Rebounding Classes

Rebounding classes every Monday at Glen Parva @17:45 Every Tuesday at Western Park @19:45
Every Wednesday at Braunstone @19:30

What do I need to bring with me?


  • A bottle of water
  • Possibly a sweat towel
  • Your sense of FUN!
  • If this is your first class have you completed the PARQ?

What should I wear?


  • Appropriate and suitable fitness attire such as leggings or shorts and a t-shirt or vest, UV lights will be used; you are welcome to wear something UV reactive so you GLOW!
  • Appropriate training shoes (trainers) must be worn throughout the class, please ensure they are properly fastened
  • Ladies a decent sports bra/crop top is an absolute must!


What is Rebounding and what are the benefits?

Rebounding is a type of aerobic exercise that is performed by jumping on a mini-trampoline. At Bounce Beyond Leicester we rebound to banging dance music in a dark room with night club lighting! Rebounding is very gentle on your joints; allowing you to work your cardiovascular system, burn large amounts of calories without being taxing on your body. Rebounding will improve your endurance, strength, bone density, increase your coordination, improve insulin sensitivity, improve heart health, decrease blood pressure, decrease cellulite and body fat, it’s also anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing!

Rebounding burns calories faster than walking, swimming, or running, in fact, according to a 2016 study published in the ‘International Journal of Sports Science’ in comparison to running rebounding is:

Twice as effective at improving aerobic fitness

50% more efficient at burning fat

Rebounding Class

More effective at increasing maximal oxygen consumption

Creates less impact on the joints

Here’s the Science Bit!

Some of the many benefits of Rebounding:

  • Stimulates Metabolism – meaning you will burn more calories throughout the day.
  • Aids the Lymphatic System – the lymphatic system works alongside your cardiovascular system to keep blood and lymphatic fluid levels balanced and flushes out toxins. The lymphatic system also moves your immune cells throughout your body, this is your first line of defence against viruses and infection.
  • Reduces Cellulite – cellulite is often caused by a stagnant lymphatic system, rebounding increasing the lymphatic flow, a reduction in cellulite can often be seen after rebounding on a regular basis for just a few months
  • Has an Anti-Inflammatory Effect – Rebounding efficiently stimulates and helps lymphatic drainage which has an anti-inflammatory effect on your body. It is therefore a great exercise for many people with joint problems and arthritis because this type of exercise actually helps to lubricate the joints and reduce pain and stiffness.
  • Improves Bone Density – Rebounding increases bone density therefore reducing the risk of developing osteoporosis and decreases the chance of sustaining a bone fracture.
  • Increased G-Force – having an increased G-Force (or gravitational load) helps your body by strengthening your musculoskeletal systems. Rebounding has been used as an effective form of rehabilitation for astronauts! (Bones decrease in mass and density due to being in a weightless environment).
  • Antioxidant Protection – Rebounding increases your blood flow which can help protect the internal structure of your skin and delay the signs of ageing.
  • Burns Calories – Rebounding will help you to burn lots of calories very quickly
  • Firmer Abs, Glutes and Thighs – Rebounding will strengthen and tone your core and legs.
  • Improves Immune System – Rebounding boosts the immune system by stimulating the action of red bone marrow and supporting the repair of tissue.
  • Improves the Endocrine System – because getting rid of excess hormones and toxins is an important factor in a healthy endocrine system, rebounding is a great way to correct a hormone imbalance, it can also help with sleep patterns and bloating.
  • Increase Stamina and Endurance – so you have more energy for everything you do. Rebounding is a very effective ‘cellular exercise’ which forces the production of mitochondria, mitochondria are our powerhouses; they are responsible for energy production
  • Increases Lung Capacity – Rebounding has a positive impact on your diaphragm which is responsible for how much oxygen we take in to our bodies.
  • Stabilise Blood Sugar – Rebounding can lower your blood sugar level and improve the work of your insulin. Reducing the risk of developing dieses like type 2 diabetes and is great for those with type 2 diabetes.
  • Enhances Digestion and Elimination – helping you to feel less bloated and remove toxins. Rebounding on a regular basis helps encourage digestive health and is an excellent “treatment” for people who suffer from gastrointestinal discomfort.
  • Lowers Blood Pressure – Rebounding helps your muscles to contract, which results in the rhythmic compression of veins and arteries. This helps move fluids more effectively through the body and back to the heart, which helps lower peripheral blood pressure.
  • Improves Balance – Rebounding increases your brain’s responsiveness to the vestibular apparatus within the inner ear, which is responsible for your sense of balance.
  • Reverses the Impact of Life-Long Stress – Rebounding for 30 minutes can decrease tension by increasing levels of calming brain chemicals such as serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. In fact, rebounding may actually work on a cellular level to help reverse the toll that stress takes on the aging process.
  • Improved Pelvic Floor Tone and Control – Rebounding will strengthen and tone your Pelvic Floor as the muscles in this area are activated without creating tension. However, if you are concerned about the strength of your pelvic floor why not come along to our Pilates Classes.


We currently hold Rebounding classes at 3 locations in Braunstone, Western Park and Glen Parva

Glen Parva Memorial Hall

Glen Parva Memorial Hall

The Grove Community HUB

Grove Community Hub Hall photo

St Anne’s Church Hall

St Annes Church Hall

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