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How will Trampoline and Tumbling help my child.

Brain research over the past ten years has shown the direct connection between mind and body. Sensory motor skills are the fundamental building blocks of cognitive development. Movements performed in trampoline and tumbling directly enhance learning abilities in the classroom by creating new pathways in the brain.

What a fun way to get smarter. Movements performed in trampoline and tumbling are the basis for movements found in every other sport. Athletes with a strong foundation in trampoline and tumbling have gone on to excel in other sports such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, squash, Badminton and Tennis. Trampoline will foster the development of high self esteem and healthy lifestyles to fight childhood obesity and poor self image.

Cardiovascular Fitness.

Exercising on the trampoline lowers the risk of Cardiovascular disease in 3 ways.

 

  • By strengthening the legs so that they act as an auxiliary pump for the cardiovascular system. This lessens the strain on the heart.
  • The increased pulse rate strengthens the heart.
  • The strengthening of both the voluntary and involuntary muscular system makes the entire system work more efficiently.

 

Increased Lymphatic Circulation.

The body's lymphatic system is a network of vessels that transports nutrients and drains toxin products from tissues. It does not contain its own pumping mechanism and relies on external pressure including breathing and muscular contraction to propel its contents through a system of one-way lymphatic valves. trampoline use helps the lymphatic system eliminate toxins by increasing the gravitational pull as you bounce. At the bottom of the bounce when the gravitational force is the greatest, the valves are closed and toxins are squeezed out from between the cells. As the body bounds up , valves are still closed, toxins are loosened from the cells and nutrients are passed from the lymph to the cells. At the height of the bounce the body is weightless and the valves are open. As the body descends fluid flows. Toxins are sucked out and away from the cells,then eliminated by the lymph system. This vastly increases one,s level of health.

Increased Bone Density.

Studies have shown that those who trampoline at least 3 times a week have a higher bone mineral content. Improving your bone density, aids to reduce the chance of debilitating and deformities associated with osteoporosis.

Improve your motor skills.

Using a trampoline improves motor skills by forcing the brain to function bilaterally. In response to the forces of gravity acting on the body in all directions when you are in the air, both sides of the body and brain become engaged in maintaining balance and coordination. This results in bilateral motor skills development, unlike other sports where there is constant gravity and one side of the body may be favored than the other.

Trampoline for your brain. According to Brain researcher Bernadette Tynan,trampolines are so good for the brain. Even NASA Astronauts use it to boost their brain power. Trampolines improve your meta-cognative ability- your ability to “think about thinking” That’s because on a trampoline you never land the same way twice. So your brain has to constantly work at keeping you upright. Thinking about staying in the middle of the trampoline or staying in synch with another bouncer, “gives the brain extra focus” says Tynan. She says regular sessions with a trampoline will help your child,s brain ability to focus.

Other health Benefit.

Jumping on the trampoline stimulates the Lymphatic system. Lymphocytes protect us from viruses and bacteria. A healthy lymphatic system eliminates “garbage” from our body and aids in the fight against cancer.

Other users of Trampoline.

World war 2 pilots and navigators were trained in fitness and orientation on trampolines. Later, astronauts were trained on trampolines to develop body positioning to aid in space flight missions. Trampolining became an international sport and made its way into school fitness programmes. It is now an Olympic games event.