Trampolining Is Fun For Everyone

The newest thing in physical fitness is adding an element of fun to your workout. Hangar Trampoline Park offers a great way to jump on that trend like so many people used to do when they were kids. Why? Because the previous generation of the 70s and 80s had a great time spending an afternoon, jumping on trampolines. Now, you can return to that old fun time. Age is not an issue when it comes to enjoying your physical activity.

At Hangar Trampoline Park, you’re jumping indoors instead of outside in the summer heat; also, this type of exercise is one of the best ways to get in shape and stay that way. It certainly beats going to the gym and doing the same number of reps, the same way, for the same amount of time. Indoor trampolining can be enjoyed year-round, just good healthy enjoyment, and slightly addictive.

Health Benefits of Trampoline Exercise

Trampolining gives you a full-body workout. It not only works your muscles and increases endurance, it is also a strong cardio exercise. It obviously works the legs, but also your abs and arms. Your body’s core muscles (the abs) automatically engage when you’re trampolining because they help you keep your balance.

You may have to be a little creative putting your arms to work while trampolining, but that can enhance the enjoyment like landing flat and doing a push up jump. That beats out wearing about 15 pounds or more of sandbags under your arms all day.

Running and jogging are rough on the joints, particularly if you have sensitive knees. Trampolining is a great alternative because it is a softer surface and puts less pressure on the knees than harder surfaces like pavement and treadmills; at the same, your heart gets a healthy workout.

You will notice another sound benefit, a powerful boost in your metabolism. Your body will absorb nutrients a little better with a high functioning metabolism. This will give you more control over your weight, which can be difficult as you get older. But a more efficient metabolism will mitigate that problem, making you better able to manage your weight, allowing a more healthful life.

There’s a long litany of advantages that trampolining has over traditional workouts. Other benefits include lowering cholesterol, blood pressure, and improved circulation. A one-hour trampolining session can burn up to 1000 calories. That’s the equivalent of running about six miles in that same hour to achieve the same result.

You Can Enjoy Exercising

If you dread going to the gym every day, but you like the results of a hard workout then why not make it fun, too. Good body fitness isn’t just about obtaining your ideal weight or stuffing yourself into jeans one size smaller than you have now. It’s about feeling good – and feeling good about yourself.

At Hangar Trampoline Park, you can literally have your cake and eat it too. Seriously, we do parties here at Hangar, so if you eat too much cake, you can burn it off fast on our trampolines.