What is Rebounding?

What is rebounding and how can it benefit you?


What is it?

First and foremost, rebounding is SO MUCH FUN. If you haven’t tried it yet, you’re missing out. Rebounding is a form of exercise routine you perform on a mini trampoline. Don’t be fooled into thinking you’ll just be having a little bounce around though. These workouts are seriously going to get your blood pumping and your muscles burning. Popular with both beginners and the more advanced, workouts can be tailored in their intensity. We’ve done the research and listed the top benefits below for you.


What are the benefits?

Rebounding is a form of low-impact exercise. It is, therefore, easier on the joints and less likely to cause joint injuries.

You can start with basic exercises, such as jogging and jumping jacks, and you can ramp it up with the use of hand weights, direction changes, squat jumps. The list goes on. It’s varied, it’s fun, it’s effective in burning calories. This is a continuous, full-on, cardio workout.

Rebounding is fantastic for improving your balance and coordination. You only have a small area to move around on, so you’ll quickly learn some spatial awareness!

According to a study published by the Journal of Sport and Health Science, rebounding has been shown to develop stronger bones. This is, therefore, a great form of exercise for females as they age, and the effects of the menopause start to kick in.

Mini-trampoline workout

Another bonus for rebounding is the strength it may help you to build within your pelvic floor muscles. Bouncing around can be challenging for some at the best of times. Regular rebounding practice will get you working those inner muscles to help control your bladder.

This might not be something you’ve ever considered before with other forms of exercise. Rebounding is really good for lymphatic drainage.

A good rebounding class will have you really pushing down into the trampoline with squats and keeping low with other moves. This will seriously work your hamstrings, glutes, calves and thighs. Your legs will be toned to perfection!

Did we mention that rebounding will take you back to your childhood? You’ll have such a fun workout! This is, therefore, a fantastic form of exercise for stress relief. Your happy hormones will be bouncing around with you for sure. You will finish this type of workout flying high, radiating that ultimate “feel good” factor from within.


Fancy bouncing round?

If you’re looking to try some rebounding, this is the perfect class to book with a few friends as a small group package. Get in touch with us to discuss your options.


Written by Becky Barrett.

Becky Barrett is an international talent manager and personal fitness coach with over 15 years’ professional experience and a 1st class Honours degree in Business & Law.

Driven by her unique values of compassion and a holistic approach to talent management, Becky has devised an innovative solution to take on the fitness industry with a brand-new personal fitness concept that aims to inspire and boost ‘new normal’ approaches to exercise routines.

Features include: Health & Wellbeing, Natural Health, Arden University, The Telegraph, BBC, Time & Leisure, Bdaily News, The Stage.