Trampolines are a Great Form of Exercise
Have you ever noticed how children naturally enjoy jumping on a bed? Then you can use this to your advantage by getting them a trampoline for some exercise. In an age full of computer games and television, most children do not get the required amount of exercise require to build a healthy body. Unlike jogging on hard surfaces which puts extreme stress on certain joints such as the ankles and knees, jumping on trampolines cushions the joints of any jarring actions which will eventually cause long term damage.
There has also been studies which show that jumping on a spring trampoline for an hour (also known as rebounding exercises), will burn more calories than the same person jogging for an hour. You do not need to jump high for rebounding exercises to be effective, in fact everyone should start with a 'health bounce' where your feet remain in contact with the mat. Health bounces is sufficient to obtain all the benefits of rebounding while gently strengthening the entire body. People who jump on spring trampolines a few times a day for a minimum of 10 minutes each time find they're able to work longer, sleep better, and feel less tense. The effect is not just psychological, because the action of bouncing up and down against gravity is one of the most beneficial aerobic exercises ever developed.
Jumping on a Trampoline Detoxifies the Body
The human body needs to move. The lymphatic system bathes every cell, carrying nutrients to the cell and toxins away. Contrary to blood circulation which is pumped by the heart, the lymphatic system is totally dependent on physical exercise to move. Without adequate movement, the cells are starving for nutrients and have no way to release its toxins. A trampoline spring action boosts the function of the lymphatic system by enhancing the impact of each movement in a positive way.
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