Rebounding is a widely used trampoline exercise used by many to keep in shape nowadays. Rebounding allows you to achieve a weightless state at the top of each jump and land with twice the force of gravity (2G) on each bounce. Rebounding exercise is suitable for everyone in your family. Stabilizers that come with many rebounders (mini trampolines) can be used to help balance yourself when you're just starting out, or if you are rebounding as part of a physiotherapy course.
Using mini trampolines as a rebounding exercise greatly strengthens every muscles and cells in your body. It also helps strengthen organs and tissues in your body, making it an excellent choice of exercise. Some research indicates that rebounding on a mini trampoline can achieve greater biomechanical stimuli than jogging. Rebounding on a mini trampoline improves your blood circulation and also increases your lymphatic circulation. The increases blood circulation also improves oxygen flow to the brain. The overall effects of rebounding exercise on a mini trampoline strengthen your heart, improve your blood circulation, stimulate the flow in your lymphatic system, revitalize vision, reduce stress, and improve your immune system.
Here are some of the rebounding benefits:
Articles for Saturday 29 December, 2007