Pure Fun Trampolines 40" (Inch. , Inches, In.) Mini Trampoline with Handrail
The Pure Fun Trampolines offer a fun way for the whole family to stay fit with Pure Fun's well-constructed, yet competitively-priced line of outdoor trampolines, kids' jumpers and indoor mini trampolines.
Whatever your skill level, Pure Fun has the trampoline for you. Pure Fun's Trampolines feature American-made polypro jump pads, patented T-joint no-weld construction, rust resistant steel frames, galvanized iron/steel tubing, high performance steel springs and thick foam rail padding over the sprints to add extra protection and increase the landing area.
Pure Fun's ASTM approved trampolines are TUV, GS & CE-EN71 quality and safety certified and come with a two year limited warranty. The Pure Fun Trampolines offer a fun way for the whole family to stay fit with Pure Fun's well-constructed, yet competitively-priced line of outdoor trampolines, kids' jumpers and indoor mini trampolines.
Idea for aerobic and cardiovascular workout routines for the entire family, this Pure Fun 40" Mini Trampoline with Handrail support is perfect for low impact fitness routines, built with harden steel legs that unscrew for easy storage. It features a padded skirt to cover the heavy duty steel springs and a high quality polypropylene jumping surface design up to a 220lb weight capacity.
40" Mini Trampoline Product Details:
- 40" diameter
- 36 springs
- carton size:42 x 1.9” x 42”
- gross weight: 20 lbs
Exercise and Trampolines
The prevalence of overweight children is on the rise, and with the extra weight, increased risk of heart disease, bone and joint problems, sleep apnea, and social and psychological problems such as stigmatization and even poor self-esteem. Experts agree that exercise is a key factor in reducing weight and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Trampolining is a low impact, low stress workout for the body. 10 - 20 minutes of trampolining is about equal to half an hour of jogging! Because the trampoline mat absorbs some of the shock of impact, there is no strain on the joints. A repeated low impact exercise builds and strengthens the bones and muscles which results in toning, better balance, co-ordination and good posture. It has also been proven to reduce the risk of arthritis and osteoporosis.
One of the greatest benefits of the trampoline workouts is the effect on the lymphatic system. The lymph system bathes each cell in our body, carrying nutrients to the cell and taking waste products away. Unlike blood, which is pumped through the body by the heart, the lymph is completely dependant upon physical movement of the body in order to move. In other words, when we exercise, the lymph circulates well. Without adequate movement of the lymph, cells starve for nutrients and become bogged down in waste, a situation which contributes to degenerative diseases such as arthritis. Mini trampoline workouts get the lymph circulating freely through the body, improving overall health and immune system functioning.
If you are new to rebound trampoline exercises, get yourself accustomed to how the mini-trampoline feels when you bounce on it. Get your feet centered on the trampoline with your feet slightly apart. This is what is called a starting stance. Practice a few small bounces to help get used to how the mini-trampoline moves under you. Once you become more comfortable on the trampoline, you'll be able to go for longer and work more of the body. As a beginner, be careful not to overdo it. Bouncing for 5 to 10 minutes at first is a good place to start. the other hand, is low-impact so the joints take less beating, but you still get the cardio workout. To jog on the mini-trampoline, get in your starting stance and then lift your feet 1 or 2 inches off the tramp, alternating your feet. You can do this at any pace your comfortable with. Then move your arms like you are jogging.
The heel bounce is taken from Billy Blanks and his Tae Bo exercise program. Once again, you'll get your feet set in the starting stance. It starts out like a basic bounce but you'll be moving one foot forward, touching the heel of that foot to the surface of the rebound trampoline. Alternate your feet and swing your arm forward as your heel touches the tramp mat.