BALANCE, COORDINATION AND MOTOR SKILLS
Forget about fancy flips and tricks – just bouncing up and down improves balance and coordination for your entire body. It even helps your brain build synapses and neural pathways!
Repetitive bouncing puts small amounts of stress on your bones. Over time, this movement actually compresses bones and makes them denser, reducing the risk of osteoporosis and similar ailments.
The impact caused by running can put strain on your back, lower limbs and joints. Trampolines are soft. They absorb impact and can take up to 80% of the stress off weight-bearing joints.
IMPROVED LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
Your lymphatic system carries nutrients to your cells. Recent research has shown that trampolining stimulates the system and increases lymph flow by as much as 15 times. That’s what you call a lymphatic victory!
When bouncing, every cell within the body moves up and down. This strengthens the cell membrane and keeps the contents safe.
A recent study by NASA found that trampolining created the same cardiovascular effects as running, but in one third of the time. If you do the math that means that ten minutes on a trampoline equates to thirty on a treadmill.
PARTIES AND EVENTS
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