… based on NASA’s research and related studies:

Bone Density Maintenance: Rebounding involves repetitive jumping, which subjects bones to gravitational forces during each landing. This weight-bearing stimulus is crucial for maintaining and improving bone density. The impact and loading forces experienced during rebounding are similar to those encountered during weight-bearing activities like running or jogging.

Cardiovascular Fitness: Studies suggest that the cardiovascular benefits of rebounding may be comparable to running, contributing to heart health and overall cardiovascular fitness.

Low-Impact Exercise: The up-and-down motion of rebounding provides a cardiovascular workout with reduced impact on joints, making it a gentler option compared to high-impact exercises like running. Ideal for those with joint issues.

Lymphatic System Stimulation: Rebounding is believed to stimulate the lymphatic system, supporting the body’s immune function and waste removal.

Pelvic Floor Strengthening: Rebounding engages the pelvic floor muscles, contributing to better pelvic floor strength and stability.

Improved Balance and Coordination: The coordination required for rebounding can enhance balance and motor skills.

… and from all of our teachers? It is SOOOO FUNNNNNNN!!! Come and bounce with us!!!



Rebounding exercise is the most efficient, effective form of exercise yet devised, and 10 minutes of vigorous bouncing burns more calories than 30 minutes of running… NASA

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