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ENJOY A HEALTHY LOW-IMPACT SPORT BOUNCE ON A MINI FITNESS TRAMPOLINE.
Here are just a few benefits...
Allow for deeper, easier sleep
Reduce cardiovascular disease risk
Increase red blood cell production
Aid in lymphatic circulation
Lower resting heart rate
Increase balance and coordination
Reduce cholesterol levels
Reduce triglyceride levels
Relieve back pain
Reduce aches & pains from inactivity
Improve digestion and elimination
Fitness for All Ages, People, and Conditions
Imagine a piece of exercise equipment that can strengthen the entire body from the inside out – one that can increase circulation, improve digestion and elimination, melt away fat, strengthen the heart, and improve cell efficiency. Women can reduce stress, Men can improve endurance, children can strengthen muscles and bones, and seniors can reverse the symptoms of aging. Clearly, these changes can increase longevity and improve your quality of life. All this in one piece of equipment that can be used by anyone, regardless of age! You Should Try it Today!
Rebounding is an aerobic exercise, which increases oxygen flow and improves lung capacity. When you’re on a rebounder, and you’re following a workout program, your heart rate will increase, which enables more oxygen to be carried around the body in the red blood cells. The more intensely you exercise, the faster the heart will beat, increasing the volume of oxygen in the body. Using a rebounder has also been found to increase oxygen uptake. Studies carried out on astronauts showed that oxygen uptake was up to 68% higher when rebounding than running.
When you exercise, you can usually feel your heart start to beat faster within a few seconds. As your body is put through its paces, your heart works harder and it pumps more vigorously to enable more oxygen to reach the muscles. When you rebound, you’ll feel your heart pounding, and you may also notice that your cheeks start to redden. These are signs that your circulatory system is in full swing, and that more blood is moving around the body.
Heart disease is one of the biggest killers in the US. Rebounding tackles some of the most pressing risk factors for cardiovascular complications, including high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Exercising on a regular basis can lower blood pressure and cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart attacks and strokes and helping to lower the risk of atherosclerosis. This is a condition, which causes the arteries to harden and narrow. A rebounder may also have lower levels of the stress hormone, cortisol, which could also help to keep heart problems at bay.
Blood pressure is a term that relates to the force with which blood travels through the network of vessels within the body. A normal blood pressure reading would be around 120/80mmHg. There are two figures in this reading, which relate to systolic and diastolic pressure. Systolic pressure is the maximum force at which your body pushes blood around the circulatory system, while diastolic pressure is a measure of force when the heart takes a break between beats. High blood pressure can elevate the risk of heart disease and stroke. Often, there are no clear symptoms of high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, and this is why it’s so important to have your blood pressure checked on a regular basis. Rebounding helps to lower blood pressure by making the heart muscle stronger. This means that your heart doesn’t have to work as hard to pump blood around the body.
Exercise can impact your blood sugar levels in both the short and long-term. When you rebound, your body increases the amount of glucose in the bloodstream to provide you with more energy. If you don’t have sufficient insulin, or the insulin you produce doesn’t work properly, this may result in spikes in your blood sugar. Rebounding can help to stabilize blood sugar levels by improving the function of insulin, and by encouraging your muscles to use more glucose. In the long-term, as you get used to exercising on a regular basis, this can help to even out levels and enable you to manage your blood sugar more effectively. It’s particularly important to keep an eye on your blood sugar levels if you suffer from diabetes.