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New to rebounding & not sure how long to bounce for or where to start? Then why not try this 5 minute class to help get you familiar with your trampoline.
This can be used daily to begin with or even when you need a quick lymphatic boost.
At 120BPM, this is a perfect beginners workout that you can take at your own pace and complete as much as you feel is achievable. Whether that’s 2 minutes, 5 minutes or even the full 18 minutes, enjoy getting used to the feeling of bouncing on a rebounder.
We are keeping the feet in a fixed position, staying in contact with the matt the whole time. If you are an older adult concerned about your balance or a complete beginner, this is a great starting video.
YouTube – At 110BPM, this bounce session is slowed right down using very small movements with your feet in contact with the mat for the majority of the time.
This workout is one of many Claire and I are bringing out for those who have restricted movement due to an injury, obesity or other medical conditions, age or if you feel challenged with your balance. We want everyone to feel confident and comfortable using a rebounder.
YouTube – It was requested that we offered a workout that was geared towards plus size participants, with a slower paced rhythm throughout the class. This session requires no knee raises or leg kicks but focuses on pushing down through the mat. I will show you how moves can be simplified by holding for counts of two, as well as offering a quicker pace for those who want it. Although the title states plus size, this is an ideal workout for a beginner or anyone needing to go back to basics.
YouTube – Back again for part 2 of our plus size workout. If you have already mastered part 1 and want to progress then try this class where we have sped up the music a tiny fraction to 118BPM.
We are keeping the moves simple but in this video we will give you the chance to slightly lift your feet off the mat if you feel confident enough. adapt the moves where you need to but most of all, have fun bouncing with Claire. Jan 2023
Perfect beginners class if balance is an issue. We bounce the whole way through but your feet stay on the mat and in the same position.
Plenty of arm movements with slight heel and toe lifts at a speed of 120BPM. I recorded this whilst I had a back injury and it really helped loosen my back and set me up for the day.
Use adaptations were necessary and let’s get moving.
YouTube – A basic, beginners level rebounding class to help you feel more comfortable and confident with your rebounder.
These low impact moves are ideal for members new to rebounding, those with certain types of medical conditions, post natal, post op or low energy days.
YouTube – We are aiming to help those who are suffering from fatigue. This could be down to a medical condition or you have woken up today feeling like you have low energy.
So if you want to do some exercise but not go crazy, then try out this workout. Circuit system with 30 seconds of exercise and 30 seconds recovery. Stability bar is optional.
YouTube – Day 18 and today’s workout is ideal for anyone that by now may need a rest day.
7 simple exercises that you can enjoy and use to either focus on your push technique to increase your workout, or maybe you are a beginner and want to get to grips with practicing basic moves. Whatever the reason take time today to think about where you are on your rebounder and what your body is doing.
YouTube – This workout is wonderful for anyone starting out who wants to get to grips with rebounding moves without having the complexity of following a routine. Or maybe you are having a quiet day and want something that won’t be too taxing on the body.
We are working for 40 seconds with 20 seconds active rest where you perform either a step touch or a march on the spot.
YouTube – This is a great video to help you incorporate weights into your workout. We advise that you start with a very low weight and do not go too heavy when bouncing as it will be difficult to control the movements. Take your time to get it right and enjoy.
This is a great class to help you progress from our beginners classes without any big movements to your feet and if you are feeling more confident with your balance. The music is slightly faster than our beginners class.
Add a stability bar if you have any worries about balance. Always adapt our classes to suit you.