JANUARY 3, 2024
Rebounding opens lymphatic valves, boosting circulation and tripling white blood cell count in just two minutes, strengthening the immune system.
Rebounding increases heart rate, oxygenates muscles, and improves blood and lung function, resulting in a stronger cardiovascular system.
Studies suggest rebounding improves insulin sensitivity, leading to better blood sugar levels and reduced diabetes-related risks.
Intense rebounding serves as effective cardio, toning the body, reducing fat, and building lean muscle mass.
Regular rebounding enhances lymph flow, reducing cellulite, and improves blood circulation, diminishing varicose veins.
Rebounding increases bone density, preventing fractures, and provides a gentler option for those with joint and back conditions.
Repetitive jumping in rebounding improves core muscles, stability, balance, and posture, even in conditions like spinal cord injury.