Habit #2

12 benefits of rebounding (bouncing) in the morning
Get your bounce on! Just 100 bounces a day for a healthier you. Let’s go!” 12 benefits of rebounding (bouncing) in the morning

1- Cardiovascular Fitness: Bouncing on a mini-trampoline gets your heart pumping and provides a low-impact cardiovascular workout, improving heart health and stamina.
2- Lymphatic System Stimulation: Rebounding helps stimulate the lymphatic system, which aids in the removal of toxins and waste from the body.
3- Enhanced Circulation: Bouncing promotes blood flow and circulation throughout the body, supporting nutrient delivery and waste removal.
4- Improved Balance and Coordination: Regular rebounding can enhance balance and coordination skills by engaging the body’s core and stabilizing muscles.
5 Low-Impact Exercise: Rebounding is gentle on the joints, reducing the risk of impact-related injuries compared to high-impact exercises like running or jumping.
6- Increased Bone Density: The up-and-down motion of rebounding can help promote bone density and prevent osteoporosis.
7- Muscle Toning and Strength: Bouncing engages various muscle groups, including the legs, core, and glutes, leading to improved muscle tone and strength.
8- Weight Management: Rebounding can contribute to weight management by burning calories, increasing metabolism, and improving body composition.
9- Mood Enhancement: Exercise, including rebounding, releases endorphins and helps reduce stress, leading to improved mood and mental well-being.
10- Improved Digestion: The bouncing motion can stimulate the digestive system, promoting better digestion and relieving constipation.
11- Increased Energy Levels: Starting your day with rebounding can boost energy levels, providing a natural pick-me-up and enhancing overall vitality.
12- Fun and Enjoyable: Rebounding is a fun and enjoyable exercise option that can make your morning routine more exciting and help you stay motivated to move.

* Remember to start slowly and listen to your body. No trampoline no problem just do little bent knee bounces to shake up that body.