Rebounding research has proven the many health benefits of rebounding – you can burn 100’s of calories, stimulate lymphatic drainage, improve the immune system, improve posture and reduce body fat.
Although rebounding feels like a new fitness craze it has actually been in the UK for over 10 yearsebounding experts MaXimus Life are the designers and makers of the robust, high quality and low impact .
Every single cell is worked when rebounding including internal organs, muscles and skin, leading to benefits such as increase in muscular strength and tone, strengthening pelvic floor and deep abdominal muscles, and toning and tightening of skin.
Rebounding is well researched and is proven to deliver many health benefits:
- Aids Lymphatic circulation
- Improves Immune System
- Burns Hundreds of calories
- Improves Posture, balance and co-ordination
- Increases muscular strength and muscle tone
- Strengthens core muscles
- Tones and tightens skin
- Strengthens pelvic floor and muscles of the inner unit
- Increases bone density, reducing risk of osteoporosis
- Improves bladder control
And not to mention great fun too – try rebounding without smiling!
Rebounding exercise is accomplished by jumping only a few inches off the surface of the rebounder (a specially designed mini-trampoline) and is based around functional movement patterns that work all the muscles in the body.
It uses familiar aerobics moves, sports specific conditioning moves and core stabilization techniques.
Rebounding is the only form of exercise that utilizes gravity, acceleration and deceleration by working on the vertical plane in order to gain health-related benefits.
The rebounder subjects the body to gravitational pulls ranging from 0 at the top of each bounce, to up to 3.24 times the force of gravity at the bottom.
It’s this increase in G-force that makes rebounding so effective.