The research proves it...
Interview - Dr. Gruenn speaks on the benefits of rebounding
"Bouncercising has a ton of benefits. It basically works positively on every system in every cell of the body. For example, the very important lymph system – and that’s unique about Bouncercising. It basically works and massage the lymph system by basically three forces. One is gravity, which pulls you down. The other is acceleration when you go up, and then you decelerate again as you go down. And this effect positively affects the body."
N.A.S.A., Journal of Applied Physiology 49(5): 881-887
"…for similar levels of heart rate and oxygen consumption, the magnitude of the biomechanical stimuli is greater with jumping on a rebounder trampoline than with running, a finding that might help identify acceleration parameters needed for the design of remedial procedures to avert deconditioning in persons exposed to weightlessness."
Article - A Low Impact Exercise Alternative
Rebounding is a form of aerobic exercise that emerged nearly 50 years ago (1). A modern-day version of rebounding may now be seen in fitness clubs throughout the United States. This form of group-led exercise appears to provide an adequate stimulus for improving and maintaining cardiovascular fitness, and it may also be a good choice of exercise for clients needing a low-impact option. Rebounding involves performing basic physical movements, similar to traditional aerobic classes, on a mini-trampoline device referred to as a rebounder.
Research Article - The University of Utah Studies: Rebounding vs. Jogging
It seems like every book on exercise has one or two chapters on injury, everything from dog bites to shin splints. This is probably what prompted Craig McQueen, M.D., to ask A. W. Daniels, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor, Material Science and Engineering and Orthopedic Surgery of the University of Utah to analyze the comparison of the impact loads transmitted by rebounding and more conventional exercise surfaces.
Research Article - Dr. Harry Sneider Study: Rebounding with Resistance
"I know how to make rebound exercise even better," I heard one day when I was at the National Health Federation Convention, in Anaheim, California. The voice belonged to Harry Sneider, fitness coach of Ambassador College, in Pasadena, California.
Research Article - Rebound and Reverse Heart Disease
Rebound and reverse Heart Disease as well as CFS, fibromyalgia and a host of other modern illnesses—and strengthen your immune system at the same time.
You can bypass drugs, surgery, angioplasty or bypass procedures to heal or prevent heart and other modern diseases such as asthma and diabetes. Here is a simple prescription you can use to chelate (pronounced key-late), or cleanse arteriosclerotic blockages, stimulate your immune system and cleanse toxins from the cardiovascular and all cellular systems and organs of the body.