provides unique health benefits that other exercises simply don’t offer.

Rebounding and Gravity

One of the most unique aspects of rebounding when it comes to weight loss is how the movement causes the effect of gravity to fluctuate within your body. At the top of each bounce you experience a brief feeling of weightlessness, and at the bottom of each bounce before you rebound you feel heavier than you actually are. This is because rebounding causes your body to experience the sensation of zero-gravity and three times the normal gravitational pull on your body in a very brief time.

This gravitational sensation activates the T-lymphocytes of the body’s lymphatic system. The muscle contractions that occur during rebounding cause up to three times as much activity in the lymphatic system than usual, spurring the lymphatic system to burn more toxins in the body. The function of the lymphatic system is to remove pathogens from the body through sweat secretion. Sweating not only cools the body down, but also removes bacteria, dead cells, and other waste products that would otherwise accumulate within the body.

Rebounding is not a magical solution to building the perfect calorie deficit, but it can help you create the calorie deficit you need to burn belly fat when done in tandem with a healthy diet and lifestyle. Create a calorie deficit by changing up the foods you eat. Avoid sugars and refined carbohydrates and replace them with more grams of healthy fats and lean protein throughout the day. Lower-calorie foods and foods rich in soluble fiber can help you feel fuller and boost your metabolism.

Your New Weight Loss Routine with Rebounding

Sticking with an exercise routine can be difficult, but one of the best benefits of rebounding is that it is very easy to switch up your exercises to not only keep things fun and interesting, but also work more muscle groups and burn fat in different parts of your body. You can simply bounce up and down to see weight loss and tone the muscles of your legs, lower abdomen, thighs, and buttocks, but, if you work in additional movements, you can tone other parts of the body.

One of the best exercises you can do on your mini trampoline to target your belly fat is oblique twists. With each bounce, keep your feet close together and twist your hips one way and your shoulders in the opposite direction. Switch the directions with every bounce. This exercise not only works your lower body muscle groups but also strengthens your core and helps slim your waist.

Another benefit of rebounding is that it is easy to add a quick but intense workout to your daily routine. Not everyone has the flexibility to devote a solid hour to the gym every day, but some research suggests quick but intense workouts can be just as effective for weight loss as longer workout sessions. A mini trampoline can be a fantastic investment for anyone struggling with stubborn belly fat as long as rebounding becomes part of a healthier lifestyle and contributes to creating a solid calorie deficit. David Hall reminds Cellerciser users,” A lot of belly fat is inside of the body. People can get discouraged that they don’t see results initially since they are burning from the inside out. This is a good thing.”

Sticking with a solid workout routine on a rebounder is a great way to lose weight and tone down belly fat. Remember that the content of this article is to inform readers about the potential benefits of a Cellerciser for those who wish to slim down and eliminate belly fat. This content is not medical advice nor does it intend to treat any specific medical issue. Always speak to a doctor before starting any new exercise routine.

 

NOTE: Remember to always consult with your doctor or health professional before starting new exercise routines.

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Dave Hall

Dave Hall, a.k.a., Mr. Rebounder, is the Creator of the Cellercise rebounder movement. His Center for Cellular Health was founded in 1995 and is dedicated to teaching and promoting the Cellology concept. For over 30 years David Hall continues to be a sought after motivational speaker, demonstrator, and teacher. He speaks before Universities, Fortune 500 companies, medical groups, professionals, celebrities, military, SWAT, fire, police, and professional groups worldwide. David’s personal mission is to inspire physical, mental, spiritual and emotional health and well being in people of all ages. He demonstrates that we all have a greater physical and health potential. David travels extensively throughout the United States, sharing his proven ten-minute Cellercise® Program. For more information contact 800-856-4763 or 435-562-4456.