What Are The Main Benefits Of Trampoline Exercise ?Written by Paul Johnson
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Adults can benefit from either full size trampolines, or smaller ones known as "rebounders", designed to be used in home. Not only does gentle activity of bouncing on a trampoline strengthen voluntary and involuntary muscles, it helps bones to become stronger, and stay denser.
The aerobic activity involved strengthens heart, and provides you with many of same benefits as jogging, with less stress on weight bearing joints.
The "G" force, or effects of gravity in jogging, can actually increase impact on your feet, to a value that is equivalent to four times your body weight. Using a trampoline can reduce that stress by 80%, providing a safe, effective way to exercise for older adults, and those with certain physical challenges.
Paul Johnson works as a software developer, often working long hours under great stress. He considers exercise crucial to his health. When purchasing his own fintess equipment he researched all available products. Now he's written a series of useful articles on choosing (and using) exercise equipment.
Exercise and Diet Ė For Your WaistlineWritten by Robb Ksiazek
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The Exercise Element
The bombardment of exercise advice is not subsiding, and wonít any time soon. But you just canít pick and choose bits and pieces that you find convenient. On contrary, your regimen doesnít have to be so structured that it will push you away. Common sense is king here, too. Getting exercise for your body doesnít have to come at gym. It can be done in everyday places, doing everyday tasks:
Finding simple solutions are easy. It just takes a little common sense in your everyday life to get most out of it. Not everyone was designed to have six pack abs, but everyone can be healthy. Your body mass index, or BMI, a measure of health in relation to your weight, signals what medical conditions you are in line for. Break trend, just one habit a week. Youíll soon realize that you feel better and youíll desire more results.
Robb Ksiazek writes and publishes valuable information at Body-Mass-Index-4U.com. He researches and practices health and wellness, and believes the mind, body, and soul work in unison toward a fulfilled life.