Ready for a Challenge? Check out the Strength Bounce for Cancer Recovery


Strength Bounce Exercise For Cancer PatientsFor most people, the most difficult of all rebounder exercise routines is the strength bounce. This type of bounce is the most difficult for several reasons.

Regardless of its difficulty, the strength bounce can help in building strength and increasing your stamina.

Simple Goal of the Strength Bounce: Jump for the Heavens!

The goal of the strength bounce is to bounce as high as possible. The higher you bounce, the more gravitational pull you will feel, meaning you will be getting the very best of the health benefits from rebounding.

Why is the gravitational pull important? This increased gravitational pull helps you build your strength and stamina.

You should only try out this exercise if you are physically fit and after you have already tried and made the best of the other rebounder exercise routines such as the aerobic bounce and health bounce.

If you are trying out rebounding for the first time, you should not start with this routine. The strength bounce is best if you are an experienced rebounder and can rebound comfortably for 20 minutes or more.

If you are not ready for the Strength Bounce, what are your Alternatives?

Before you try the strength bounce technique, you should try these other routines first:
Aerobic Bounce. This one relies entirely on what your body can do. Some questions to consider are:

  • How fast you want your bounces to be?
  • How high you should go?
  • How much time you would like to devote to this activity?

The aerobic bounce helps build up stamina and strength for more difficult exercises such as the strength bounce.

Health Bounce. This exercise is essentially considered as a warm up or cool down exercise, flushing out toxins and preparing you for more difficult exercises afterwards. This what you need to do:

  • Start by setting your feet a shoulder’s width apart
  • Jump from your trampoline with only your heels leaving the ground.
  • Do this exercise for approximately two minutes in order to get the best results.

You can either wear shoes or go barefoot when training on a trampoline, so choose which one you are more comfortable with.

Why should you Rebound?

There are a plethora of health benefits of rebounding. The most obvious benefits of rebounding include:

  • More energy
  • Improved bone health and density
  • Detoxification of toxins
  • Improved immune function
  • Increased lymph flow

Strenght Bounce & Cancer RecoverySource: https://www.psychologies.co.uk/how-bounce-back
If you want to go further with your workout, you can do several things to add challenge to your rebounding routine, such as:

  • Adding hand weights to increase the gravitational pull on your body
  • Using resistance bands for strength training
  • Increasing your jump pace and overall time of your rebounding workout

Keep in mind that pushing your boundaries should be done in moderation in order to prevent overexertion or even injury.

Ready to Transform your Health?

If you want to learn more about rebounding, visit the Rebounder Zone library and find out how rebounding can transform your life!

Photo source: Featured image, leaping image

Be strong, active, and healthy!

Leonard Parker, Owner of RebounderZoneIf you are ready to start a new, refreshing stage in your battle against breast cancer, start rebounding today with these high quality rebounders. Use discount code VICTORY for 10% off all products in our store.

A life of better health awaits you.

Author: Leonard Parker, Owner of RebounderZone 

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