Trampoline Fitness
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Trampoline Fitness
Bounce your way to a slimmer, sexier physique! Thirty minutes on a trampoline three times per week is all it takes to get your heart healthy and your muscles toned. And 10 minutes of bouncing has the same results as 33 minutes of running.

Depending on how hard you bounce, you can expect to burn anywhere from 200 to 400 calories per hour. Plus, the repetitive bouncing motion helps drain the lymphatic system and detoxify the body. And anyone from age 8 to 80 can do it!

Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears springs into action at House of Air, an indoor trampoline park in San Francisco, California.

Get your own mini-trampoline and get started today!

Trampoline Safety Tips:
• Only one person on the trampoline at a time
• All children should be supervised by an adult
• Teach children how to perform a safety stop
• Make sure there’s plenty of padding around the trampoline

Learn more home safety tips.

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