Rebounder Workouts

A rebounder is a mini-trampoline. Rebounders run anywhere from $50-$1000, so there is a rebounder for every income level. Some are connected by springs and some by bungees. Some come with handles/bars you can attach if you are balance challenged. Finally, they come in different sizes. Because rebounding was new to me, I was not going to drop a ton of cash on something I may not even like. Or what if I like it but cannot find many good workouts and the only thing to do is jump around on it? I’ll never use it! So to give rebounding a try, I purchased an inexpensive rebounder. A Serene Life 40 inch rebounder with handle. It is no longer in stock on Amazon but I paid $80 (total with tax) when it was in stock. It is a spring rebounder. It is solid and does the job. The handle is necessary for me because I am balance challenged (metal heels) but if you you are not balance challenged I would not attach it, or get one without a handle because the handle really gets in the way. Now that I have used my rebounder for several weeks, I have seen that there are lots of rebounder workouts out there. And also, I love rebounding. Love it. Now when I do plyometrics or high impact exercises on the floor I feel like a ton of bricks slamming into the ground–I can feel the impact, which I never noticed before. My new love of rebounding prompted me to do some research on rebounders. The size of the rebounders used by trainers varies. Some have a smaller surface than mine and others (like Linda @ Barlates) have a larger surface. All of this to say, I have upgraded. I now use a Bellicon. A big one (49 inches). It is a bungee rebounder which is quieter and also gives you more height in your bounces. But why I really wanted this rebounder is because I wanted more workout space–which this rebounder gives me. Finally, it also comes with a handle but it is different from the handle on my Serene Life. It is a thin pole with a handle (a “T” bar). And it no longer gets in my way.

That is the overview on rebounders. Get what you can afford–you will still get a great workout. Rebounder workouts are low impact, even though you are jumping, and easy on your joints. Some rebounder companies even claim they improve arthritisosteoporosis and stimulates your lymphatic system. The #1 bonus to rebounding is it is tons of fun. I get intense workouts and I usually feel good afterwards.

AngieFitnessTV: 15 Minutes to Fit Rebounder Cardio (18:30 minutes)

AngieFitnessTV: Bounce & Lift Series/Total Body Circuit (31 minutes)

AngieFitnessTV: Bounce for Health Pure Cardio Workout (36:30 minutes)

AngieFitnessTV: Bounce for Health Rebounder Circuit Style Workout (36:30 minutes)

AngieFitnessTV: Trampoline Extreme/Lower Body Shred (38 minutes)

AngieFitnessTV: Rebounding Cardio Weight Loss Workout (25 +10) (47 minutes)

AngieFitnessTV: Cardio + Strength + Balance Focus (23 minutes)

AngieFitnessTV: Cardio HIIT & Total Body Sculpt (36 minutes)

AngieFitnessTV: 40 Minute Cardio + Strength Rebounder Workout (43:30 minutes)

AngieFitnessTV: Trampoline Extreme Cardio Kickbox & Upper Body Sculpt (31 minutes)

AngieFitnessTV: Rebounding for Weight Loss Workout (49:30 minutes)

URX-MT: Metabolic Intervals and Circuits (49 minutes)

URX-MT: Total Body Metabolic Strength Conditioning (51 minutes)

URX-MT: Core Metabolic Cardio (51:30 minutes)

URX-MT: Boot Camp Metabolic Interval (51:30 minutes)

URX-MT: Metabolic Cardio & Yogic Intervals (51:30 minutes)

URX-MT: Poly Performance Metabolic Plyometric Circuits (51:30 minutes)

URX-MT: High Intensity Metabolic Circuit w/ Resistance Bands (50 minutes)

URX-MT: Cardio Metabolic Intervals (54 minutes)

URX-MT: Metabolic Strength Cardio Interval (45 minutes)

Barlates: Bounce Total Body (4 workouts, ranging from 49 to 65 minutes)

Barlates: Bounce Series/Cardio Sculpt (28:30 minutes)

Barlates: Bounce Series/Total Body (55 minutes)

Barlates: Bounce Series/Cardio Sculpt Lower (37:30 minutes)

Barlates: Bounce Series/Barre (63 minutes)

Barlates: Bounce Intervals/Cardio (30:30 minutes)

Barlates: Bounce Intervals/Up & Down (34:30 minutes)

Barlates: Bounce Intervals/Total Burn (33:30 minutes)

Barlates: Bounce Intervals/Singles & Doubles (32:30 minutes)

Barlates: Bounce Express (five 16 minute workouts + warm up & cool down)

Barlates: Total 20/Bounce Sculpt (29 minutes)

GymRa: Mini Trampoline HIIT Workout (32:30 minutes)

Health Magazine’s 15 Minute Trampoline Workout

Cardio Bounce, Balance and Plyomtrics (33 minutes)

Bellicon Power Bounce (32 minutes)

Bellicon Total Body (29 minutes)

BeFit: Cardio & Strength Rebounding Workout (19:30 minutes)

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