Sheila is a kids' author who learned heaps as a wellness coordinator. She loves to share healthy tidbits with her readers.
The Benefits of a Trampoline Workout Are Mind Boggling!
Jumping on a trampoline is a perfect exercise modality. It's marvelous, efficient and low impact! Trampolines are selling like hotcakes today, varying from a hundred to nearly a thousand dollars. There are large trampolines, rectangular trampolines, indoor trampolines, toddler trampolines, backyard trampolines, folding trampolines, in-ground trampolines and mini trampolines. All are equally effective in providing an excellent workout that targets all the main muscle groups in your body. Rebounding exercise is the basic name given when you engage in a powerful trampoline workout.
A mini trampoline is must have in every home. You can place it in a subtle area that is easily accessible.
When jumping and working up a decent sweat on a trampoline all the lymphatic fluids in your body become detoxified by the gravitational pull of the G-force that's created by your own weight. This strengthens every muscle group in your body, including your heart and lungs. This also makes the benefits of a trampoline workout astounding and tremendously therapeutic.
When you engage in your rebounding exercises, it is safer to start with a healthy bounce and then gradually move into a full-fledged bounce. Your jumping and bouncing will curtail fatigue, slow down the aging process, give your heart a vigorous workout by improving your circulation. Jumping will increase your resting metabolic rate, so you then burn more calories after a trampoline workout.
Doctors Say to Begin Your Trampoline Jumping with a Light Health Bounce
Begin your trampoline workout slowly with a warm-up exercise such as the health bounce, where you easily bounce up and down gently without jumping forcefully. You can swing your arms repeatedly to strengthen your biceps and triceps, and then you can shake your hands vigorously. This will make your hands and fingers agile. There is no need to feel afraid falling off of your mini trampoline when there is a trampoline bar you can hold on to if you lose your balance. The trampoline bar is like the training wheels on a kid's bike. As you become more comfortable in your rebounding exercises, you will not need to hold onto a bar. You will be strong enough to jump freely.
The beauty of a trampoline is you need not jump for more than a half an hour to feel the effects of your workout. Just ten minutes a day will be super effective in toning your principal muscles, especially your leg muscles and improving your body composition, muscle to a fat ratio. As you gain equilibrium and improve your balance, you will be able to jump to the sounds of upbeat disco or house music and possibly dance on your home trampoline.
You’ll soon realize how jumping is so much fun and doesn't feel like an arduous workout at all. Rebound exercises are not vigorous; it is highly effective for oxygenation! This means it brings a great deal of needed oxygen to your body, making you feel livelier, by naturally increasing your energy reserves.
Bouncing on a Trampoline Moves Your Lymphatic System
The optimal health aspect of jumping on a trampoline is, it has successfully moved your lymphatic system and strengthens your immunity throughout your body, by detoxifying your lymph nodes. Without movement, your lymph fluid in your cells will become stagnant and trapped with toxic waste. Rebounding exercises get this lymph fluid moving to your colon for removal through a regular bowel movement.
Within ten minutes, you will feel more energetic after a trampoline workout. First, start by warming up with a gentle bounce called the health bounce for two minutes, next jump up and down forcefully. You can perform twenty to thirty jumping jacks on your mini trampoline or backyard trampoline, do half-moon jump turn-a-rounds. Look around at your surroundings as you are turning around to strengthen your eyes followed by jump squats. Skipping in place on a trampoline is always fun, so is jumping back and forth followed by jumping from side to side.
Remember to complete your workout with a cool down by finally settling into a gentle bounce, where your feet remain on your trampoline mat while bouncing.
A trampoline is easy to fit into your busy lifestyle since you don't need to allocate a lot of time to devote to exercise. Ten minutes of rebounding exercises are comparable to thirty minutes on a treadmill that only works for a few muscle groups. You can easily jump on your trampoline for a couple of minutes throughout your day when you need a quick pick-me-up to unwind.
In no time, you’ll see your extra fat disappearing, and your core muscles becoming stronger. The stress you face on your shoulders will disappear, and you'll feel more relaxed.
In today’s busy world full of obligations to tend to, ten minutes a day devoted to your well-being is a tiny price to pay. A disciplined framework of trampoline workout benefits will last a lifetime and keep you healthy from the inside out.
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© 2010 Sheila Craan
Sheila Craan (author) from Florida on February 15, 2011:
Thank you Lumexflower! I look forward to my trampoline workout on my mini trampoline. The more I jump the more I want to jump. Trampolining is so much fun!
lumexflower on February 15, 2011:
your hub is very informative. Thanks for sharing. Trampolining is not only for losing weight, it also in creases the circulation of your body. Unlike normal exercise in this rebouncing exercise, every muscle works out.
Sheila Craan (author) from Florida on January 02, 2011:
Thank you IdeaMorphist! I love jumping too! A trampoline is a great workout.
IdeaMorphist from Chicagoland on January 02, 2011:
I love the trampoline, and it is such a work out... the big ones are great because I love flipping :)
Sheila Craan (author) from Florida on December 06, 2010:
Thanks Acaetnna! Trampolining will inspire you, it's fun and not time consuming when you have one placed in your home near a TV or CD player.
acaetnna from Guildford on December 06, 2010:
Great info - I really must get inspired to exercise!