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Can trampolining help you lose weight?

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Hi all, just got a trampoline for my Daughter and decided I quite like jumping on it too! Could this be the exercise I actually like doing...? Was loads of fun. Hoping it aids my weight loss 😀

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BridgeGirlAdministrator

Hello Hidden , what you eat is far more important in weight loss than exercise, but exercise is good in itself, and anything that you enjoy and will stick with is a good option.

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Beth_19

I am not an expert but did they years ago used to have trampolining classes to help lose weight, it was the little round ones? Anything that gets you more active is a good thing and could be the start to help inspire you to more things.

in reply to Beth_19

Yes they did and you can buy those mini ones called rebounders sometimes from places that sell exercise stuff :)

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That is them :D

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Pineapple27

Trampolining for 20 minutes can earn you 82 calories! Go for it Hidden !

in reply to Pineapple27

Thankyou that’s great to hear! 😀

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ExcitableElf

You’re joking aren’t you - trampolining is absolutely exhausting! It will definitely help! I suspect it will particularly help to tone your muscles, and muscle development can help burn more fat. Besides, it’s so much fun!

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Pitterpatter3

Does anyone know if there is a difference for calorie burn in using a kids trampoline or a rebounder?

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Rignold3kg

Any exercise that gets your heart rate up will burn calories and improve health

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focused1Maintainer

If it's exercise you like then go for it . Depends how big the trampoline is as just bouncing on the spot may be boring . There are plenty of adult classes then you could practice on yours . If you actually learn the twists and turns then this will help with flexibility too . Food obviously is the major in weight loss but I find exercise really motivates me to feel good too .

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13Valerie

All activity helps and trampoline exercise would be great for the core too. As is laughing 😀

Have loads of fun!!

And stay safe!

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2everett

I have a rebounder- unexpectedly I found it really helped with ‘urgency’ and strengthened my pelvic floor - so no operation required.

Also, there are exercises on YouTube.

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TerriTalks

I AM SURE ANY EXERCISE IS GOOD. DO IT AND LET US KNOW HOW YOU ARE GETTING ON

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jo13bi2 stone

I do rebounding which is a workout on a trampoline and it is the best workout I have ever done for toning and fat burning. It's different from normal trampoline in that you try to stay low then you really feel it in your legs.

in reply to jo13bi

Hi, that sounds great I have seen the small trampolines too. Have just done another twenty minutes and my legs are hurting so I must be doing something right! 😀

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M21166

Well obviously it's fun and definitely not damaging your own fitness goals. Enjoy the experience with your child and any fitness /weight loss results are a bonus. The 2 of you bouncing around is a bonding thing..... having fun together.... But so would be having a hot chocolate and doughnuts brunch at the weekend. Guess what is healthy? You are not just exercising, you're educating future generations about showing love without food. Carry on!

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EmmaSmith4

Trampoline is very beneficial for our health. By exercising on a trampoline we can burn fat, If we do daily exercise like jumps, running and healthy diet then it's easy to loss weight.

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morelessAdministrator in reply to EmmaSmith4

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