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For the Heart and Mind

Cardiovascular Training with the Trampoline

It’s widely known that regular endurance training is optimal if you want to keep your heart healthy. And who doesn’t want that? That’s why the preferred sport of all cardiologists is endurance training. It has numerous advantages: you can decide on the intensity and duration, it always helps, and you can start at any age.

Unfortunately, people are often too lazy and cannot get out to exercise after a long day. If no exercise becomes a way of life, the heart is not happy. Regular fitness training improves blood circulation and oxygenation of the whole body. Plus, it strengthens the heart and other muscles, improves the lymphatic flow, keeps the joints supple, and prevents many diseases, such as osteoporosis. Convinced yet? We hope so, because trampoline training does all that, makes it really fun, and puts you in a good mood!

We’re not alone in thinking this. Prof. Ingo Froböse from the Center for Health of the German Sport University in Cologne confirms, "Trampolining is extremely beneficial for the health. During regular training sessions, metabolism, circulation, connective tissue and vessels are strengthened. "

For High Blood Pressure

Anyone who moves regularly will also see significant improvement in their blood pressure or hypertension. Genetic predisposition and nutrition both play a big role, but while you cannot change your genes, you certainly have control over your exercise and weight.

Moderate, but Regular

Most doctors recommend that you train for 30 minutes, five times a week. But even with less training you can still achieve good results. We usually avoid making general statements about this since one’s ideal training program depends on many factors such as age, fitness, weight, goals, motivations, and potential pre-existing conditions. It’s best to talk with your doctor before starting and get a check-up. Once you begin training, go slowly and follow the motto “Don’t just be moderate, be regular.” This saying works well with the trampoline as you have total control over your movements and can jump gently. With regular training sessions that don’t overstrain your body, nothing stands in the way of healthy and safe exercising.

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