Today, we zone in on exactly what goes on when you partake in this fantastic form of aerobic exercise. Just how does bouncing manage to improve your heart health, boost brain function and encourage weight loss – all while still being such fun! We'll tell you!
Bouncing falls under the ‘aerobic exercise’ banner, a general term which describes any exercise that requires energy from your muscle cells and that uses oxygen to get that energy. Unlike anaerobic exercise, aerobic exercise involves a series of internal reactions, where oxygen is a necessity. Aerobic exercise is less intense, but lasts longer – allowing the body to efficiently supply oxygen to the muscles for the duration of your workout.
Put simply, moderate aerobic exercise, like bouncing, is great for your body. Not only is aerobic exercise linked to disease prevention, but it keeps our hearts and minds healthy, increases weight loss and helps us sleep better.
When combined with the flexible and supportive surface of your Vuly trampoline, the health benefits can skyrocket. Think improved leg strength, increaseed coordination and motor skills and better balance and core strength – all with reduced strain on joints.
When you engage in bouncing, your body must provide fuel for your muscles to keep them working efficiently.
A series of reactions take place inside your cells, which use – in part – your stores of carbohydrates and fat as forms of energy (hello weight loss!):
How do you feel during and after some aerobic bouncing on your Vuly trampoline? Let us know about the changes that you’ve noticed in your body after making moderate aerobic exercise a habit!
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