Since 2000, trampoline jumping has been part of the Olympic Games program; pilots and astronauts, professional athletes and amateur sports jumpers are trained. Popular sports equipment and small and large street trampolines placed in the shopping mall and water parks are increasingly located in suburban areas.
Modern trampoline classes - a very effective cardio load: 10-minute active jump in energy costs, comparable to a 30-minute run. And one-hour training allows you to lose between 600-1000 kcal, but no fatigue is experienced by runners or cyclists.
Getting trampoline speeds up metabolism by increasing blood flow and oxygenation of the blood. This includes the main muscle groups, but there is no serious load on the spine and heart.
Due to the release of endorphins and the development of the "happiness hormone", it embraces feelings of joy, comfort and revival immediately after both the child and adult session.,