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The Miracle of Rebounding!

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Jumping on a trampoline certainly has many, many benefits. The one I like best is that it is like an investment in retaining a youthful body.

Yes, you heard right! Each cell of your body is like a balloon. Jumping on a trampoline puts them repeatedly under stress as they need to resist the increased G- force. With time, the cell’s membrane gets thicker, thus firmer, and gains elasticity. Your skin is a community of cells. Therefore, regular use of a mini trampoline will firm your skin and increase its elasticity. Youth in a jump and you can’t bottle that!

Other health benefits include Cardiovascular Benefit, it also Aids the Lymphatic System which some other exercises don’t do. Of course, it helps with weight loss too which is never a bad thing. It is good for Injury reduction, balance, back ache, a great stress reliever, helps for incontinence, and very importantly for young and old it builds bone mass according to NASA.

But hey, most of all its FUN!!! “Jump Around, jump up and get down, Jump around…”(House of Pain)

On the rebound: Jumping on a trampoline or skipping a rope – the benefits to your health, adding spice to your work-out routine or for burning calories, are astounding. As a calorie burner, you would have to run an eight-minute mile to work off more calories than you would by jumping rope.

Jumping improves cardiovascular fitness and tones the upper and lower body muscles simultaneously. Invest in a trampoline as it is a fun exercise that the whole family can participate in.

Do you want to work off that candy bar? – Jump rope for 15-20 minutes. Skipping ropes are not expensive, will fit in a briefcase and can be used by all members of the family. If done properly rope jumping has lower impact on your knees, ankles and hips than jogging according to Peter Schulman, MD, associate professor, Cardiology/Pulmonary Medicine.

When we rebound the gravitational pull, pushes out toxins. When you are suspended in mid-air, being weightless lowers pressure in your cells & promote the flow of nutrients. Lymph flow increases by approximate 15 times+. Oxygen flow increase and it stimulate your metabolism. Rebounding is relaxing and eases headaches.

So, go hop, skip & jump today!

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