Studio High Street

Want to shred a whole lot of calories and visibly see your size drop? Our trampoline classes are fun & effective for getting your cardio in and burning calories along with a host of other benefits. Ultimate results that you will see when doing these 3 times per week!

FAT BURNER - Low Impact, High Intensity Workout

FAT BURNER – Trampoline Classes

Burn 900 calories in a one hour session.

Benefits

  • Extreme calorie burn – helps weight loss
  • Strengthens and tones the legs and glutes
  • Helps lower the risk of coronary artery disease
  • Strengthens bone mass
  • Strengthen your back, shoulders and core, helping to correct bad posture
  • Fights cellulite
  • Benefits the lymphatic system
  • Increases metabolism
  • Increases the strength of your entire immune system
  • Provides a low impact training due to bouncing on a rebounder
  • Safer and more effective for cardiovascular health and weight loss than jogging

Research snippet:

‘Trampoline-based exercise has a colorful history as a recreational activity, sport and training modality. During World War II, trampolines were used to help increase the spatial awareness and balance abilities of fighter pilots (Esposito and Esposito, 2009). NASA even studied trampoline training for their astronauts and found it to be as effective as running as a form of aerobic training (Bhattacharya et al., 1978). Many years later, McGlone, Kravitz and Janot (2002) reinforced these findings in a study that found no significant differences in maximal heart rate (HRmax), maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) or energy expenditure when exercising on a mini-trampoline in comparison to treadmill running’.

‘…for most group fitness participants and other gym-goers, caloric expenditure is a key consideration when choosing an exercise modality. ACSM (2011) recommends burning 200 to 300 calories during each 30-minute workout in order to lose or manage weight. This equates to 6.7 to 10.0 calories/minute. During the workout portion of the JumpSport routine, men burned an average of 12.4 calories/minute, while women burned 9.4 calories/minute. Including the warm-up and cool-down in this calculation brings these numbers down to 11.0 and 8.3, respectively, both of which are still well within the range offered by ACSM. This level of energy expenditure is approximately equivalent to running 6 miles (9.7km) per hour on flat ground or biking at 14 miles (22.5km) per hour…’

Bhattacharya, A. et al. (1978). Body acceleration distribution and O2 uptake in humans during running and jumping. Journal of Applied Physiology, 49, 881–887.

 

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