The Benefits Of Using A Rebounder
By Gray Rollins
A rebounder is simply a term used for a mini trampoline. The popularity of using this type of device has grown significantly because of all the health benefits associated with using one. People of all ages and health conditions are able to use this apparatus to improve health and fitness.
Rebounders are readily available at sporting good stores, fitness specialty stores, and can be found multiple places online. Choose a model that is sturdy enough with six legs. Models with only four legs can tend to tip over and be dangerous. Choose one where the legs can be unscrewed for easy storage under the bed or in a closet. They are also very affordable, many costing less than a month's membership to a fitness center.
Rebounding can be done by people of all ages and physical abilities because of the low impact on joints. The springs in the system help cushion blows, reducing risks associated with traditional aerobic exercise. Exercises can be as varied as your imagination, but the important thing is to bounce for a period of time to get your heart rate up. There are also numerous videos available to give more regimented workouts by following an instructor.
Using a rebounder stimulates the metabolism, circulates oxygen, and strengthens the heart. It increases the capacity of the lungs and improves muscle tone. It also helps enhance the immune system, aiding in the prevention of illness. This is a great tool to help combat obesity by providing valuable, low impact exercise. Exercise has been shown to reduce tension brought on by everyday stress and pressures. Rebounding enhances this element by being particularly fun. From children to seniors, this type of exercise is greatly enjoyable.
Rebounding can help reduce risk of cardiovascular disease. It can also improve coordination and balance. If you have incontinence problems, rebounding can actually help with this by exercising and strengthening the cells. You can see improved bladder control in a relatively short period of time. It is also an ideal exercise routine for anyone who is recovering from illness or physical ailments such as broken bones or strained muscles. Since bouncing does not work against gravity, there is no undue strain on already damaged muscles and joints. You can help strengthen them without causing more harm.
Rebounding has become widely popular as a form of exercise. There are numerous medical benefits to this type of aerobic exercise as well as the psychological benefits from reducing stress. Because of the low impact, this type of exercise can be performed by people of all ages, weights and physical conditions. This is also one of the most fun forms of exercise. Who doesn't like to bounce?
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Gray Rollins is a featured writer for HealthRebounders
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