Trampolines are more than toys

Four reasons to bounce on the tramp this summer

You may be looking at buying a trampoline this Christmas for the kids to have some backyard fun over the holidays, but did you know there are many other benefits that come with owning and using one?

When most people think of trampolines, they view them as a backyard recreational accessory primarily used by kids. The reality is that there are numerous reasons that everyone – adults included – should consider adding regular bouncing to their day. Trampolines really are more than just toys, and they can help you make positive changes in your life.

Trampolines and family bonding

The trampoline presents a unique opportunity for families to bond. Adults can teach children how to perform basic moves, reinforcing relationships while encouraging physical fitness. These memories are the ones that will stick with young children for their entire lives.

A high-intensity workout that’s fun

The thought of a high-intensity workout makes most people groan. That is unless the workout involves bouncing. A trampoline is a great way to exercise without the repetition and boredom. There’s nothing better than that feeling of weightlessness as you sail into the air. Studies have reported that both athletic and sedentary individuals who began regular 30 minute trampoline workouts showed significant improvement to cardiovascular fitness. Trampoline exercise can also:

  • Improve posture by strengthening muscles in the stomach and back
  • Improve bone density by applying low amounts of stress to build up bone strength
  • Improve coordination and balance by forcing the brain and muscles to work together
  • Improve leg strength through repeated use and movement
  • Improve circulation in the lymphatic system by experiencing weightlessness

The mental health benefits of trampolines

Trampolines can also improve the mind and emotional state. Blood flow is increased to the brain which can increase enzyme activity and lead to improved mental alertness and reaction times. It is also an excellent stress reliever that can have a positive impact on those who suffer from anxiety and depression.

Jumping is fun and exciting. When you jump on a trampoline, the experience causes the body to release endorphins which are a positive mood enhancer. You have fun, feel good and are getting an amazing workout that’s far more engaging and satisfying. As you hone your skills and learn new moves, you may also find that you have more confidence in yourself and your physical capabilities.

Live better with a trampoline

Experiencing all these benefits begins with the right trampoline. Whether it’s for fun with your family, training for competitions, or for your general well-being, we can help you find the perfect trampoline for your lifestyle.

 

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