A trampoline can be incorporated into your exercise routine and can actually be beneficial to your health. You wouldn’t think that jumping up and down would actually be considered exercise, but it is. Exercising on a mini trampoline is known as rebounding. You only need to rebound for a short period of time for your body to reap the benefits.

Exercising on a trampoline is considered a low impact exercise which puts less stress on your joints and body than jogging, running and walking.  A mini trampoline is portable and convenient, you can set it up in your house, garage or even office. Exercising on a mini trampoline will increase your blood flow and improve the circulation of fluids in your body. The vertical movement of working out on a mini trampoline will enhance the function of lymph fluid being pumped throughout your body.

There are many health benefits of using a mini trampoline. Rebounding on a mini trampoline will assist in weight loss. It increases your metabolism and allows your body to burn more calories. It also helps prevent cardiovascular disease by lowering your blood pressure and reducing stress. Rebounding will also strengthen and tone muscles and provide you with energy to fight fatigue.

Before you begin exercising on the mini trampoline, try to do a short warm-up. This is especially important if you are a beginner. You can wear athletic training shoes or rebound barefoot. If you choose to not wear shoes, be careful not to injure your feet when you bounce. Start your rebounding routine doing about 10 minutes per day and then gradually increase your time on the mini trampoline as you become more comfortable.

Sportsmart stocks a variety of trampolines in different sizes to suit your fitness needs. View our trampolines online or visit our stores to try them out and get expert advice from our fitness staff on choosing a trampoline to suit you.

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