Health and mini trampoline

Piece of furniture that makes movement attractive

The attractive incentive to exercise that gives hope for positive habits.

Trampoline exercise

After decades of research and practical applications - an overview of the current knowledge on mini trampoline training:
  • Increased fat burning due to cardiovascular activity during trampoline training.
  • Improve cardiovascular health by increasing heart rate and oxygen uptake during exercise.
  • Promote lymphatic circulation through repeated pressure changes during jumping.
  • Strengthening the immune system through regular physical activity.
  • Improve coordination and balance by requiring balance on the trampoline.
  • Improve muscle strength and tone by activating different muscle groups while jumping.
  • Strengthening the pelvic floor through the gentle but dynamic movement of trampoline training, which activates and trains the pelvic floor muscles.
  • Reducing stress and anxiety through the release of endorphins during exercise.
  • Improve cognitive functions, including attention and memory.

Source of quality of life

A mini trampoline in the inner circle: promoting a positive lifestyle.

Wood - effective and aesthetic

Wood offers people a complex sensory input and leads to demonstrable relaxation.

What other voices say

University of Basel

“Train on the trampoline as light as a feather “
To the report
Höchsmann C, Rossmeissl A, Baumann S, Infanger D, Schmidt-Trucksäss A. Oxygen uptake during mini trampoline exercise in normal-weight, endurance-trained adults and in overweight-obese, inactive adults: A proof-of-concept study. Eur J Sport Sci. 2018 Jun;18(5):753-761. doi: 10.1080/17461391.2018.1449894. Epub 2018 Mar 15. PMID: 29544075.

Ames Research Center - NASA

“Body acceleration distribution and O2 uptake in humans during running and jumping”
To the summary
Bhattacharya A, McCutcheon EP, Shvartz E, Greenleaf JE. Body acceleration distribution and O2 uptake in humans during running and jumping. J Appl Physiol Respir Environ Exerc Physiol. 1980 Nov;49(5):881-7. doi: 10.1152/jappl.1980.49.5.881. PMID: 7429911.

Time magazine

“Jumping Up and Down Is Ridiculously Good Exercise”
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