Fun Ways To Exercise

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Finding fun ways to exercise is the only thing that motivates me.  I am not into doing the same thing day after day and week after week.  I am definitely not going to a gym so everyone can watch me look silly while I exercise.  Coordination has never been one of those things that I have a lot of. I like to be able to have a lot of different fun ways to exercise so that it keeps me interested in staying in shape. Since our winters are so long, I was looking for something that I can do inside when it’s too cold out or not nice weather. When I learned about the fitness trampoline from JumpSport Fitness, I was intrigued.

Fun ways to exercise

Fun Ways To Exercise

I admit that I have never been on a trampoline in my life.  I’ve watched the kids jump on those bounce houses at the mall and thought it looked pretty neat. Of course, there are no bounce houses for 46 year old overworked moms so I never got the chance.  When I first stepped on the 250i Fitness Trampoline from JumpSport Fitness, I admit to giggling like a 5 year old. The 250i Fitness Trampoline is meant for low impact exercise that is fun for everyone and I can certainly attest to the fun part.

Here’s a bit of the technical specifications:

  • 39″ frame diameter
  • 42″ footprint on the floor
  • 12.5″ frame height
  • 16 gauge steel frame with six legs
  • Weight 18 lbs.
  • Maximum user weight: 250 lbs

A few features of the 250i that I really appreciate are: The legs are arched which means it is not going to tip over. The mat has a petal design which means that the cords that hold the jumping surface in place are covered so if I step on them, I won’t fall or hurt myself.  Have I mentioned that I’m a klutz?  It gets its bounce from EnduroLast elastic cords.  This gives it two times the bounce but no squeak. It’s totally silent when you use it (except for the giggling).   Best of all, you can order the Fitness Trampoline with a handle for stability.  For someone who has never used a trampoline before or doesn’t have the greatest amount of grace and balance, this is a huge plus in my book. It’s there if you need it but not in the way.

Fun ways to exercise

The Fitness Trampoline comes with a basic workout DVD that gives you a total body workout routine.  This model fitness trampoline also includes 3 additional workouts: Cardio, Core, and Strength.  The workout really was fun to do.  It includes things like bounces, squats, marching, jogging, running, leg lifts, jumping jacks, and a variety of other cardio workouts. While it is definitely fun to bounce on, I can tell that the Fitness Trampoline really does give you a good workout. I love the fact that I can get on it in my bare feet and jog without it hurting my planter fasciitis at all!

There are a variety of different Fitness Trampolines from JumpSport Fitness.  Some are made for home use and some for professionals.  They come in different sizes and different styles.  Some have adjustable tension settings.  There are even some that are foldable if you are short on space and want to store it out of the way when you’re done with it. If you are tired of your workout routines and are looking for fun ways to exercise, you definitely need to get a Fitness Trampoline from JumpSport Fitness. It’s given me a great cardio workout at home that I can really enjoy.


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  1. We have a big outdoor trampoline and I never knew how much of a workout it was! A few days after we put it up I was really sore and kept thinking what did I do? Then I got on the trampoline again and all those muscles hurt! It is great exercise! I'm excited for warmer weather so I can go outside and jump with my daughter- maybe we should consider one of these for the long Wisconsin winters!

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