Rebounding has been around for over 50 years.
The health benefits have never been published.It was only until Nasa did medical and scientific testing.

Reporting the comparisons between rebounding and other forms of exercises.


Dr. Paul E. Devore, at the American institute of bariatric physicians, doctors and scientists study weight loss. They have ascertained that rebounding burns 11 times more calories than walking, 5 times more calories than swimming and 3 times more calories than running!

Rebounding uses 3 natural forces acceleration, deceleration and gravity on the same vertical plane.

What is acceleration? It is when you’re in your car and step on the gas pedal and floor it. Your body is forced back.

What is deceleration? It’s when you step on the brake and your body is forced forward.
Because of these 3 forces: acceleration, deceleration and gravity; your weight doubles at the bottom of the bounce. Your body recognized these forces and adapts by doubling the impact, this burning more calories and producing a stronger healthier and more efficient body.

In 1911, Albert Einstein stated that the human body cannot tell the difference from acceleration, deceleration and gravity. He also quoted that man has not yet developed exercise systems using the 3 forces. He went on to say to fully benefit from these 3 forces. They have to be combined on the same vertical plane.
No other exercise fitted into this definition until rebound exercise.

More studies here:

Rebound Exercise, Rebounder Aerobics, Resistive Rebounding and 2007 National Health Trends:

Notable Quotes and Sources

exercise bar"…for similar levels of heart rate and oxygen consumption, the magnitude of the biomechanical stimuli is greater with jumping on a rebounder trampoline than with running, a finding that might help identify acceleration parameters needed for the design of remedial procedures to avert deconditioning in persons exposed to weightlessness."

-N.A.S.A., Journal of Applied Physiology 49(5): 881-887


"The mini trampoline [rebounder] provides a convenient form of exercise with a major advantage being its apparent low level of trauma to the musculoskeletal system."

-Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, 1990: 10; 401-408



Osteoporosis"Exercise can be helpful in building and maintaining strong bones. Exercise that forces you to work against gravity – so called weight bearing exercises such as walking or jogging [and rebounding] are beneficial ...If you are at risk for osteoporosis, your doctor will most likely include exercise as part of your overall treatment program."

-National Osteoporosis Foundation,


"This month alone, over 1 million Americans will join a health club. Only after 2 months time, approximately 75% won't return again during their memberships."

-CNN Trends Report: Key Findings


"In 1997, 43% of Americans say they made an effort to get regular physical activity/exercise."

-American Dietetic Association, Trends Survey: Key Findings


This year: "Americans are eating per portion, on average:

  • 93 more calories from salty snacks, such as potato chips, pretzels and popcorn.
  • 49 more calories from soft drinks.
  • 97 more calories from hamburgers.
  • 68 more calories from French fries.
  • 133 more calories from Mexican food, such as burritos, tacos, enchiladas.

"The most surprising result is the large portion-size increases for food consumed at home -- a shift that indicates marked changes in eating behavior in general," the researchers reported.

-By Amy Cox, CNN, Thursday, January 23, 2003 Posted: 9:37 AM EST


"Americans' waistlines are keeping up with the portion increase trend. Nearly 60 percent of the country is overweight, with the numbers growing..."

-Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Trends Report


rebounder"The findings indicate that exercise on a miniature trampoline may provide a safe, adequate indoor exercise for normal and many cardiac patients of varied ages, if guidelines concerning rate of stepping and height of knee lifts are adhered to."

-Journal of Medical Science for Sport and Exercise, 1980; 12:118


"This study examines the aerobic benefits of regular circuit weight training and how it compares to a Super Circuit which incorporates running instead of rest intervals between each circuit station."

"30 seconds of running between exercise stations, dramatically improved aerobic endurance (17.0%), reduced body fat percentages 10.9% to 17.1% in 12 weeks, and increased strength up to 26.0% in that same period."

"Almost any aerobic devise should do: treadmills, exercise bikes, indoor joggers, even running in place or skipping rope."

Illustration of Super Circuit:

Super Circuit Illustration

  • Super Circuit layout incorporates the use of suitable aerobic exercise equipment,
  • such as the indoor jogger, placed in adjacent positions.
  • The exercise stations are arranged in a sequence in which upper and lower body
  • muscle groups are conditioned alternately.
  • Aerobic intervals are used instead of rest intervals between strength stations.

-L. Gettman, Ph.D., Research Director, Dr. P. Ward and Dr. R.D. Hagan, Institute for Aerobics Research, Universal Gym, Inc.


"The treatment for dizziness depends upon its cause. …Many patients suffering from dizziness benefit from a program of exercise. Movement gives nerve cells in the brain stem a chance to develop ways of compensating for the conflicting signals that a malfunctioning vestibular system is sending to the brain. …Physical therapists can help a patient design a program that addresses specific problems involving balance and coordination. Nerve cells in the brain stem that are activated by the vestibular system are among the most adaptable cells in our bodies."

"A patient with an inner ear problem is trained to rely solely on input from her eyes and muscles in maintaining balance. As part of the training, she wears sunglasses to alter visual input and stands on a trampoline to alter input from leg muscles."

-The World Book Health and Medical Annual, 1995; 199-201


"A striking feature of many studies demonstrating a reduced coronary heart disease risk for more active individuals is that the greatest difference in risk is achieved between those people who do almost nothing and those who perform a moderate amount of exercise on a regular basis."

University of California, Irvine (UCI), Heart Disease Prevention Program


"The most recent recommendations advise people of all ages to include a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity of moderate intensity on most, if not all, days of the week. It is also acknowledged that for most people, greater health benefits can be obtained by engaging in physical activity of more vigorous intensity or of longer duration."

"Physical activity has numerous beneficial physiologic effects. Most widely appreciated are its effects on the cardiovascular and musculoskeletal systems, but benefits on the functioning of metabolic, endocrine, and immune systems are also considerable."

- A Report of the Surgeon General, Executive Summary, July 1996, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services


"An article published last year (1996) in Scientific American estimated that only about two percent of cancer deaths in the United States are caused by pollution—and that more cancer is caused by lack of exercise."

"Is the World Coming to an End?" By Ronald Bailey, Cato Institute, Society of Environmental Journalists


"The lymphatic pump becomes very active during exercise, often increasing lymph flow 10 to 30 fold."

-C. Guyton, M.D., and John E. Hall, Ph.D., Textbook of Medical Physiology, Ninth Edition




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