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Trampoline Origins

We all perceive that trampolines are modern inventions but as we go back in time, we can see that there are people using various versions of it that looks a tad bit different than what they look like today. Even thousands of years ago, ancient people from Egypt, Iran, and China are using trampolines for ceremonial or religious celebrations as shown on hieroglyphs. This means that trampolines were valued even back then.

Inuit hunters in the past also use trampolines to get a bird’s eye view of their surroundings as well, making it easier to hunt for their prey. So how did modern trampolines come about?

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“The Leaps”

During the middle ages, people used a device named “The Leaps” which enables a person to be airborne for a short while. This device consists of a thin board that’s placed over two stands at both ends and jumping on it sends the person into the air which.

The Leaps became popular over time because of its function and ease of use. Performers back then used it to add a little bit of taste into their act. As time goes by, The Leaps is then replaced with a springboard, which is a contraption that’s composed of a board that was fixed to the base with a hinge. The springboard lets performers to be catapulted into the air, which became useful in circuses to do acrobatic stunts.

The Springboards

Springboards still existed to this date and are now called diving boards. Which is mainly used by divers and other aquatic performers to toss themselves into the water.

This device, however, bared little resemblance to the trampoline. The closest thing, however, would have been an adaptation of the trapeze net by a fellow called du Trampolin. Du Trampolin then came with an idea to tweak it to create a new device. He took the net, reduced the size to create a propulsion-and-landing device and then the “trampoline” was born.

The First-Ever Trampoline

However, the first trampoline was never documented back then. But there’s a person named George Nissen who made his own version of the equipment. Back in 1930, George Nissen is just a young little boy that watches a lot of trapeze shows where the performers do some breathtaking stunts. What amazes him is where the performers do a free fall into the safety net below the area which bounces them.

He then came with an idea to create a device that would do the same thing. George was part of the school’s gymnastics team and is also an excellent swimmer and a diver as well. Inspired by the safety net that bounces the performers, he created a “bouncing rig” that does the same thing. What he did is he strapped a sheet of canvas to a steel frame to create the device. In 1934, Nissen partnered up with Larry Griswold to add more bounce into the deivce by implementing the coil springs. Nissen spent years to spread the news about his invention across the world.

Trampoline in the Olympics

Back in 1948, trampoline became a part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association as a competitive sport. Fast forward to 1954, the sport was recognized as an Amateur Athletic Union event. However, the sport took the world by storm in 1964 at the World Championships at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

The International Trampolining Federation partnered with the International Gymnastics Federation to get the sport to be included in the Olympic games back in 1994. However, the deal took a while and a meeting was held in 1997 to further discuss about the said proposal. In 2000, trampolining is now officially part of the Olympic Games with its debut began in Sydney. George Nissen is the first one to buy a ticket for the Olympic Games where his face was filled with joy as he literally witnessed his dreams became a reality.

Trampolines in Our Generation

Fast forward to our generation, trampolines became popular with a lot of trampoline parks opening up across the world. Various versions also existed that you can buy for your own. There are the backyard trampolines that fits the whole family, and there are the mini trampolines that are solely used for rebounding exercises. Trampolines are indeed a timeless classic that will continue to live on for the later generations to come.

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Tips in Avoiding Common Trampoline Injuries

They say it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. This is mostly the case with trampolines. In the United States alone, over 100,00 of accidents came from trampolines each year. That’s why the following safety measures are a must for a safe trampoline experience.

Every physical activity is capable of putting someone to danger, and trampolines are no exception. In this article, we are going to explore the things you can do to prevent trampoline accidents.

The “One at a Time” Rule

This is the most basic rule of trampoline use yet many have failed to follow. Of course, we can’t deny the fun to trampoline along with friends and family but doing so is a recipe for disaster. If you’re a parent who implemented this rule to your kids, you will notice that they are probably crying their hearts out in their room right now. After all, it’s your decision that matters. No matter the situation is, always enforce the one at a time rule and save yourself and your kids from a trip to the hospital.

Safety Nets

Trampoline enclosure nets look good on paper. Indeed, it can add the safety level of your trampoline fun if only it is done right. A safety enclosure net will only help the person land on the center, but there are still chances that the person will jump in the spring and frame area. Even with safety nets, the frame is still exposed.

Soft Ground

To prevent the risk of injuries even more, place your trampoline surrounded by soft ground. Don’t place it on somewhere surrounded by concrete or the next thing you’ll wake up to is a broken neck. If your yard doesn’t have a soft ground, then you can invest in getting trampoline pads that you can place around the trampoline.

Damage Checkup

Trampolines wear down over time just like other common things in our daily lives. That’s why doing regular trampoline checkups is a must to prevent accidents in the long run.

Set Trampoline Rules

This is supposed to be the most basic thing to do that some people tend to overlook. When setting up your trampoline for the first time, you should implement and enforce some safety rules for everyone to follow. Although it will limit the fun, safety first is something that you should put on top of your priority list.

You’re Not a Stuntman/woman

Don’t be too overwhelmed from those cool trampoline tricks you see on YouTube. Keep in mind that they are done by professionals. And since you’re not a professional, then don’t imitate it or you’ll risk of getting yourself a broken head.

Trampoline Ladder

Ladders can be useful, but sometimes not. Just like the frame, a trampoline ladder can also be your landing spot if you’re not too careful enough. Always remove it every time you go in for a jump.

Good Lighting is Key

If you want to get some trampoline action during the night, then make sure that the area is pretty well-lit. No one wants to do trampoline exercises at a dark place, right? You will increase your chances of getting injured if you do. Why not spend a few bucks and invest on an outside lighting peripheral?

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The Proper Way to Take Care of Your Trampoline

Trampolines are pretty expensive, and it’s important to follow proper measures in taking care of it. Taking care not only make your trampoline safe to use, but you will also extend its life span as well.

The winter season is your biggest enemy when it comes to trampoline maintenance. But if you follow these simple tips on taking care of your trampoline below, your trampoline will survive no matter the weather. With that said, here are some few simple tips on how to take care of your trampoline the proper way.

Setting it Up

When setting up a trampoline, it’s important to place it in a location where it’s free of any hazard or any kinds of debris. If not set up properly, there’s a high chance of danger if not being prevented soon enough.

Proper Location

Placing your trampoline in a proper location is the key to extend its life. If you place it underneath the tree, leaves will fall into it and may accumulate from time to time on the trampoline. Old leaves that accumulate over time will break down your trampoline.

Do Regular Checkups

It is definitely important to do a regular trampoline checkup. You don’t have to do it every day; once a week should be enough. An unmaintained trampoline doesn’t break down overnight; it will tear apart over time if not being cared upon. Below is a list of things that you should have a look at when doing regular trampoline checkups.

Holes or tears in the jumping pad

Sagging on the pad

Bent frames


Be Barefoot

If you think that jumping on a trampoline with shoes on is good, then you need to get your eyes checked. This tip is pretty self-explanatory. So avoid using shoes whenever you go in for a jump.

Be Mindful of the Weight Limit

The weight limit is something most trampoline owners fail to follow. One thing you can do is to limit the number of people every time there’s going to use the trampoline. If you follow this rule, you will preserve your trampoline’s life for long.

Buy a Trampoline Cover

If you don’t have one, then it’s time to buy a trampoline cover to protect it from whatever weather may come. Of course, you can just take the trampoline back to the garage by disassembling it but doing so is so time-consuming. That’s why investing in a cover is the better option as it not only protects your trampoline from snow, but it also protects it from the sun’s UV rays during summer as well.

Invest in Stakes

If ever you live in a country where winds are acting drastically crazy, then a stake will come in handy to keep your trampoline into place. So get your wallet and buy some trampoline stakes. Because if you don’t, the next thing you’ll find is your trampoline flying around in your neighborhood like a UFO during stormy weather.

Be Proactive

Trampoline care is a process that goes on forever. So keep an eye on your trampoline at all times and do proper maintenance. Trampolines are expensive, and that’s why taking good care of it prevents you from buying another one which can be costly.

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The Ideal Weight a Trampoline Can Hold

When you have a trampoline, it is important to know the capacity it can hold. This will prevent the trampoline from breaking and wearing down easily because you know its limits. Figuring its weight capacity isn’t as hard as you thought. Most sellers had printed the weight capacity on its packaging when you first bought it anyway.

Weight limit plays a vital role in trampolines. This will help you to determine the number of people that should jump at the trampoline at a time. However, whatever the weight limit is, the most effective tip of them all is the one jumper at a time. But most people just tend to overlook this rule as it is impossible to follow. What’s fun on jumping on the trampoline alone, right?

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  • Determining Weight Limits by Size

  • Basically, the smaller the trampoline the lower the weight limit. If you’re purchasing this kind of trampoline, then you need to know that it should only be used for your kid only. If you want to join the action, then buy a trampoline that suits you instead.
  • But to save yourself some cash, you can opt a large trampoline that suits the whole family whatever the size. A large backyard trampoline can hold around 400 pounds, which is equivalent to two or three people.
  • Determining Weight Limit by Style

  • Not just the size, but the trampoline style is also another thing that you should check upon determining the weight limit of a trampoline. A rectangular trampoline will be able to hold more weight compared to a circular one.
  • To differentiate both of them, a round trampoline uses the strength of the trampoline springs in every bounce no matter the location is. Rectangular trampolines, however, have strings that don’t work together because the location of the jump determines which springs will be used. Rectangular strings are specially designed for gymnasts; that’s why companies are increasing their weight limit whenever they make one.
  • Determining Weight Limit by its Materials

  • Lastly, the materials used for the trampoline also contributes to its weight limit. Three of the most common trampoline materials are the jumping pad, frame, and springs.
  • A trampoline with a low-quality jumping pad is more likely not to hold much weight. The same goes for a trampoline with low-quality springs and frame. So before purchasing a trampoline, make sure to check its materials first to avoid any regrets.
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The Different Parts of a Trampoline

Trampolines provide countless hours of fun. Bored? Go jump on the trampoline! Stressed? De-stress on the trampoline. Feeling down? Trampolines are here to save the day. However, trampolines can wear down over time, especially if not being properly maintained.

That’s why it is important to know its parts in case you are going for a replacement. Understanding its parts and how its assembled enables you to select the best and the most durable replacement parts in the market. With that said, let’s get to know the different parts of a trampoline below!



A trampoline mat is commonly made out of nylon or polypropylene material. Keep in mind that the mat is not the one responsible for bouncing you up and down. Their purpose is to be strong and sturdy from the countless jumps that you are going to do. The mat is the one who will receive the most beating that’s why it needs to be strong.

That’s why it is important to do regular mat checkups to ensure that it is still sturdy enough for trampoline usage. And also, you must keep any kinds of sharp objects away from the mat as they are fragile and can tear off easily.


Trampoline springs are made out of galvanized rust-resistant steel. This material is purposely used as it can withstand rain and snow. Some trampolines have shorter springs which are less durable. That’s why you should opt for one with large springs with a longer coil. Longer-coil springs last longer and can support the mat for long periods.

Keep in mind that springs also wear down over time. So don’t be surprised if they don’t generate much bounce as time goes by. This is the time to get for a replacement.


Just like the springs, the frame is also made out of galvanized rust-resistant steel so that it can survive from rain and snow as well. Your trampoline frame is one of the most long-lasting and durable parts of it. You will be fine using it for the rest of its life but if ever you feel the need for replacement then do it.

There’s nothing wrong on keeping your frame up-to-date. And when you do, it will lower the chances of accidents as well.

Safety Pads

You can use safety pads in two different ways. First, you can place it to the line outside the poles of the safety net (if you had one). Second, you can use it to surround the edges of the trampoline where the frame and springs are.

You can choose to use or not to use safety pads. It all boils down to your preference. But since they provide extra safety for your trampoline fun, then it’s advisable to opt for one and save yourself from a trip to the Emergency Room.

Safety Net

A trampoline’s safety net is made out of polyethylene, polypropylene, or polyester. In case you have a hard time which one to pick, these three are all durable in the first place so you don’t have to worry.

However, among the three, polyethylene is the one that mas the most density and is capable of withstanding most impacts. Polyethylene is made by melting plastic into liquid and them formed back again in the shape of a net. Before you buy, opt for a polyethylene safety net that has a thickness of 0.97 g/cm³.

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Seventeen Ways How Trampoline Exercise Can Help You Shred Off Fat

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  1. It’s More Fun in Trampolines

  • Study shows that trampoline exercise is a more effective way to lose weight. According to NASA, it is 68% efficient compared to jogging. An individual that is spending an hour on the trampoline will burn more calories than a person that jogs for an hour. With that said, trampolines get your body moving without stressing out your metabolism.
  1. Enhances Your Body’s Lymphatic Flow

  • Your body’s lymphatic system is an interconnected network of tissues and organs that requires body movement to act as a pump. It’s miles different to your cardiovascular system because the heart is the one doing all the hard work to pump out blood. Trampoline exercises involve moving your whole body and are known to increase your lymph flow for as high as 15%
  1. Increases Body Detoxification and Cleansing

  • Trampoline exercises help your body’s natural detoxification mechanism to function more effectively. Every jump you make in a trampoline involves a gravity shift that can benefit all the muscles and cell in your body.
  1. Boosts Your Immune System

  • The lymphatic system needs to partner with the immune system to operate effectively. The immune system is the one who keeps you safe as it fights viruses, bacteria, and other health diseases and infection. Along with the immune system is a lymph that contains high amounts of white blood cells that is responsible for helping fight off infections in your body. As you do trampoline exercises, it enhances the lymph flow of your body, thus affecting the immune system too to function more effectively.
  1. Reduces Cellulite

  • Say goodbye to cellulite by doing trampoline exercises. As you jump up and down in the trampoline, you are basically pumping your body. By doing so, you are helping your body’s thyroid glands to clean itself and the fat that’s stored on the lymphatic system, which results to eliminate cellulite.
  1. Increases Skeletal Strength and Bone Mass

  • Trampoline exercise also helps strengthen your bone density, reducing the chances of getting osteoporosis. A study shows that doing rebounding exercises such as trampoline jumping strengthens the skeletal system as a whole, thus saving yourself from splints or unexpected bone fractures.
  1. Enhances Oxygen Circulation

  • Trampoline exercises increase your body’s biomechanical stimuli, which makes it a more effective and beneficial exercise compared to jogging.
  1. An Increase On Your Body’s Mitochondrial Production

  • As you do rebounding exercises, your body demands more energy by the cells than normal. This triggers your body’s mitochondrial production to produce more than usual. As a result, your body will have enough stored energy just by using that energy. You will feel more alive throughout the day when this happens and you will be losing weight along the way faster.
  1. Fun Way to Exercise Without Putting Too Much Pressure on Your Feet & Legs

  • Various cardio exercises involve putting too much pressure on the joints, feet, and legs. This is where trampoline steals the crown as it lets you exercise for long periods without putting much pressure on your joints.
  1. Enhances Balance and Posture

  • As you do rebounding exercises A.K.A trampolines, it stimulates the vestibule in your middle ear which results in an improved balance and body posture.
  1. Effective Way to Reduce Body Fat

  • Trampoline exercise is an effective way to make your legs, thighs, arms, hips, and abdomen firm. Thus increases agility and sense of balance. Not only that, but the detoxification effect as you trampoline reduces body fat as well.
  1. Improves Your Body’s Cardiovascular System

  • Not only the lymphatic system, but trampoline exercise also helps your cardiovascular system to perform and function better as well. Thus enhancing blood circulation and reduces blood pooling on your veins.
  1. Eliminates Varicose Veins

  • Trampoline exercises bids goodbye to varicose veins and lets you say hello to a healthy looking skin. This is because rebounding exercise improved circulation of blood flow, which releases the pressure in your veins, thus eliminating varicose veins.
  1. Achieve Greater Heights with Other Exercises

  • It’s already tested and proven that trampoline exercise can help you do and achieve more with your other exercises, especially strength training and weight lifting.
  1. Safer Cardiovascular Exercise

  • As you jump your way towards the trampoline, the impact is absorbed by the surface of the trampoline reducing the risk of injuring muscle and fibers.
  1. Helps Eliminate Cancer

  • We already know that trampoline exercise improved lymphatic fluid circulation. As a result, this helps destroy cancerous cells in your body. The lymphatic fluid is the one responsible for eliminating bad bacteria as well as cancerous cells.
  1. Reduces Fatigue and Menstrual Discomfort in Women

  • This is good news for women is trampoline exercise detoxifies any harmful hormones and toxins in your body. Thus, resulting in a healthy endocrine system which reduces fatigue and menstrual discomfort.
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How Rebounding Exercises Can Improve Your Health

Rebounding is a fun exercise that NASA has been using a while back for their astronauts to recover and regain bone muscle mass after a long time of being in space. In space, you will lose like 15% of bone and muscle mass from only 14 days of zero gravity. And luckily, NASA has studied the effects of rebounding and found out that it’s an effective way to reverse such damage.

A lot of exercises are done to target specific muscles and enhance the cardiovascular system of your body. It’s a different story in rebounding as it uses the forces of both acceleration and deceleration to move the body uniquely. Here are some things that will happen if you do some rebounding exercises on a mini trampoline.

  • Acceleration increase as you bounce upward
  • Weightless split-second pause happens at the top
  • Deceleration at an increased G-force
  • An impact is placed on the rebounder
  • Repeat the process

The increased G-force from rebounding exercise enables the cells of the body to respond to its acceleration and deceleration. The lymphatic system is the one that gets the most benefit out from this because of the vertical direction in the body. Also, an increased G-force also enhances the lymphatic activity which helps transport immune cells throughout the body and boosts immune function as well. With that said, there are even more benefits that rebounding can give.

  • Enhances lymphatic drainage and immune function.
  • Improves the skeletal system and an increase in bone mass.
  • Improves digestion.
  • More effective than jogging without putting too much pressure on your knees and ankles.
  • Increases endurance and mitochondrial production.
  • Improves body balance.
  • Helps you do more on other exercises.
  • Circulates oxygen effectively throughout the body to increase energy.
  • Improves muscle tone.
  • Helps support thyroid and adrenal glands.

Start Rebounding Exercises Today

  • There’s nothing better than starting your rebounding journey today. Rebounding as in activity that doesn’t need an hour or more to do so. Even for 15 minutes, you can get the health benefits of rebounding.
  • What’s even better is that it is a gentle activity that lets you do more as it doesn’t put too much pressure in your joints. There’s a lot of mini trampolines available in the market both offline and online; you can choose one that suits best for you and also your budget.
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Fifteen Trampoline Safety Tips for Kids

Don’t you just love enjoying the time outside and do trampoline exercise with your kids? Yes, of course, we do. Not until one of your kids suddenly break a leg because of not being too careful. Trampolines are fun, but they are also a recipe for disaster, especially if you’re not careful enough.

Even the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons bans trampolines on kids ages 6 and under. However, kids will be kids, and they will definitely find a way just to jump on one. This is because we can’t deny the fun and joy a trampoline gives to us. In fact, they can also be used as an exercise equipment as well.

Now before you get rid of your trampoline, there are fifteen tips that can keep your kids safe while they happily bounce back and forth in the trampoline. Everyone can have fun in the trampoline as long as you follow the tips listed down below.

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  1. Find the Perfect Location to Set Up the Trampoline

  • You must set up the trampoline at least three meters away from any kinds of outside danger such as walls, trees, poles, and fences. It’s also advisable to install a padded mat in your trampoline in case yours doesn’t come with one.
  1. Terrain Placement is Important

  • It’s also ideal to place your trampoline on soft ground such as sand or bark. This will ensure that your kids or even you will have a safe landing just in case some of you falls off the trampoline. Don’t ever place the trampoline on asphalt or concrete or the next thing you’ll find is a broken skull.
  1. Check Before Using

  • It’s always advisable to do a regular safety check before you use the trampoline. Listed below are some things that you need to check and these are:
  • The springs – check if they are securely attached and not loose.
  • The mat – check if there are no tears or holes. Slight damage on the mat can result in a hard landing, which increases the risk of getting injuries.
  • The trampoline level – always ensure that the trampoline is properly leveled so that no one falls off unexpectedly.
  • Extra things – always keep the trampoline away from any sticks, leaves, or your kid’s toys to ensure safety.
  1. Use the Ladder

  • There’s a good reason why trampolines come with a built-in ladder. This is to be used to get in and off the trampoline itself. It can be tempting to just jump off without using the ladder if you feel that you are a stunt person wannabe. But it’s always a good idea to keep safety first at the top of your list.
  1. Remove the Ladder (if needed)

  • Now that’s a bit odd. Above, we told you that the ladder acts as a safety material. And now, we just told you to remove it. This tip will come useful, especially if your kids are left in the house with no adults around. So if ever you will go out of town for a while, secure the trampoline by removing the ladder to prevent kids from getting on it.
  1. Keep a Lookout on Your Kids

  • As a parent, it’s your responsibility to keep your kids safe at all times. So if ever your kids are getting too excited and over-enthusiastic on the trampoline, make sure that they don’t jump too high to reduce injuries.
  1. Clear Thy Pockets Before Jumping

  • Before you get on the trampoline, clear your kids’ pockets (and even yours) from any kinds of items. It can be a bit of a chore but it’s better to be safe than sorry.
  1. Don’t Imitate Stunts You See on the Internet

  • The internet is a dangerous place (sometimes). So if you let your kids watch some trampoline stunts on YouTube, always make a piece of advice to them not to imitate it. Those eye-candy backflips and somersaults should only be done if you’re already a professional. And since you’re not, then stop dreaming about doing it or you’ll get a nice trip to the hospital.
  1. Kids Ages Six and Below Should Not Be Allowed

  • As said earlier, kids age six and below should never be allowed to play on the trampoline. However, there are mini trampolines that are available in the market that is suitable for your little kids. You could opt for those if you had the cash.
  1. Teach Them the Importance of the Trampoline’s Center

  • The center is the safe spot of the trampoline. And it’s important to teach your kids about this to prevent themselves from jumping on the sides where the steel frames are at.
  1. Clear the Underneath of the Trampoline

  • Before you and your kids do some jumping action on the trampoline, take a look underneath it and see if it’s clear from any debris or harmful materials/items.
  1. Don’t Drink and Jump

  • This one is for the parents who like to drink a lot to cast their problems away (which is ineffective by the way). So if you’re from an intense drinking session, keep away from the trampoline or a visit to the ER is the next thing you’ll wake up to.
  1. Don’t Wear Shoes

  • This one should be pretty basic. Always be barefooted when jumping on the trampoline. Not just you, but also your kids too. Or better yet, you can buy trampoline socks if you don’t like the feeling of being barefoot while doing some trampoline action.
  1. Ensure That There is an Adult Supervising Your Kids

  • If ever you go out for a little while, always invite your friend or tell your helper to keep a lookout on your kids if ever they are on the trampoline. Don’t ever leave your kids alone in the trampoline because if you do, then say hello to a trip to the hospital.
  1. One Jumper at a Time Rule

  • This rule is self-explanatory. Only play with the trampoline one jumper at a time. Unless your trampoline is pretty big, that can fit at least five people or so. The many the jumper, the higher chances of getting an accident is. So keep things simple and make safety as a priority.
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Fifteen Minutes on the Trampoline Can Bring Lots of Benefits to Your Body

Rebounding exercises such as trampoline jumping bring plenty of health benefits to your body. And the best part is, you only need fifteen to twenty minutes on one to get these benefits. Gone are those extensive exercises that require thirty minutes or even an hour just to get rid of that unsightly fat.

You can opt for a single-person mini trampoline for exercise purposes. The best thing about this is that you can exercise almost anywhere with it. Either at home or at the park or wherever you want to. With that said, here are five reasons how a 15-minute trampoline exercise can bring lots of benefits to your body.

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  1. Gets Rid of Stress

  • With just a few minutes of rebounding exercises a day, it can create a huge impact on your overall health. It increases blood flow on your cardiovascular system and helps your body to release more endorphins to keep you feeling good throughout the day. Thus, giving you a clearer mind to help you do more and achieve more as well as getting rid of tension.
  1. Enhances the Pelvic Floor for an Improved Sexual Health

  • In case you don’t know the function of the pelvic floor, it is a group of muscles that helps support the base of your pelvis and the organs on it. Having a strong pelvic floor helps control your bladder, improve sexual orgasms, and stabilizes your hip joints. Look at what a 15-minute rebounding exercise can do. If you’re a woman who wants to have an improved sexual health, then start your trampoline exercises today.
  • For active moms that had already recovered days after their delivery, you can strengthen your pelvic floor once again by doing trampoline exercises. A 15 to 20-minute rebounding exercise never hurts.
  1. Improves Balance

  • Rebounding exercises is also a good way to improve your balance as well as your body’s proprioception. If you don’t know what proprioception is, you can do the following:
  • Stand on one leg
  • Close your eyes
  • Proprioception is the process of your body where it sends a message to your leg to make micro-adjustments at a continuous rate to help you stay upright. And if you did the following above and have stayed upright for a long time, then congratulations! You have a strong body proprioception. And if you don’t, then it’s time to get on that trampoline and do more rebounding exercises.
  1. Strength Buildup

  • By doing trampoline exercises, it produces 2-3 times vertical gravitation, which strengthens your bone resistance. Compared to most weight-inducing workouts, rebounding is one of a kind because it’s a low-impact exercise. Which means it’s gentler on joints, cartilage, and even the vertebrae. Since it’s a low-impact exercise, you can exercise more (if you want to exceed more than 15 minutes) if you have the time to even gain more benefits.
  1. Just Have Fun!

  • At the end of the day, just have fun. Rebounding is a fun exercise that can get rid of stress without putting too much pressure on your body while doing it. If you find that 15-20 minutes is just too short, then extend it at your own will. So what are you waiting for? Live healthier and bounce your troubles away by doing trampoline exercises.
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Battling the Digital: Why Are Throwing Events Still Relevant Today?

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In terms of territories and drastic changes, events are seemingly in a precarious circumstance. Back in the day, events were completely necessary. Now that everything’s mostly digitalized do they still carry the same relevance?

There are people that tend to think that hosting events may not have the same efficacy as they did before as people tend to mostly meet and discuss things online. There are also those that believe that throwing or hosting an real world event is still as relevant as ever.

For the sake of argument, let’s take a look at both sides of the event discussion.


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Highly Accessible

A digital event like an e-symposium or an e-panel means that anyone with an internet connection and a standing knowledge of the address of the event can access it. This is not to imply that all digital events are free.

There are digital events which require a small menial fee but can still be access no matter where you are on the globe. That’s a different level of connectivity that cannot be beat.

May Lack Credibility

The trouble with a digital event is that people like to say that they’re going but end up not going at all. This is due to the fact that most people tend to doubt the credibility of people who throw digital events. People tend to think if others do not spend money to rent out a venue and pool people together that their words do not mean much or aren’t valuable.

This is a sad misconception that limits the true reach of a digital event.

Real World

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When a business or a person takes time to organize and host an event, it pretty much stamps a seal of ‘credibility’ over the associated origin or host. There is a reason why a lot of governments host events to really help promote their tourism.


We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, real world events often equal networking opportunities which can bolster one’s business and future event. When you host an event, you effectively open your brand to be perused and even be coveted by others.

If you do this professionally, hosting an event is pretty much your bread and butter.

To Wrap Things Up

Events, regardless of the shape or form that they take, will always carry relevance with it. While there are certain aspects which one will have over the other, it does not change the fact that events are important. They’re a good way to exchange ideas and continuously improve one’s processes and efficacy.

Do you think throwing or hosting events is still highly relevant today? If so, why do you think so?