Is jumping on a trampoline good exercise?

Yes, jumping on a trampoline is amazing cardio and `exercises your whole body. 10 minutes of bouncing is the equivalent of a 30-minute run! The g-force that bouncing produces helps to build muscle and burn fat quickly. Trampolining engages many muscles not normally targeted, toning up loads of parts body – including legs, thighs, arms, hips and stomach. It also has the added benefit of improving agility and balance. Trampolining is 68% more effective than your 30-minute jog.

Our top workouts!

it's always important to warm up before any workout! Warming up allows you to get the best result from your workout, because as your heart rate rises, your body starts to burn more calories. Some simple bounces are a great way to familiarise yourself with the trampoline surface, regain your balance and warm up your muscles, which is an important step in preventing injury. Below are some of our favourite fitness trampoline workouts:

Straight Jump:
In this traditional trampoline stance, arms and knees are bent slightly while you bounce up and down. This simple movement will effectively burn calories, loosen joints and ligaments, warm-up your body, and prepare you for a high-intensity trampoline workout.

Tuck Jump:
For a tuck jump, begin with a couple of traditional trampoline bounces to gain momentum. Then, as you bounce higher, bring your knees to your chest at the top of the bounce. the higher you bounce, the more energy your body will use and the more calories you will burn!


Pike Jump:
This one will really get your core working! It requires straight legs and you touch your toes right out in front of you in the air. Repetitively jump side-to-side, and even front-to-back, with your feet together. This bounce is an excellent way to for toning and conditioning the core stomach muscle groups.

Split Pike Jump:
This sounds scarier than it is (it’s just a star jump)! These have traditionally been used in gymnastics or aerobics training – but it's much more fun on a trampoline! Split pike jumps on a trampoline will develop cardiovascular fitness, endurance and coordination. Start with your feet together and arms at your side. Jump high in the air, separating your legs and lift your arms up to create the star position at the top of each bounce. Land in the same position as your starting point. Voila! You’re a star!


Test your fitness by bouncing on the spot for a 2-minute period. How many times can you bounce up and down? Check your results after a month, to see how your speed and agility has improved!

T-aking G-aming O-utside and M-aking it A-ctive

The Tgoma is a new way to use your trampoline to stay fit. Springfree is the world's first and only Smart Trampoline. Four sensors on the mat connect wirelessly via Bluetooth to a tablet. Using the body as the controller, the sensors track movement creating an outdoor interactive Smart Play experience. The Tgoma has 18 games for you and your family to enjoy, from children’s educational and fitness games to adult workouts, the Tgoma really is an amazing addition for your Springfree Trampoline.

Not only does trampolining benefit your fitness, it helps all aspects of well-being! It helps reduce cellulite, increase bone mass, improves balance and posture, and improves circulation to get more blood flow to your brain! The elasticity of the jump surface and the shock absorbent mat prevents any shock injuries that could occur when doing other physical activities, such as running.