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Top 5 Exercises to Improve Netball Performance (Click me, I drop down!)

  1. Plyometric Squat Jumps
  2. High Knee Sprints
  3. Single Leg Deadlifts
  4. Single Leg Hops
  5. Oblique Twists

 

What is Rebounding?
A fun, high energy workout performed on a small circular trampoline designed to give extra spring and absorb impact protecting your joints.

It’s all about the downward push through the balls of the feet, then a small jump, in a 20 min – 40 min session, creating gravitational pull which works every single cell in the body making rebounding the most effective all-over body workout ever.  Workouts can be tailored to focus on cardio, strength and core, and sports specific routines.

Why does Rebounding Benefit Netballers? (Click me, I drop down!)

Rebounding is a great addition to any sports specific training programme. For example, running patterns can be mimicked on the rebounder helping to develop cardiovascular fitness for on-court performance.

Performing balance and co-ordination exercises will also build strength in the lower extremities (eg. quads, glutes, hamstrings) and help prevent injuries occurring. Good posture is vital for netballers making you more energy efficient. The better your posture is the more economical you become while playing sport.

Rebounding is also good for detox, aiding recovery and sporting performance; the pushing and jumping motion encourages efficient blood supply around the body, promoting effective lymphatic drainage ridding the waste products accrued during training.

Along with all of the aforementioned physical benefits of rebounding, this low impact, weight bearing exercise is a form of cross training therefore it will build joint and muscle strength and activate those deeper core muscles that are important for increasing explosive power.

It encourages you to vary your workload leading to increased capability.  Adding functional training to the mix and targeting core muscles will correct muscular imbalances and help to prevent injury.

What are the physical benefits of Rebounding? (Click me, I drop down!)

Every single cell is worked through rebounding, including internal organs, muscles and skin – the pelvic floor and deep abdominal muscles are strengthened and the skin is tightened and toned.

Bouncing on an unstable surface provides a constant balance challenge leading to the involuntary contractions of the deep core muscles. You’ll improve your posture, strengthen your core, increase stabilisation of your joints and reduce any back pain you might experience from daily chores and office jobs.

You are in control of how hard you push, how fast you bounce. Power Squats, lunges, speed rotations and sprints are performed between bursts of jogging and bouncing, all on a low impact surface.  To really feel the burn you can perform explosive plyometric exercises such as squat jumps or add extra resistance by using sand weights and resistance bands.