Rebounding is by far the most fun I’ve had while getting an amazing total body workout. While rebounding may be new to may of you it has actually been around for over twenty years, and is said to be the most effective form of exercise as published in the Journal of Applied Physiology.
“Never in my 35 years as a practicing physician have I found any exercise method, for any price, that will do more for the physical body than rebound exercise.”
-Henry Savage, M.D.
Why Rebound? Here are just a few reason you’ll want to join me in one of the most fun exercise classes you’ll ever experience.
- Rebounding is 68% more efficient than jogging or using a treadmill(NASA, Journal of Applied Physiology 49(5):881-887).
- Improves resting metabolic rate (you’ll burn more calories after your workout)
- Helps reduce body fat
- It’s a total body workout, toning legs, thighs, core, arms and hips
- Fights fatigue by strengthening the glandular system to increase the capabilities of the thyroid glad, the pituitary gland and the adrenals
- Has a natural analgesic effect on the body which helps to relieve joints and pain in the neck, back and head through the increase of circulation and oxygen flow
- Slow the aging process by increasing the performance of the heart and circulatory system
- Helps remove waste and toxins from the body by stimulating the lymphatic system
- Studies show it helps enhance digestion, relaxation, sleep patterns, nerve impulses and muscle fiber
- Promotes tissue repair
- Increases the mitochondria count within the muscle cells, which increases your endurance
Update 1/1/2015 ALL classes will now be held at SLC Fit Collective
1597 S 1100 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Monday: 4:30 pm 6:00 pm
Wednesday: 6:00 pm
Friday: 7:00 am
Saturday: 9:00 am
To schedule your class click here
*All classes are 50 minutes each, 300 pound maximum, for all fitness levels*
“Rebound exercise is the most efficient, effective form of exercise yet devised by man.”
– NASA statement in a scientific study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology 49(5):881-887, 1980