How can you get in shape in your own backyard in a way that won’t be jarring on your muscles and joints? By using an in-ground trampoline you can get and stay in shape in a way that won’t stress your joints. Talk wtih your doctor to make certain that exercising on an in-ground trampoline is something you’re physically fit enough to begin, but we will bet he or she says, “yes!”
An in-ground trampoline is a “rebounding device” that is designed to take the user to un accustomed heights and allows you to try out a variety of movements when you’re air borne. Exercising on an in-ground trampoline is generally considered fun healthy exercise for all members of the family.
If you’ve ever seen a child on an in-ground trampoline, you know the joy in their faces reflects the joy you can have — even if you’re exercising! Those who are into fitness know that jumping on a trampoline will work the body and will also help lighten your mood — because of the endorphins that are being released as well as for the sheer joy of jumping.
Building strength and stamina are two of the many benefits of jumping on an in-ground trampoline. Whether you jump on it specifically for exercise or to have fun with your children you will likely see a burst in energy. This isn’t just a mental effect, it’s been shown that the act of bouncing up and down against gravity is one of the most beneficial aerobic exercises you can undertake.
Children on in-ground trampolines require supervision and they need to understand the “rules” before they use it.
Bottom line: The benefits of rebounding can improve dexterity, motor skills and your eye-hand coordination.
You may buy an in-ground trampoline for the children to enjoy, but we bet you will find yourself looking for ways to use it and fit it into your workout routine.