Trampoline Workout: The Best Reasons to Use an Exercise Trampoline | Physical and Mental Health

Trampoline Workout: The Best Reasons to Use an Exercise Trampoline | Physical and Mental Health

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Exercise trampolines and rebounders have been around for a while now. The reason they continue to stick around long past other fitness fads is because they offer truly dynamic health benefits. Let’s take a look at just a couple of the reasons why using a rebounder is beneficial for overall wellness.

Physical Health

The first benefit is demonstrated in a person’s physical health. Hundreds of studies have proven that rebounding offers significant physical health benefits, including weight loss, increased endurance, better bone and joint health, improved balance and agility, and even enhanced immunity. Rebounding allows for improved physical health by combining the powers of gravity, acceleration and deceleration. While rebounding, you are actually increasing the amount of gravitational pull on your body through bouncing. This increased weight of gravity forces your entire body into action, strengthening your cells, muscles and cardiovascular system. The physical benefits are virtually endless when it comes to rebounding. But we certainly haven’t addressed all of the benefits of rebounding yet. The mental health benefits are also significant.

Mental Health

First of all, rebounding is just plain fun. Chances are that you will catch yourself smiling while rebounding. If you hadn’t noticed it so far, be on the lookout for a happy demeanor and a smiling face during your next rebounding session. Beyond the rebounder’s ability to make you smile, there are significant mental health benefits to be reaped from rebounding. One such benefit is a feeling of well-being and relaxation that is obtained after a rebounding session. The combination of fun exercise with the release of endorphins through physical activity can assist with improving attitude and awareness, creating a more effective form of mental presence. In addition to a feeling of well-being, rebounding can also improve memory and learning abilities. This is due to the improved oxygenation of cells throughout your body and brain which allows for increased memory retention and learning capacity. If you’d like to learn more about the benefits of rebounding or the Cellerciser®, be sure to visit our Support page to fill out the contact form and receive more information.
NOTE: Remember to always consult with your doctor or health professional before starting new exercise routines.
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