Benefits of Rebounding

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Increased lymphocyte activity

Great for skeletal system and increasing bone mass

Easy on joints

Helps improve digestion

Increases endurance on a cellular level by stimulation mitochondrial production (these are responsible for cell energy)

Helps improve balance by stimulating the vestibule in the middle ear.

Improves cardiovascular function

Helps circulate oxygen throughout the body to increase energy.

It’s fun

How Rebounding Boosts Immune Function

Rebounding can help to stimulate and regenerate the physical, innate, and adaptive components of your immune system. Rebounding further benefits and strengthens the other systems that support immunity throughout your body. A strong and healthy immune system also needs a strong and healthy cardiovascular, respiratory, lymphatic and cellular system in order to properly do its many jobs. Rebounding stimulates and strengthens all of these systems.

The impact of rebounding on your lymphatic system is especially valuable and key to efficient immune function. Rebounding uses the forces of acceleration and deceleration to stimulate the immune system in one unique way that many other types of exercise fail to do. The up-and-down movement facilitates motion in the lymphatic system, which transports immune cells throughout your body. By stimulating lymphatic flow, rebounding is also great for detoxifying your body of toxins and other harmful substances.

The health effects of rebounding happen at a cellular level and at a higher rate than other forms of exercise. Rebounding can make the difference in your health and happiness by increasing your blood flow, loosening your tight muscles, flushing your lymphatic system, releasing endorphins, and clearing your mind. The rebounding action is impact free, it removes the impact of tension and stress on your body, and it’s really enjoyable!

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