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Trampoline Exercise - Miraculous

Updated on September 19, 2007

Have you exercised your cells today?

So you’ve had your morning jog?

Got your heart rate up?

Paid your dues at the Gym?

Worked your biceps, your quads and abdominals?

But did you exercise your cells?

Did you give yourself a mini-facelift?

Did you increase lymphatic drainage?

Whilst lifting those weights did you strengthen your Heart and Lungs as well as your biceps?

Most importantly, did you give your cells a good workout, including the liver, kidneys, bladder?

How about Bone Mass? Did your exercise today effect your bone density?

Maybe you should switch the apparatus you are using. You see, there is only one exercise which can do all of the above in just one exercise session.

This form of exercise also comes in at a close second to the fastest way to burn calories. (The fastest is skipping, such as the boxers do when they are trying to lose a pound before weigh-in).

What could this “miracle” exercise possibly be?

Such an amazing exercise that it can induce dropemine chemicals to the brain, making you feel happy, lifting depression.

And most importantly, exercising every single muscle in your whole body, right down to each and every cell within you.

The miracle exercise is in fact, the Trampoline.

The miracle exercise is in fact, the Trampoline.

Trampoline exercise strengthens each and every muscle, organ, tissue and cell in your entire body. Most other exercise programs are designed to strengthen only voluntary muscles or isolated muscle groups. Trampoline exercise strengthens your whole body inside and out, including cells in the liver, kidneys, bladder, heart and lungs. Externally your skin will smooth, tighten and you will look more youthful, diminishing lines and wrinkles; you will get a natural face lift.

When it comes to Results, the trampoline really is the King of exercise.

Trampoline exercise strengthens each and every muscle, organ, tissue and cell in your entire body. Most other exercise programs are designed to strengthen only voluntary muscles or isolated muscle groups. Trampoline exercise strengthens your whole body inside and out, including cells in the liver, kidneys, bladder, heart and lungs. Externally your skin will smooth, tighten and you will look more youthful, diminishing lines and wrinkles; you will get a natural face lift.

When it comes to Results, the trampoline really is the King of exercise.

But don’t just take my word for it. Ask NASA,

who did a study on the ‘rebound’ exercise concluding that trampoline exercise is 68% more efficient than treadmills or other forms of exercise. NASA also found rebounding to be helpful in rebuilding the bone mass and muscle mass that astronauts lose in the weightlessness of space.

How does it do this?

At the peak of the bounce every cell in your body is suspended for a split second in a state of weightlessness. At the bottom of the bounce, every cell in your body is receiving as much as two to four times normal gravitational force. That is the same as weighing two to four times your normal weight. You can demonstrate this effect by standing on your bathroom scale. When you bounce or jump lightly on the scale you will register more weight than by just standing still. As every cell is stressed, each in turn develops more strength.

Trampoline exercise will even make your bones stronger. When astronauts were subjected to weightlessness for weeks at a time, they lost both muscle strength and bone density. Without gravitational pull, muscles and bones wither. They quickly become weaker and less dense. Conversely, bone density and muscle strength increase significantly when subjected to increased gravitational pull. Because the body interprets the acceleration and deceleration of bouncing on a trampoline as an increase in gravitational pull, muscles and bones gain strength, far beyond what is considered normal. Highly recommended for osteoporosis. It should be noted that being inactive or sedentary (laying and sitting all day) has the same effect on the body as weightlessness.

Your whole body gets over 5000 impulses, stresses or muscle contractions per hour. Every time you land on a trampoline your body or cells want to collapse upon impact. In order not to collapse or crumple upon impact your cells must resist. This resistance is what builds strength, cellular strength. When trampolining, remember this: each and every cell in the entire body is simultaneously getting stronger. Again, all areas of your body, your face, legs, arms, calf's, waist, back, shoulders, chest, heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, bladder and all internal organs are getting stronger and healthier together. At the same time your lymphatic system is working to remove poisons and toxins, giving you a double benefit.

But Trampolining is for kids, right?

Wrong! It has incredible results for adults apart from the health benefits which are endless. Many scientific studies have led scientists to conclude that jumping on a trampoline is possibly the most effective exercise yet devised by people. It can even make you look and feel younger! Regular cardiovascular exercise by rebounding on a trampoline is one of the vitally important factors to slow the aging process.

Dr. James White at the University of California San Diego says that rebounding exercise is,

"…the closest thing to the Fountain of Youth that science has discovered," and that rebounding "is effective in improving the symptoms of over 80% of the patients reporting to our rehabilitation lab."

As an exercise program The trampoline is perfect for starting from scratch. You can bounce very gently to get you started and slowly build up to more energetic routines. Unlike jogging and running,trampoline exercises have a zero-impact stress on your joints and bodily systems.

Trampoline exercise reduces your body fat which is highly beneficial for diabetes and many other diseases. It provides an aerobic exercise activity that is very beneficial for your, lungs, heart and respiratory system and the great thing is it provides your body energy when it's tired. All of these measures are tremendously beneficial for the prevention of heart disease.

Regular exercise using the trampoline helps combat depression. It is widely known that exercise in general helps with depression. But trampolining is particularly advantageous as it has a ‘fear’ factor. This fear factor produces adrenalin which lifts your mood tremendously. Plus, it just makes you laugh! especially when you fall over and feel silly! On a scientific level, the trampoline helps normalize your blood pressure and helps prevent cardiovascular disease and lowers elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

Can you imagine feeling better and finding relief from neck and back pains, headaches, and other pain caused by lack of exercise. What about restless nights, or if you are stressed out, regular exercise provides ways to relieve stress and promotes easier relaxation and better sleep patterns.


Apart from the obvious bouncing up and down, you can learn several moves which make this exercise varied and helps keep it interesting.

How about a Tuck Jump? Straddle or Pike?

Try landing on your back...

Or your front...

And best of all try some routines, which really get the heart rate up and gives you a great work out.

So if you didn’t know just how miraculous the trampoline in your back yard really is...

Have a bounce! It really is THAT good for you.

Try a Trampoline Instruction DVD

Fay Roberts has recently created a DVD especially for the backyard trampolinist.

It includes all the moves from seat drop to back somersault, Plus the important ROUTINES.

It is the routines which give you the best benefits and burn up the calories.

Sample - Online Trampoline Coach DVD

Check Out More....

Visit Online Trampoline Coach to discover much more..


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      6 years ago

      I started doing about 2000 jumps or 40min on the trampline after i turned 40. I feel and look better than i was 30.... i do 5 set moves holding dumbel .. i am thinking of using heavier dumbels soon.... all you dads out there use that trampline in your backyard... after all you paid for it.....also the kids love seeing you on it .... give it go:)

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      7 years ago

      hi i am 14 and i need to lose weight i have been going on my cousins trampoline and i love it my legs are so sore from them they feel muscular and great!! i just learned how great they are i cant wait to be thin and gain my self confidence back!! :)

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      7 years ago

      is it good to loose weight off your breasts

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      7 years ago

      I am 47 and have just purchaed a two string trampoline. I Have had it for 6 weeks. I do about 40 minutes a day and all my clothes are fitting much better and I love it, The key is to have a compettition size and a good quality for adults not the chinese inferior trampolines. I turn on the radioand still can achieve most of the moves I could do as a kid. tHIRTY MINUTES GOES QUICKLY AND YOU CAN DO IT LATE AT NIGHT . i love it.

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      7 years ago

      I just recently picked up a small trampoline... well... just because I love them. I am really thrilled to hear of all of the benefits. Thank you!

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      8 years ago

      I used a mini tramp yeaea ago, and I felt like I was walking on air I believe it was dddefinarely

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      8 years ago

      I work at a day service for adults with intellectual disabilities. We have a trampoline and I was looking for information on the benefits of our guys using. I am amazed and impressed. Thanks for this great info.

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      E.G. Sebastian2 

      8 years ago

      Super cool!

      I'm 43 and I'm close to my 18 to 25-year old weight. I jump on my backyard trampoline almost daily... I also have a tree branch hanging over the trampoline, high enough that I have to jump really high to catch it, then I do some pull ups as well as some "lifting my legs and 'hugging' the branch - great abbs exercise).

      Thanks for the ideas in your videos. I'm looking forward to download your eBook...

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      8 years ago

      does your normal weight effect the outcome ?

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      9 years ago

      I have numerous heniated disc, is the trampoline a safe way for me to excersice?

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      9 years ago

      How long should I jump for to get these benefits ?


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