Benefits of Rebounding
There are so many benefits to rebounding that I will only provide a quick list now:
- Increased metabolism
- Assist with weight loss
- Boost lymphatic drainage and immune function, thus detoxifying your entire body
- Strengthen your skeletal system, decrease bone loss and even increase bone mass
- Improve digestion
- Improve balance by stimulating the vestibule in the middle ear
- Improve coordination and proprioception through the use of moves involving complex movements or choreography
- Improved posture through overall strengthening of muscles throughout the body and a strengthened core
- More than twice as effective as running without the extra stress on the ankles and knees
- Reduces cellulite by increasing the lymphatic flow in your body
- Lowers cholesterol
- Increases endurance on a cellular level by stimulating mitochondrial production for cell energy
- Improve the effects of other exercise – one study found that those
who rebounded for 30 seconds between weight lifting sets saw 25% more
improvement after 12 weeks than those who did not. This is why many athletes include rebounding as part of their exercise regime
- Helps circulate oxygen throughout the body to increase energy and vitality
- Improve circulation by decreasing blood pooling in veins to improve chronic edema and even lowering blood pressure by aiding blood circulation
- Exercises all 638 muscles in your body and improves overall muscle tone
- Fun! With so many movement and exercise variations it is difficult to get bored with rebounding. Take it from someone who has literally been rebounding an average of 4 times a week for the past 3 years
- Relieves stress. It’s hard to stay stressed when bouncing up and down especially to music you enjoy!
- Convenient. Exercise any time in the comfort of your home or even bedroom. Ronald Reagan used to keep his at the foot of his bed. Anthony Robbins even rebounds during the breaks of his workshops and between his appearances on stage.
- Ultimately, look & feel great!