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Trampoline bouncing is back in fashion

Because right now, it is important to stay in motion and exercise regularly despite or because of movement pain, thereby you continuously promote the blood circulation and the supply of your joints with nutrients and thus relieve them. As a wonderful side effect you reduce stress, get your metabolism going, strengthen your bones and keep your joints supple. Result: Good mood - weight loss - new body feeling - production of valuable synovial fluid.

Workout that is easy on the joints - Jumping Fitness  

The new trend sport in fitness: trampolining ! It helps to build fitness, lose weight and is easy on the joints. Rebounding, as training on the trampoline is also called, is a workout for the entire body. More than 400 muscles are activated during the jumps and allow you an optimal training success. Not only are the legs worked when jumping, but the upper body muscles are also needed to maintain balance. Trampolining and jumping fitness are great for working out the muscles around your joints without causing joint pain. Regularly bouncing up and down on the trampoline works every muscle in the body, stimulates the metabolism, mobilizes the cardiovascular system, strengthens the muscles and promotes lymphatic circulation. In addition, trampolining has an active effect against annoying pounds. In just one hour, depending on the intensity of your movements, you can burn from 600 to 750 kilocalories, which is significantly more than jogging. But bouncing on the trampoline can do even more. It strengthens your back, tones your abdomen and connective tissue, promotes balance and coordination, and best of all: it's just great fun and immediately puts a smile on your face...your happiness hormones leap for joy, your creativity runs at full speed, and mental tension dissolves into nothingness. And it doesn't matter if you bounce on your home trampoline, in leisure time parkour or professionally in the studio on special Body Jump trampolines with integrated handlebars...just try it out.

Trampoline bouncing under water

For me trampolining stands for fun, relaxation and super fun since my childhood. I have the feeling to be able to "fly" for a short time and to forget the world around me. I was all the more excited when I heard about the new trend sport "underwater trampoline". This new form of water gymnastics has cast a spell over me and that's why I would like to whet your appetite today for working out under water.

For underwater trampoline, also called aqua bouncing, a water and chlorine resistant trampoline equipped with special suction cups on the feet is placed under water. The depth of the water should be approximately between 120 to 140 centimeters for adults.

To warm up, it is advisable to start on the trampoline with small quick triple steps, letting the arms swing along as if running on dry land. Let the shoulders circle loosely and then you can start with the power program.

You jump off the elastic trampoline mat, float upwards and glide weightlessly and gently back towards the mat. Different jumping variations, such as the scissor jump, knee lift, side kicks, frog jump or pirouettes, not only create variety, but also allow the most diverse muscle groups to work at full speed in a simple and weightless manner. With minimal effort the maximum training effect, that is pure water sports pleasure!

Of course, everything can be increased, including water trampoline. With Theraband, pool noodles or water dumbbells, you can work out from head to toe as the mood takes you.

Due to the 800 times higher density of water, more resistance is overcome with every movement than on land, but with only one tenth of our body weight. This results in an extremely gentle workout that nevertheless trains the muscles optimally and makes the pounds melt away.

Aqua bouncing is therefore ideal for people with back and joint problems or who are overweight. To counteract the water resistance, the abdominal, back and torso muscles in particular are under tension, which is good for the spine. At the same time, the rapid alternation of jumping up with body tension and relaxing when sliding down onto the trampoline has a positive effect on the intervertebral discs and their metabolism. Despite the intensive training, you don't have to worry about sore muscles, because they have hardly any chance with the gentle and dynamic movements.

And as a bonus: ten minutes of water trampolining has the same training effect as an hour of jogging. Up to 1,000 kilocalories are burned per hour when trampolining in the pool.