Short Course on Fitness – Getting to Square 1
Importance of Rebounding Workouts
Rebounding or rebound exercise is a type of exercise which entails a variety of other movements without use of hand-weights or other accessories and is performed on a device called a mini-trampoline (rebounder). This type of exercise focuses on aerobics and strength, depending on the desires of the person performing it. Due to the energy required, it helps in strengthening your muscles and moving your lymphatic system. Other benefits one can achieve from rebounding workouts are;
Other than reducing tension, rebounding helps in reducing stress in clearing your mind. Light bouncing other than increasing blood flow to less used muscles and releasing overused ones, it also helps in releasing endorphins which the brain requires to make us feel good. This kind of exercise only requires about 15 to 20 minutes in order to attain a serious beneficial workout in hence you shouldn’t feel like it is a lot of work.
You will achieve strong and flexible pelvic floor muscles. Probably heard of the word pelvic muscle but have no idea of what it means? Pelvic floor is a group of muscles which support internal organs above the pelvis after forming a hammock across the base of the pelvis. To control the bladder, steady the hip joints and enhancing orgasms, a strong pelvic floor is essential. Having a weak pelvic floor can also be a cause of loss of bladder control apart from proven medical reasons such as pregnancy, menopause and stress which can also be a cause. Make sure you get at least a bounce in a day so as to activate the pelvic floor muscles.
It serves as a strengthening resistance for your bones which are constantly broken down and replaced. Being an exercise with a very low impact, rebounding is gentle on joints, cartilage and spinal column. Therefore, if you are experiencing any form of deteriorating health issues, you can still exercise on a rebounder without aggravating your health conditions.
In promoting circulation of lymph fluids, the lymphatic movement is increased. Lymphatic system is a network of vessels that runs in the body which help the body get rid of toxics, waste materials and filter out harmful bacteria. Movement of lymphatic fluids is brought about by muscular contractions from rebounding which is essential. Once you achieve an improved lymphatic system flow, you will be able to feel better.
Rebounding strengthens your heart and lungs to be able to perform more effectively. Working out on a rebounder gives your heart and lungs an aerobic workout which ensures that your muscles are getting all the oxygen needed. Forcing blood to circulate by creating a pumping action for the veins and capillaries makes circulation easier for your heart. Increasing blood flow help in reducing blood circulation related health conditions which are many.