5 Reasons I Jump On A Rebounder {Almost} Every Day

Happy Friday, y’all!! This week has been nutso for me. We’re having another yard sale this weekend. We’ve been doing some cleaning out at Memaw’s house to put things in the yard sale that no one wants.

I’m excited to get going on some new projects next week, but for today, I’m sharing the top 5 reasons that I jump on a rebounder {a mini trampoline} almost every day. Does that sound a little bit strange? Well, let me tell you more.

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5 Reasons I Jump On A Rebounder {Almost} Every Day

1.  Low impact {and decently fun} cardio

On the days that I don’t go to the gym, I do a little extra on the trampoline and it gets my heart rate up nicely. I love that it’s low impact, so my joints are very happy. If I’m annoyed or frustrated about something, I just take it all out on the trampoline. Ha!

2. Increases circulation

Because rebounding gets your heart rate up, it increases circulation throughout your body.

3. Boosts energy

If I’m feeling ho-hum and blah, I hop on the trampoline and jump for a few minutes. It is crazy how much this boosts my energy level. You probably really think I’m crazy, but I promise I’m not. ;)

4. Increases lymph flow 

Did you know your lymph system doesn’t have a pump like your heart pumps blood? Our bodies use the lymphatic system to detox, so it is super important to keep lymph fluid moving through our bodies. Rebounding moves the lymph system unlike any other exercise.

5. Helps digestion.

Okay, I’m just going to be real here, sometimes my gut is…um…sluggish. Just like most other exercise, rebounding helps wake up the digestive system.

Ridley loves to jump too and it’s a great way for him to burn energy and give his health a little boost! :)

Did you know that mini trampolines are so good for your health? They are inexpensive {mine was $40} and don’t take up much space at all. It’s so easy to jump on the trampoline for five minutes here and there throughout the day. It’s a wonderful exercise that anyone can do at home.

Have a happy and healthy weekend!



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  1. Love it! Trampolines really are great exercise. Anytime I jump with my son I’m exhausted after!
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  2. I have fibromyalgia and I heard that this might help. I’ll have to look into where to buy them.

  3. Kathy Mader says:

    I really like this post. I’m going to go get a mini trampoline. Thanks for the inspiration, Myra…you got me at the lymph flow point.

  4. Great reminders, Myra! Mine’s been in storage…going to have to get it out and reassembled, asap! :)

  5. joanna n. says:

    oh, this brings back memories! we had one growing up, & it was so fun! my parents still have it, but i don’t know if they use it or not; i wonder if they’d pass it on? ;)

  6. I agree! Especially the one about digestion. My 8 month old is too young to jump on the trampoline, but he has a jumper that definitely helps his bowels move. He has Cystic Fibrosis (affects the lungs and digestive tract) and we’ve been told its great airway clearance therapy. Thanks for posting these tips!!

  7. Rita Galloway says:

    This is the best mode of exercise and I lost the most weight and helped my lymph glands so much.

  8. Diane Siegle says:

    After reading about benefits of rebounders , after Christmas I ordered an Urban rebounder from Amazon hoping it would help my hip. It has done much more . My blood pressure is better than normal for the first time in many years. I just went to company Dr and they were surprised – I am very happy

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