Informational articles to help you get the most out of your rebounder to get fit and improve your health and lymphatic systems.
In September 2007, a massive hauler truck pulled up outside our gate – and a team of 16 people offloaded our first container of rebounders. There were rumours at the time that rebounding could be a just passing phase – but we were besides ourselves with excitement,...read more
Besides the many health and fitness benefits – people who rebound find they are able to work longer, sleep better, and feel less tense and nervous. One of the immediate effects after a session is that you feel alive and energised – and this feeling can last for hours...read more
Some of us instinctively turn into little animals when we step on a rebounder – leaping about like crazy. This is natural – and you’ll get there, but to gain maximum benefit you need to include a few simple, but crucial steps. 1) Use a good quality rebounder. Low...read more
Using the rebounder as a muscle toning or sculpting activity has surprising benefits. The effects of “weightlessness and double impact” (as described above) also apply to muscle flexing and using weights. At the top of your bounce your weights are momentarily...read more
When you rebound, you bounce approximately 100 times a minute. At the top of each bounce, your ENTIRE body, including your clothes and hair - are weightless. There is no drag or pull from gravity and you weigh 0kg. A moment later, at the bottom of each bounce, your...read more
Rebounding, otherwise known as bouncing on a mini trampoline, is a bit like the “Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing” of the exercise world. It looks like an activity with simple benefits – but nothing could be further from the truth. International research has found that the...read more