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Working out on a Rebounder, or mini trampoline, is a low-impact and engaging activity that can help you firm and tighten your body and lose weight overall, including in the breast area. Rebound exercise can emphasize both strength and aerobic fitness with a variety of movements such as running, jumping, twisting and dancing. Using the Rebounder is as simple as stepping on it and moving your body. It is appropriate for people of all fitness levels
Everyone has problem areas. Perhaps you store fat disproportionately in the hips, thighs, buttocks, breasts or abdomen. However, losing fat mass in any one of these specific areas without overall weight loss can only be achieved through liposuction, a costly surgical procedure that has associated risks. The healthiest way to reduce fat mass in your breasts is to reduce your caloric intake with a balanced diet and engage in regular exercise.
Types of Rebounder Exercises
Movements that would typically be jarring on the ground are much gentler on the elastic surface of the Rebounder. This makes it ideal for doing highly aerobic exercises that burn a lot of calories, which will contribute to overall fat loss and help to reduce the breasts. Exercises such as sprinting, interval training, jumps and calisthenics can be performed without a lot of impact to the body. Gentle rocking motions and small bounces can be performed for those who have a lower fitness level.
A study conducted by NASA scientists and published in the "Journal of Applied Physiology" revealed that exercising with a mini trampoline such as the Rebounder provided a greater biomechanical stimulus than doing similar exercise on the ground. Furthermore, it was found that exercise on the mini trampoline could achieve as much as twice the conditioning as treadmill running with a significantly lower amount of stress to the body.
The F.I.T.T. Principle
To get the most benefit from your Rebounder workouts, utilize the F.I.T.T. principle of exercise. This acronym stands for frequency, intensity, time and type. Exercise frequency should be four to five days per week for weight loss. Work out at a moderate level of intensity that challenges your body and burns calories but isn't too hard to sustain. As for time, accumulate at least 30 minutes of physical activity every day. The type of exercise you choose should be an activity that you enjoy.