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The Quick Answer Is: It Depends.
If you're looking for a social activity that's good for cardio and gets your heart rate up, a trampoline class will do just that. However, if you seriously want to tackle other health problems, jumping up and down really fast isn't what you need. You need slower, targeted movements on a rebounder. That's what the Cellercise® program is for. We have videos displaying the various movements that can help target back, hip, knee, and ankle problems. There are exercises best suited for aiding the lymphatic system. We've even designed movements for those with diabetes. Regardless the health situation - rebounding is one of the best options available in exercise - but it needs to be more than just jumping up and down really fast for a cardio workout in a trampoline class.
What Is This New Trampoline Class Craze?
The fitness world goes through changes every year. One minute, everyone is pouring their energy into spin classes on a Friday morning before work, and the next, they're taking it slower with hot Yoga. The trends come and go, but the newest trend right now is trampolining. And rightly so: a mini trampoline (or rebounder) is widely becoming accepted as one of the most efficient & effective forms of exercise.
We love a trend, and everyone jumps on the latest bandwagon - no pun intended - with blind abandon. Jumping on bouncy mats transports you back to your childhood where you remember jumping with abandon, your heart racing and your laughs reaching the sky. Trampolining is supposed to be fun, with the added bonus of a fantastic cardio session.
These trendy trampolining classes set jumps and movements to music that's booming through the hall, and they are promoted to deliver a way to have fun while working out, helping you to learn balance and coordination at the same time. They use more giant trampolines for the most part, and you can find SO many different reasons to go to these classes over running. While it's a nice alternative to running - which can be tedious, or swimming - which can be lonely, trampolining allows you to have a lot of fun while you get your heart rate up.
4 Benefits Of Trampolining Classes
As opposed to pounding the pavement, trampolining is low impact and is kinder to your joints. The surface of the trampoline moves as you land, which reduces the impact of the landing and isn't as harsh on your ankles, knees, and hips. You can increase your heart and breath rate and improve your cardiovascular fitness when you do it regularly.
Improvement To Lymphatic Function
The lymphatic system is vital for our immunity, and exercise generates the movement required to keep it moving. The up and down motion that is created during a session of trampolining is useful for the lymphatic system, as it's so easy to perform! It's a great way to keep the waste products in your body moving and clear the body of the toxins that take time to build up.
Great For Balance
So many people struggle with their balance when they first start trampolining, but trampolines are actually fantastic as a tool for helping you with your balance. When you jump, you don't bounce into the same place every time, but your body learns how to find its center of gravity, enabling you to improve your balance every session.
It's Downright FUN!
Come on, you've seen the kids screaming on the trampolines and bouncy castles. Jumping is exhilarating. It's the split second of flight your body gets that you don't find in many other sports, and you're so much more likely to stick to it when you see an activity fun.
Your Unique Health
Is it right for your unique health situation? Well, no, not always! Trampolining shouldn't be used as a tool for serious weight loss and toning, but more for a fun way to get the heart rate going. Not everyone can participate in trampolining, due to age or ability or even the fact that they've recently had a baby and their bladder isn't up to the task just yet. It's not inclusive as a sport, and it's not something that is going to target your fitness in the same way as other cardio or weights can.
What's The Alternative?
So, you still want to go jumping for fun and fitness, but trampolining doesn't quite fit your needs. What you need instead is something slower, more structured, such as Cellercise®. Cellercise® is newer to the market as a form of exercise, and it's been recommended by hundreds of health professionals. They understand that with ten minutes of exercise per day, you can gain a lot!
Cellercise® is entirely different from the typical mini trampolines on the market. Rebounding classes are cropping up everywhere, but these often use mini trampolines that use canvas and nylon and usually look the same as a Cellerciser®. However, these can stretch, straining the ankle and causing injury. With the Cellerciser®, you don't have to worry about the material stretching. It moves with the spring and doesn't throw you off balance. It sounds too good to be true, but rebounder classes using a Cellerciser® are far more likely to improve your health than standard mini trampolining classes can.
Sounds Too Good To Be True
Except that it's not! Here are some of the ways a slower rebounder class with a Cellerciser® can help you:
- Improves blood flow
- Increases oxygenation
- Boosts the immune system
- Builds muscle
- Tones the body
- Sheds the fat
Contact Us Now
Trendy trampolining classes are good for fun, but if you're serious about your health and you want to see results, contact us today Toll-Free: (800) 856-4863 or email@example.com. We can talk you through the unit as well as how it can help you, and change your future - for good.
NOTE: Remember to always consult with your doctor or health professional before starting new exercise routines.