Ditch The Gym, Jump Your Own Way For A Better Health

Now be fit while flipping, flying and jumping
Trampoline park: Gurgoan

If running on a treadmill endlessly is not your thing then  Cybercity has something new that is up your alley. A new skyjumper trampoline is now open in ILD Trade Center, Gurgaon. This new park is India’s largest indoor trampoline park with 100+ interconnected trampolines! As fun as it sounds and as much as one would rant, “It is just for kids,” we’d like to have you believe otherwise. According to NASA, rebound exercise is the most efficient, effective form of exercise yet devised by man. Don’t have time to make it every day? The park offers various membership packages to avail. So put on your sneakers, head to Skyjumper Trampoline Park and let your inner jumping-jack come out! 

Trampoline –It’s Good For Your Heart

Because it is a low-impact workout that tones muscles and improves coordination.  There are countless health benefits of trampoline jumping and exercises. For starters, a study carried out by NASA found that 10 minutes bouncing on a trampoline is a better cardiovascular workout than 33 minutes of running. The report said also stated that for similar levels of heart rate and oxygen consumption, the magnitude of the bio-mechanical stimuli is greater with jumping on a trampoline than with running. Bouncing movement also stimulates the flow in a way that helps rid the body of toxins and waste.

It Also Improves Metabolism

Sick being sick! Then jump your way to great health because trampolining jacks up your metabolic rate and, as result, your body cells become stronger. Jumping helps immune the body cells and keeps the diseases at bay says Yogita Sharma, International certified Gymnastics coach from N.C.C.P Canada.




It Also Improves Posture and Muscle Health 

The jumps on the trampoline will help you to tone the muscle and improve the posture. But not to forget if you want to see effective results then you need to jump regularly. John Beer, the Olympic coach to the British trampolining team, says, “Your core-stability muscles are almost constantly engaged to keep you stable and balanced, meaning a tauter, stronger stomach and lower back.” He also agrees with NASA research that using a trampoline helps improve whole-body strength.

Combat Stress Problem

Trampolining promote better sleeping pattern, helps you relax and fight off depression, anxiety and stress as the exercise increases the release of endorphins by the brain. It increases the circulation of oxygen around your body, making you more alert and improving mental performance, says Yogita.

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