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Hawaii's Annual Fitness Exhibition at The Blaisdell Arena

Trampoline

Hi Fit Expo activity: Trampoline

Have you ever try the Trampoline training by a PROFESSIONAL? If not, then its your chance! Furthermore, you can enjoy it for free! Firstly, we would like to thank all the people who made HI FIT EXPO every year possible. In short, the partners, sponsors, exhibitors, and most importantly, the spectators… YOU!

If you’re seeking to improve your fitness, trampoline training (likewise referred to as rebounding) is not just fun, it’s an outstanding exercise choice. Training on a trampoline is low-impact and has similar benefits as running. It burns as many calories as spinning and targets more muscles. Here are five important advantages of the mini-fitness trampoline.

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1. Low-Impact Exercise

A variety of workouts such as squats, jumps, sprints, kicks and fitness bounces are extremely helpful for weight-loss. When performed on a trampoline – less impact occurs, making these workouts more reliable.

2. Focused Training

Getting on a trampoline keeps you exceptionally focused. This increased attention enhances your balance, muscle activation along with spatial and body awareness. This assists take your exercise to the next level.

3. Fat loss

Interval training is the best way to burn fat and improve cardiovascular health. The feeling of weightlessness helps people work more difficult and burn more calories. Integrating a variety of timed & dynamic periods make the most of results.

4. Anti-Aging

Bouncing up and down triggers vertical velocity and deceleration. This motion cleanses the lymphatic system and flushes out pollutants. A range of movement improves coordination, foot strength, posture & mind/body connection.

5. It’s Fun

This strategy is ensured to make you smile and sweat. Trampoline training offers a range of brand-new ways to use your body. When integrated with motivational music, it’s a fantastic method to have fun and get your exercise in.

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