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Trampoline jumping is perhaps the best exercise ever performed by humans. The simple rhythmic up and down motion due to gravity engages every muscle and stimulates every cell to produce amazing healing and rejuvenating effects. It's fun! Children's bodies are more coordinated as they instinctively jump and leap. Are we becoming too solid as adults for our own good? What are the health benefits of trampolining? Do you know?
Regular rebounding helps increase bone density and maintain bone mass in older adults. Effective in preventing osteoporosis. Bones have the ability to get stronger under stress and weaker when there is no stress. The best way to do this is to overcome gravity. In zero gravity, astronauts in space can lose up to 15 percent of their bones and muscles in just 14 days. Rebounding is NASA's primary strategy to help astronauts rebuild their bones and reverse osteoporosis.
When you jump on a trampoline, your entire body is subjected to the effects of gravity. Unlike most exercises, rebounding strengthens bones and muscles without harming weight-bearing joints such as the knees, ankles, hips and back.
Jumping on a trampoline cleanses your lymphatic system and helps you remove toxins from your body. We are in an unprecedented time when we are constantly exposed to a plethora of environmental pollutants and toxins in our food, air and water. Good health depends on our body's ability to effectively remove these toxins. A highly toxic body can lead to frequent infections and serious metabolic conditions, such as cancer. Our lymphatic system plays an important role in detoxification.
Unlike the circulatory system, which has a heart that pumps blood throughout the body, the lymphatic system does not have a pump, but relies on the body's movement to circulate. Because lymphatic fluid flows upward, the vertical movement of jumping on a trampoline pumps lymphatic fluid more efficiently than horizontal movements such as walking and running. Therefore, regular rebounding helps the body detoxify to maintain a high functioning and youthful body.
Jumping on a trampoline helps digestion because the rhythmic up and down motion stimulates contraction and relaxation of the muscles that make up the digestive tract. Improved digestive motility means that the body is able to process and absorb nutrients more efficiently. This will help address the nutritional deficiencies that are prevalent in people with impaired digestive systems. When the body gets the nutrients it needs, it will have the necessary materials to repair and rejuvenate itself. In addition, the peristaltic waves activated in the intestines will allow food to pass more quickly and release waste products, thus eliminating constipation.
Jumping on a trampoline helps to stimulate the eye meridian and inner ear canal, which improves balance, coordination and posture. Regular bouncing makes the body respond quickly, a valuable skill. A 14-week study in Brazil concluded that trampoline exercise improved the ability of elderly subjects to regain their balance when they fell. This is a big help, as falls in the elderly can lead to life-changing fractures or head injuries. Another interesting study conducted in Australia found that rebounding was important in helping athletes with ankle sprains to improve their balance. Over time, rebounding can also improve spinal alignment, which can help reduce joint, back and neck pain.