Did you suffer a sports injury? Were you running or jogging or biking or hiking and overdo it and now you’re injured? We have tips on how you can ease into workouts on a trampoline after an injury.
Before you start anything — especially after an injury — you want to talk with your doctor and let him or her know what your plans are and see if it’s safe enough for you to partake.
Ease Into Workouts On A Trampoline After An Injury
Jumping on a trampoline is a great way to stay active and not put any stress or strain on your muscles and joints. Here are a few things to try:
- Slow jumping. Don’t feel you need to get extremely high and air-borne. A slow, easy jump is best if you’re recovering.
- Walk on the trampoline. If you just want to stay active, walking on a trampoline is better for your muscles and joints.
- Rebounding moves toxins throughout your body and keeps your lymphatic system regulated and jumping helps do just that.
- Do some jumping jacks. This is a great way to work more muscles and joints and also, doing it on a trampoline keeps you safer.
- When you’re feeling better and stronger, you can jump longer and higher and more often. Being on a trampoline will help you stay active, give you a cardio workout and also keep you flexible. Sitting around while you recover will make your recovery longer because of the fact that you’re simply not moving.
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