Rebounding emerged nearly 50 years ago. Research into rebounding has proven the many health benefits from this form of exercise, including; burning 100’s of calories, stimulating lymphatic drainage, improving the immune system, improving posture and reducing body fat.

Low Impact Study

The University of Utah Studies Rebounding. “The soft surface on which exercises are performed during a Rebounding workout leads to a decrease in the incidence of injury and overall complaints about exercise pain. Urban Rebounding is a Low Impact, high intensity workout”

Research carried out by A.W. Daniels Ph.D Material Science and Orthopedic Surgery, University of Utah found that working on a rebounder’s soft surface can absorbs approximately­­­­­ 87% of the impact versus working out on a hardwood floor.
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Institute of Aerobics Study

The Institute of Aerobics Research Study. New super circuit programme conditions the whole body for endurance, strength and flexibility “These findings will have significant impact at every level of physical conditioning, whether in high school, college, professional team sports medicine, or fitness programs”
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Proprioception Study

Cornell Hospital for Special Surgery, Studies Urban Rebounding. Five healthy subjects had their proprioception measured doing single-leg stand with eyes closed before and after two months of training for twenty minutes three times a week using the Urban Rebounding based exercise program.

The results showed that the total time for single-leg stand with eyes closed was 7.3 seconds (SD 1.2) before the exercise program and 11.96 after the program (SD 1.4) for an increase of 68% which was statistically significant (p<0.05).
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Circulation in Reboundology

Blood Circulation in Reboundology. How is oxygen transport to working muscles increased in response to the challenge of mild to maximal rebounding aerobics? How is oxygen transport maintained when rebounding is prolonged and demands on the cardiovascular system for heat transport from the muscles are gradually superimposed? These are questions which might be considered when the purchaser of a rebound unit compares his new exercising device to the competition of other ways to exercise.
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Amazing NASA Study

NASA Studies Rebounding .It’s crazy, but it works,” said C. E. (Pat) Mueller, director of recreational sports at the University of Minnesota for thirty years. “I’ve seen a lot of sports fads come and go,” said Mueller,an associate professor with a master’s degree in physical education.”But this thing is so phenomenal – It’s the exercise of the future.

Rebounding has been around for over fifty years. What’s new is our understanding of rebound exercise as a process of gravitational force overloading.”
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Olympic Trainer Rebounds

Dr. Harry Snelder Studies Rebounding “I know how to make rebound exercise even better,” I heard one day when I was at the National Health Federation Convention, in Anaheim, California. The voice belonged to HarrySneider, fitness coach of Ambassador College, in Pasadena, California.
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Rebounding Special Needs

Alfhild Akselsen, Ph.D., is the founder of the Texas Association of Children with Learning Disabilities. In her 40 plus years of experience working with learning disabled children, she has identified three problems common in the cases she has worked. “Learning disabled children have extremely poor coordination, balance and rhythm,” notes Akselsen.
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