The health benefits of rebounding exercise are numerous. That’s why it’s among my favorite sports. Because it’s simple, interesting and safe for people of any age.
Improving Circulation and Blood Pressure
The health benefits of rebound can maintain and build all the cells of the body, including your heart muscle. As the heart muscles strengthen, the energy and time required to pump blood throughout the body begin to decrease. The body muscles then will require less oxygen as they become more efficient.
Increasing Lymphatic Circulation
The lymphatic system is the network of vessels responsible for removing toxins from the cells. The system relies heavily on the external pressure to haul its contents through one-way opening valves, because it does not possess its own ability to pump. When you bounce, the lymphatic system actively works to pump out all of those toxic wastes from your body’s cells. The lymph system bathes every single cell, and this system becomes much more efficient at clearing waste.
My personal experience in this area can be consistent with some reports that rebound can give you a higher level of energy and will not make you feel tired compared with other sports.
Regular rebounding exercise assists with the base metabolic rate which makes for easier weight management. You are more likely to burn quite a few more calories at an increased rate to help you to maintain your desired weight after your metabolic rate increases.
Building Bone Density
Other health benefits of rebound will put you at or on the same level as astronauts who need to rebuild bone mass. NASA research shows that rebound is a good exercise that can help astronauts rebuild bone loss caused by long-term weightlessness.
Here, without rebounding, they possibly lost up to fifteen percent of their bone mass in only two weeks. Rebounding can also be used to help stop or prevent osteoporosis.
Considerable tests on rebounding have also shown that it is extremely helpful for osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis patients. The relief felt by arthritis patients just by doing a few minutes of rebounding a couple of times a week can often be dramatic. However, only light rebounding for such patients is recommended at the start of an exercise regime so as not to overwork their bones.
Improving Your Back and Knee Problems
The health benefits of this exercise can assist in strengthening both the spine and back muscles without the unnecessary strain of having to run on a hard surface. It also helps avoid unwanted shin splints and knee problems associated with exercising on hard surfaces.
Athletes routinely suffer from knee problems. Studies have shown that up to 70% of avid joggers suffer from a running-related injury in only their first year of running. Rebounding can help to build up your muscle strength and effectively help avoid these common injuries.
Rebounding has demonstrated to improve, and even correct, your balance and coordination due to the surface of the rebounder. It slightly moves the body in various directions to give optimal stimulation to the body’s ability to balance itself.
Because rebounding directly affects and improves all these body systems, a few minutes a day can help you make a good start in all aspects of improving your health.
Just do it a few times a week and you’re sure to see improvements. Please, remember to speak to your general practitioner before beginning a new exercise regime of any kind.