Osteoporosis - Increase Bone Density through Rebounding

Osteoporosis? This is how you can help yourself:


1. Understand how bones function

    Read this informative article by Dr. Sylvia Lim, MPP, Ph.D


2. Get the Rebounder that works best for you

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  • Already in 1980, NASA published that Rebounding strengthens the bones and increased bone density.

  • Our customers experienced that with ten minutes of daily rebounding, their bone density came back to normal and reversed their Osteopenia within one and a half years.

  •  In Germany, medical studies done by the "Board for Preventive Medicine" have shown that Rebounding can stop the decrease of bone density due to Osteoporosis. The following video clips document those studies:


Better bones #1

Better bones #2

Scientific Studies:


Study #1: A Study of the Journal of Sport and Health Science of December 2016 shows that trampolining influences bone strength. It says: "Trampolinists' bone size and strength at both the radius and tibia was higher than controls. Furthermore, trampolinists have denser and thicker trabeculae coupled with a larger bone adding to higher bone strength.Read the study.


Study #2:  A Study of the Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand of September 2015 shows not only the benefits to bone mineral density, it also includes overall fitness-related benefits that may have some correlation to lymphedema.  



The study showed that performing the floor exercises on a mini-trampoline (rebounder)

  • Increased bone formation and decreased bone resorption
  • Improved health-related fitness, balance, leg muscular strength


Read the study


Study #3:   A study of the Journal of Sports Science and Medicine in 2009   found that even a single bout of high-impact exercise can increase bone turnover. Study participants jumped up and down until they were exhausted. Afterwards, markers of bone formation (procollagen type I amino terminal propeptide [P1NP] and bone resorption (carboxyterminal crosslinked telopeptide [CTx]) were both elevated, signifying that the body was busily fixing the damage and rebuilding the bones to be stronger. Read more about this study.


Experiential Study:

Triathlon Camp Director Charlie Woodcock speaks about her experience with Osteoporosis and her success story with her bellicon: