Ultimate Trampoline Workout
Easily burn 600 calories fast!
Let’s jump right into action. This workout can be fun, for about the 10 minutes or so, and then it gets to be a little repetitive. This is ultimate workout is ideal for those who need to add some variety to their current routine. Trampolines were a huge fitness craze about a year ago but when you give something patience and effort it will have the ability to adapt into something desirable.
Trampoline Workout Benefits
Do you have sore muscles and/or joints? Would you like to burn more calories in less time than simply jogging? You are in luck! Cardio exercises raise your heart-rate and metabolism both during and immediately following your cardio activities. On average, you can burn 140-295 calories from a 30-minute cardio workout, depending on the intensity of your workout and your weight, height and gender. The higher your body-weight the more calories you will burn. But even so, is 295 calories enough to satisfy you?
The Ultimate Trampoline workout is great for those suffering knee and/or back injuries due to its “low impact” effects. Typically you can burn up to 600 calories from a 45 minute session. The fun aspects stem from your creativity, taste in music (you have to pick something that will literally get you jumping) and how many friends you can gather to do this workout with you. Not to mention it helps bring out the inner child in you.
Another great benefit is that this whole workout can be done in 30 minutes, including warm-up and cool-down routines, without stepping foot off the trampoline. As an additional benefit I have provided you with a full on workout that you can use for motivation or to start feeling superior results.
This workout accommodates those of any age, gender and/or physical ability.
Warm-Up: (optional – trampoline)
30 Jumping Jacks
15 Squat Jumps
42-45 Minutes of Trampoline Bouncing
15 (trampoline) Burpees
The Low Impact, High Results & Low Budget Workout
You can purchase a trampoline suitable for this workout for about $200 which is much more viable than a $1,000 treadmill, and your children will love you for it! Indoor Trampoline Parks can easily be at least $15/ hour, which could equivocate to a much higher price than local gyms. The only upside of indoor trampoline parks are the fact that they can host dodge ball type games, which are a workout disguised by fun. Reduce risk of injury while having a blast with your workout; you can workout with your children, while watching television and all from the convenience of your own home.