FLIPnOUT’s trampoline arena is the perfect place to sweat it out and get a great workout. Bouncing on trampolines also promotes improved knee joint health. Knee pain, caused by straining and wear from a number of exercises, can be alleviated with rebounding. Rebounding is any exercise performed on a trampoline. Read on to discover the benefits of rebounding.
Why is Rebounding Effective?
Rebounding works well for those suffering knee pain because the activity helps the entire body absorb impact from exercise, rather than just the knees. For example, a NASA study shows how running puts a lot of pressure or G Force on the knees and ankles, which over time will weaken bones and cause joint pain. Bouncing on a trampoline allows the G Force to be absorbed from head to toe, easing any pressure on your joints. NASA also discovered that with the same amount of effort your body gets up to 68% more benefits with rebounding than with running.
Who can Rebound?
While you may think your injuries would prevent you from enjoying rebounding, the exercise proves to be effective across the board for all types of joint injuries. People of all ages, sizes and injury levels rebound to increase strength and stability. If you want a high energy, blood pumping workout that won’t leave your knees sore, rebounding may be right for you.
Should I Ask my Doctor if Rebounding is Right for Me?
Your doctor is the best person to ask for advice on exercise, especially when treating joint health. Depending on your condition, rebounding may be able to improve your knee joint health tremendously, but it’s important to consult a physician. Doctors will to analyze your specific joint health issues and give you the information you need to know if rebounding works for you.
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