Rebounder Trampolines

Written by Patricia Skinner
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There are many reasons why a trampoline can be a great health asset to you and your family. Whatever your level of health, low impact exercise such as trampolining can be of the greatest benefit. It is far better than say, jogging along a road, which can be very high impact.

In addition, rebounding stimulates your entire body. Even people who haven't exercised for ages, or who suffer from some kind of health problem can benefit from trampoline play. The exercise you get will strengthen every muscle in your body, including your heart (which is a muscle). In addition, your blood and lymph circulation will be prodded into action.

Beginning Anew With a Rebounder

The type of aerobic stimulation you get from rebounding encourages your cells to give up toxic loads. Your blood becomes more highly oxygenated and distributes this oxygen to every part of your body--sometimes to parts that will have been deprived of oxygen for a long time. This cleansing and stimulation can make all the difference to the way you look and feel.

Long term use of a trampoline will enable you to reap such benefits as better sleep, better sense of well being, and less pain. Ideally you can use a rebounder for up to 40 minutes a day, five times a week. You need not have any worries about delicate joints, as rebounding poses no threat here.

Trampolining is of particular benefit to children, helping them to develop hand-eye coordination, balance and other developmental milestones. Children with special needs can benefit even more from therapy with a trampoline. Experts cite benefits such as increased ability to communicate, and better physical coordination for all types of physical or mental disability.


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