I rebound on a Needak mini trampoline every day, and when I first started I sure noticed a difference. My lower leg was rock hard before, but after starting rebounding it got much softer and wobbly like the "good" leg. Perhaps it was wishful thinking, but it seemed the leg also got a tiny bit smaller. For the first long while I jumped two minutes every hour when home, as I read in an e-book I got that that was the best, but now I am testing another approach, working myself up to a couple of longer sessions of perhaps 15 minutes per day. I work myself up very gradually, at present I am at almost five minutes.It is my strong belief that rebounding keeps my LE down, exercising the lymph fluid, making sure it does not get "stuck" and transforms into fatty tissue, which is my greatest fear.I recommend you give it a try. You don't have to jump very high, in fact just bouncing gently will do the trick.
What is my primary objective? Weight loss, tone, and a change in my exercise routine. Rebounding is a fun way to make sure I get some aerobic exercise every day. ...I also like the idea of being able to get a good aerobic workout indoors without going to the gym. I have a treadmill but it's so boring!
I suffer from osteoarthritis and angina. My general health and sense of well-being have improved enormously, my appetite has returned, and I am now quite energetic. My son suffers from Down's Syndrome, and like many of his friends is grossly overweight & constipated. He loves the Needak REBOUNDER & has lost 30 pounds. We have had the Needak REBOUNDER for 3 months.