Amazing Health Benefits of Rebounding on a Trampoline

Aside from the fitness reason of having a mini trampoline, there are also multiple health benefits of rebounding. Part of the big ones includes reducing the odds of heart problems, stroke, diabetes, circulation and Alzheimer. Many are doing it because want to lose weight, tone their body, prevent depression, improve energy, mood, and even happiness.

There is even more, bouncing doesn’t even feel like exercise and you’ll be rewarded with a healthy body as well as a better look.

Before I continue to talk about the benefits, let’s talk about what Rebounding really is.

What is Rebounding?

Dr. Walker, in his book Jumping for Health, claims that just 2 minutes of rebounding gives you the physiological benefits equivalent to 22 minutes of walking, 10 minutes of swimming, and 6 minutes of running!


Rebounding is a low impact cardiovascular exercise, suitable for all ages, genders, and fitness levels. It is also an excellent way to have fun while working out at home.

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How does rebounding work? By fighting gravity on every up and down motion, you simultaneously exercise all the cells in your body forcing every muscle to tone and strengthen. Constantly working against gravity, takes your calories through the roof!. NASA and ACE find it as “one of the most effective forms of exercise better than running”.

A LOT of amazing movements can be done on a rebounder and doing it gives you an incredible feeling. Your body is energized and starts releasing endorphin hormones. Plus you can even increase the effectiveness of other workouts like jumping rope, jogging, running, or dancing.

Let’s see the aerobic exercises and the classic health bounce you can do.

*Aerobic Bounce Exercise

You can think of aerobic bounce exercise as jumping jacks, twisting, jogging or running, etc. These fun and vigorous activities will get your heart pumping and improve blood circulation in every cell of your body.

*Health Bounce Exercise

How can you achieve a healthy bounce? Easy, by gently bouncing up and down on the trampoline without lifting your feet off the mat.

The reality is that this low and simple impact movement helps the lymphatic system detoxify your body. It prevent fluid retention,  improve circulation, coordination, digestion and elimination while diminishing stress. You can participate in this activity almost anywhere. What other workouts can make you smile, laugh, and feel as incredible as rebounding does?

The Health Benefits of Rebounding Exercise

Health Benefits of Rebounding on a Trampoline

1. Detoxifies Your body by helping your Lymphatic System flush out Toxins and Impurities

One thing is clear, we might not be able to see it, but toxins are there in our body making us feel tired, causing legs and arm inflammation.

A well-known benefit of rebounding is the stimulation of your lymphatic system which is in charge of removing toxins from your body.

According to Dr. Walker, in his book Jumping for health, _”lack of exercise provides no abundance of oxygen to cells to help them defend against disease. Detoxification of cells is a prime cause of cancer at cellular level”.

The Lymphatic system works similarly to the circulation system where its primary function is to transport lymph, a fluid containing infection-fighting white blood cells, throughout the body. A positive effect of this detoxification is healthy-looking skin and a glowing appearance.

2. Promote Weight Loss

When you rebound in a mini trampoline, it’s easy to get do short burst exercise sessions and you don’t need any additional equipment. I truly believe, as you start to bounce and strengthen your body, the excitement of working out will naturally improve your eating habit so you can become the best version of yourself.

Rebounding helps you detox and flush out waste from the body. It is a great exercise for weight loss and does it without stressing your joints. Not everyone has time to workout at the gym for hours. That’s why working out at home, rebounding and HIIT are so popular forms of training. A scientific study found the effect of rebounding exercises are considerably more effective for weight loss than even running(1).

3. Increases Bone Density and prevent osteoporosis

Be careful with a sedentary life, bone density deteriorates over time. Just like muscles, healthy bones need exercise to stay strong.  If you look at professional boxers, they jump rope on the hard floor all the time as part of their training. They constantly get hit in the head during fights. Ever wonder why they don’t get broken bone so much? *Bone Density. 

You have probably heard that Osteoporosis is a common bone disease(2) and the statistics are also alarming. In fact, approximately 10 million Americans have osteoporosis and another 44 million have low bone density. The disease is often called a “silent disease” because you cannot feel your bones getting weaker until you break a bone from a minor fall.

Studies (3,4) show jumping exercise or routines that involve resistance training increase bone mineral density, making them stronger. If you feel your bones are fragile, suffer from osteoporosis or osteopenia, rebound on a mini trampoline is a proven way to stop or prevent the issue.

4. Increase Blood Circulation

When your circulation is slow, your body poorly receives all the oxygen and nutrients it needs. Rebounding exercise increases blood flow and raises the oxygen levels in the entire body.

As you move up and down it forces the body to request energy, which is provided by blood. As a result, the body is healthier and your heart muscle becomes more efficient.

5. Improve Coordination and Balance

If you are young you might not think a lot about how good your balance is. But through years, your balance can begin to deteriorate, especially if you don’t exercise. Rebounding helps improve coordination and balance. Science has proven jumping and bouncing reduces fall risk by improving your sense of coordination and balance.

According to Dr. Daniel W. Barry, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Colorado, the balance may be as important as bone strength in keeping fractures at bay. Says Dr. Barry in the Indian express article “fragile bones don’t matter, from a clinical standpoint, if you don’t fall down.”

6. Boost Mood and Happiness

In a complex world, it’s common to have high levels of stress, to feel overwhelmed, and feel that we have low enthusiasm for things. But All starts with the desire to live healthier and wanting to have an enjoyable quality of life. Rebounding you can get rid of all bad stress as you increase the circulation in your brain.

Working out at home can boost your energy and overall happiness. It gives you a focused activity that can help you feel a sense of accomplishment. Why will you choose this form of workout? The reason is simple, rebounding helps to alleviate the intensity of your workout and double the effect. Bouncing creates a sense of excitement and your body increases serotonin and endorphins. A type of hormones that help your brain regulate mood, sleep, and happiness. (5,6)

7. Reduces the risk of Alzheimer and Dementia in the elderly

Studies have found that physical activity can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia. It can also slow the progression in people who have symptoms. Plus, it helps with coordination and balance and it’s easy on the joints. When you do the health bounce your entire body is enriched with oxygen and fresh blood stimulating all cells of your brain. (7,8,9)

Any kind of aerobic activity could improve brain health, but there are some good reasons to choose to rebound. People can do it from the comfort of their home, it is something that you can do throughout your life as your workout routines and it’s also fun.

8. Lowers Triglyceride Levels

After you eat, your body converts the calories that you don’t need into triglycerides and stores them in your body to be used for energy later. (10) When paired with weight loss, studies show aerobic exercises are an effective routine at decreasing triglycerides. (11)

Other research also found workout at a higher intensity for a shorter amount of time is even more effective than a workout at a moderate intensity for longer (12). You can accomplish that by rebounding. So, if your triglycerides or cholesterol are in the danger zone, a rebounder helps to lower those levels.

9. Exercise Boosts Energy, Memory, Creativity, and Learning

Where are you on the energy scale? Tony Robins use to rebound on a mini trampoline 10 minutes prior to taking the stage to gets his body “awake and alive”.

Small amounts of aerobic exercise, independently of your energy and mood, also enhance creativity. Scientists at the University of British Columbia found that regular aerobic exercise, the kind that gets your heart pumping fast and your sweat glands working overtime, like bouncing, appears to boost the size of the hippocampus, the brain area involved in verbal memory and learning. (13,14)

10. Improves your Posture

Keeping a good posture decreases the stress on the ligaments holding the joints of the spine together. It also prevents future backache and muscular pain.

Rebounding Exercises help you improve your posture. When stretching your spine during the up and down movements your back becomes stronger. Bouncing routines alleviates the muscle tension caused by poor sitting and standing habits.

“Action is the foundational key to all success.” — Pablo Picasso, visual artist

Rebounding is one of the best things I have done for myself. Health is real Wealth!. I encourage anyone who wants to energize its life and feel alive again to get a REBOUNDER and start JUMPING.

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Now it is your turn, how you bounce on a rebounder unit before, if so, which brand have you used? how has been your experience.? Have you use any other exercise equipment? Tell us your experience so we all grow together.

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To your workout success,


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