What is Rebound?
Rebounding is a full body cellular and detoxifying exercise and, for some, it is a life-saver. Our body’s natural inclination is to heal itself, internally. Because rebounding strengthens all cells of the body from the inside out, it helps to unlock the body’s power to heal itself.
Toxins are stored in the fat cells and the body is reluctant to burn fat whilst there are toxins present. Rebounding helps rid the fat cells of toxins and stimulates the lymphatic system to excrete the toxins more effectively.
Releasing the toxins: rebounding combines the effect of gravity, acceleration and deceleration to create a unique pressure exchange, or gravitational pull, which means every time you bounce each and every cell in the body gets a gentle squeeze which not only strengthens the cells but helps release the toxins stored inside them.
Efficient Lymphatic System : the primary function of the lymphatic system is to transport lymph, a fluid containing infection-fighting white blood cells, throughout the body. The lymphatic system consists of lymphatic vessels which are similar to the circulatory systems veins and capillaries. The lymphatic vessels are connected to lymph nodes where the lymph is filtered. The tonsils, adenoids, spleen and thymus are all part of the lymphatic system. Unlike the circulatory system which has a pump, the lymphatic system does not so we need to create our own “pump” to move lymph through the body through movement and exercise.
Rebounding stimulates the lymphatic system creating this “pump” effect. The “push” motion forces the lymphatic valves to close, the “jump” motion forces the lymphatic valves to open. Through continual bouncing this creates a “pump” effect which very effectively pumps, moves and recycles the lymph many times during the course of the rebounding session, providing a free-flowing system that drains away the toxins very efficiently.
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Terms & Conditions
- Rebound is a full body, cellular & detoxifying exercise. It is required that you carry a small towel and
water with you.
- Suitable footwear (cross trainers recommended) should be worn.
- It is not encouraged to wear baggy trousers to the class due to the nature of the exercise.
- If you have any medical needs that need to be addressed, please make sure that you not it in
the comments section when you book prior to the session as we will not liable for any injuries
or harm as a result. (A Par Q form will be available in due course which we will use to gather your
medical and health information.)
- Some centres have facilities which can be used for changing, these will be shown in the
location information below.
- If you need to cancel a booking for a class, please do so in plenty of time prior to the day
of the class. Late cancellations will NOT be refunded but can be rolled over to the next
session within a two week period.
Find your B UNCE
Q: I've got a weak pelvic floor. Will this affect me?
A: It depends on how your pelvic floor is to begin with. Everyone is different but it is very good to strengthen your
pelvic floor muscles . I suggest you empty your bladder before the start of the session and bounce for 10 minutes
just to ensure you're comfortable. If you feel you need to stop and go to the bathroom again, that's absolutely
fine and expected as you strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. Within 3 weeks you should notice a
Q: Am I too old to Rebound?
A: No. Rebound is for all ages. If you're not comfortable with the thought of being unstable, there is a bar that you
can hold on to for stability.
Q: I have an injury, can I do Rebounding?
A: Yes! you certainly can. The soft surface on which exercises are performed during a rebounding workout leads to
a decrease in the incidence of injury and overall complaints about exercise pain. Rebounding is a low impact
high intensity workout. The university of Utah found that approximately 87% of the impact is absorbed versus
working out on a hard floor.
Q: Am I too 'weighty' to rebound?
A: No you're absolutely fine...
The diminished impact allows the participant to work harder, increase the intensity of the workout, and reducing
the risk of injury. Heavier participants can work out without unnecessary jarring to the joints and have
increased comfort levels whilst exercising.
Q: How many calories will I burn?
A: An average 140lb person will burn 405 calories in a 45-minute Rebounding class.
The correct Rebounding technique plays and important part in the number of calories you can burn.
The amount of "push" achieved will increase the G-Force and enable higher calorie expenditure.
Q: Will I 'ache' the next day after the workout?
A: No.The Rebound works the lymphatic system therefore any lactic acid residue would have been detoxified
out of the system and it takes 87% of the impact, so you won't have the morning after feeling in your
muscles and joints.
If you have any other general concerns about Rebound or if you have any other questions
feel free to Contact Us.
273 Norbury Crescent, London SW16 4LF
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16 Wellfield Road, London SW16 2BP
Days & Times:
Tuesday: 11:15pm - 12:00pm
12:05pm - 12:50pm
Off street parking available off London Road.
Bus Routes Nearest stops:
St Leonard's Church: 50, 109, 118, 133, 159, 249, 250, 255, G1, P13
Becmead Avenue: 57, 118, 133, 201, 255, 319, 333, P13
- From Both bus stops, it's a 7-9 minute walk toward the venue.
Nearest stations: Streatham & Streatham Hill
Hermitage Road, Crystal Palace
Upper Norwood, SE19 3QN
Days & Times:
New Time: Monday 19:30pm - 20:50pm
Parking within the venue,
Off street parking around the area
- Bus routes: 450, 249.
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