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Eight Benefits of Bouncing on a Trampoline


We all know how much fun bouncing on a trampoline can be – but did you know that bouncing on a trampoline is just as good for you as it is fun? This super easy outside play activity offers a whole range of mental, physical and educational benefits.


Take a look at the eight easy benefits your kids will enjoy while bouncing on a trampoline. 


Improves self esteem

As your child bounces on the trampoline, they will get more confident in their ability to master their skills. They’ll feel more self-assured soaring higher and will gain a greater awareness of their ability. This will translate into an improved self image and will ensure your child has the best possible start in life.


Teaches persistence

You’ll see kids out there on the trampoline practising tricks, spins and all manner of bounce combinations. They may not get them perfect the first time around, but it’s the fact that time and time again your kids will keep trying until they get it right, teaching them persistence and tenacity. Plus, because trampolining is so much fun it’s easy for kids to keep working at something.


Has an impact on their learning aptitude

Kids learning to control their bodies in the air are also honing their neurological abilities. And because trampolining teaches your child muscle control, it is also contributing to their ability to learn.

Develops their motor skills

Motor skills are so vital in your child’s development. Trampolining forces both sides of your child’s brain to work in harmony so that your child maintains their coordination and balance. This in turn works to help their motor skills.

Improves flexibility

The muscles of the body naturally lengthen and stretch as kids bounce, and this in turn contributes to their overall flexibility. It is important for young bodies to workout and to move, and kids love the fun and joy that comes from bouncing on a trampoline – while their flexibility gets a good workout.

Cardiovascular workout

Get that heart rate up! Bouncing on a trampoline is a low impact and high results workout that really gets kids moving. Cardiovascular health is vital for your child’s future health, so make sure they’re moving at least once a day.

Improved posture

The trampoline is constantly in motion and so is your child, bouncing around, and the balance your child learns on their trampoline aligns their spine and teaches their body better posture.

Secret exercise

The thing about bouncing on a trampoline is that it’s so much fun it won’t feel like exercise! They’ll be racing out there after school to make the most of it.

Make sure that when your child is bouncing on a trampoline that they are using a safe trampoline with springs that won’t trap small fingers, and with side nets to keep them safe. Vuly have a great trampoline range with a few different options available. So go on, get out there and enjoy some winter exercise with a bounce on the trampoline.