What is Rebounding?

Rebounding, the way we teach it, is to swing & jump on a super-high elastic mini-trampoline. We recommend and use solely the products of bellicon®, as trampolines with steel springs are very tough on your joints and do by far not have the same training effects.

Rebounding is a real alternative to any other training exercise, as it combines all of the positive properties of other methods. The intensity of the training can very easily be adapted to any individual needs.  It can be applied to therapeutic purpose as well as daily fitness training and is suitable for all ages and fitness levels.

But most importantly – It is a lot of fun!

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Why Rebounding

Your Body is made up of more than 70 billion cells. There are over 200 different types of cells. All with different purposes and tasks. But they all have one thing in common; They consist mainly of liquid and are also surrounded by liquid. This means, they all swim in water. The liquid ensures and is responsible for the transport of all sorts of substances.

What does that have to do with Rebounding?

During Rebounding every single of your 70 billion cells are trained. This stimulates and accelerates the exchange of all kinds of substances in and out of your cells. The consequences are a higher absorption of oxygen, more effective energy production, more effective delivery of nutrients as well as better elimination of waste products.

Benefits of frequently exercising on the bellicon:

  • Training of the myocardal muscle and blood circulation
  • Activation of the lymphatic system
  • Reduction of water retention
  • Very joint-friendly
  • Ideal back exercise, especially for your intervertebral discs
  • It trains everry single cell in your body as well as all the muscles
  • It trains sense of balance and level of concentration
  • Helps with stress-relieve
  • Releases endorphines in your body
  • But most of all – It is fun!

NASA Study from 1980

…for similar level of heart rate and oxygen consumption the magnitude of the biomechanical stimuli is greater with jumping on a trampoline than with running, a finding that might help identify acceleration parameters needed for the design of remedia avert deconditioning in persons exposed to weightlessness