The trampoline is a strong aerobic exercise, it works to strengthen the entire body muscles and increases the oxygen in the blood.

In addition, trampoline exercises are a relaxing and enjoyable way to promote cardiovascular health, improve endurance, and relieve stress.

Benefits of Trampoline Fitness

1. Increases Lymphatic Flow in the Body

The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs that helps eliminate toxins and other unwanted substances from the body.

Unlike the cardiovascular system – where the heart pumps blood automatically – the lymphatic system depends entirely on the movement of the body as a pump.

Lymphatic flow depends entirely on our conscious movement. Jumping on a trampoline is a full-body exercise, and it may cause the lymphatic valves to open and close simultaneously resulting in a 15-fold increase in lymph flow.

2. Helps Reduce Cellulite

Jumping and bouncing helps stimulate the thyroid gland to start cleaning itself and the entire lymphatic system of stored fat, so trampoline exercise is the most effective way to get rid of cellulite.

3. It strengthens the Skeleton and Increases Bone Mass

Trampoline exercise increases bone density, which helps prevent conditions such as osteoporosis, and strengthens joints, tendons, and ligaments, which may also help reduce the chances of suffering from certain forms of arthritis.

4. Increases Oxygen

There is a significant increase in “stimulants of vital activity” while jumping on a trampoline. This means that jumping on a trampoline is more beneficial for your body than running.

5. Increases the Production of Mitochondria 

Jumping on a trampoline will automatically increase the number of mitochondria in each cell due to the extra demand for energy by the cells in the body. This will increase the energy in the body as well as the body’s ability to use that energy.

This means that with a trampoline workout, your metabolism will revitalize, resulting in continued weight loss even after you finish your workout.

6. Full Body Workout without excessive pressure on the feet and legs

Many cardio exercises rely on putting extra stress on the joints, feet, and legs. Jumping on a trampoline is more effective because it does not put pressure on the joints.

The acceleration force generated by jumping on the trampoline also improves the appearance of the body.

7. Improves Balance and Posture

Jumping on a trampoline stimulates the vestibule in the middle ear, which automatically improves balance.

8. Safe, Low-impact Cardiovascular Exercise

When jumping, the surface of the trampoline absorbs impact and the risk of muscle and fiber injury is reduced. The force of gravity measured at the ankles, back, and forehead is evenly distributed when jumping and returning to the surface of the trampoline.

Need Medical Advice?

If you want to start practicing trampoline fitness and have doubts that your joints or your bone mass health are not helping, we recommend that you consult a specialist doctor.

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