Arthritis Extensive tests have been done and have shown that this exercise is helpful in treating patients with osteo and rheumatoid arthritis.The relief felt by arthritis patients can often be dramatic. Those who suffer from arthritis though must not overdo it but must only bounce gently for a few minutes 2 or 3 times a day. Rebounding can take the place of jogging but still give the same benefits. This exercise will prevent excess calcium loss from the spine and other major bones and so can bring about dramatic improvement in arthitis sufferers.
Back Problems Rebounding strengthens the back without the undue strain that you would experience running on a hard surface.
Blood Pressure, Cholesterol and Circulation This exercise strengthens the heart muscle and all of the cells of the body. The stronger the heart muscle, the less work it has to do to pump blood throughout the body. At the same time, the strengthened muscles of the body become more efficient at using oxygen and therefore require less. The stimulation of the lymphatic system becomes more efficient at clearing waste, such as cholesterol from the system.