Jumping on a trampoline is a great way to burn fat and build muscle strength at the same time. You can take this form of exercise further by doing proper exercises when on the trampoline. If you’re looking for new exercise routines, here are 2 rebounding exercise routines you should incorporate for weight loss and greater muscle strength and mass.
The following exercise routine is a great way to build core strength and lose weight in the process. Your core is activated in almost every exercise or physical activity that you perform. A strong core will improve your overall strength, posture, and stability. Here are 3 exercises you can do to build your core and lose fat at the same time. The great thing about all three of these exercises is that you can do them on any sized trampoline – it works well on a 10ft trampoline, a mini trampoline, or even a 14ft trampoline
In this exercise, perform a regular crunch exercise with a bounce in between each rep. This means that you push your closed knees toward your face when your back is on the trampoline’s mat.
In this exercise, perform a running motion on the trampoline. During each bounce, kick backwards as far as you can. This exercise is great for developing your core strength, glutes, and knee joints.
In this exercise, keep your legs together and jump from one side to the other. In the process, you will work your core strength, glutes, quads, and hips.
This exercise routine will activate your core throughout each exercise. If you incorporate this core-strengthening routine into your everyday workout schedule, your abs will transform like they never have before. In this routine, there is no real rest period. This makes the routine a real challenge. You should be familiar with the proper form and range of movement of each of these exercises before you tackle them. Improper form of any exercise can cause injury.
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is an excellent way to burn fat and retain muscle mass. There are two periods in HIIT. The first is your rest period, and the second is the intense training period. You have to do each of these periods once every minute for multiple rounds. So, if you’re a beginner, give yourself 45 seconds of rest and 15 seconds of intense training (go all out in these 15 seconds). Try and do this for ten rounds (a total of 10 minutes).
Two exercises you should include when rebounding for weight loss are running and jumping jacks. Both of them are fairly simple and require no explanation. You can make the exercises even harder by wearing ankle weights or by holding dumbbells in your hands.
Always remember to pick a workout routine that helps you accomplish your fitness goals. If your goal is to lose fat and gain strength, either of the two exercise routines above will help you achieve that.