Replicate a bounce cardio session at home:
- Get on the trampoline for 20 to 30 minutes and high-bounce. High-bouncing is simply jumping up and down, but it'll make your heart rate immediately rise and you'll reap all the benefits of rebounding.
- From there, keep it simple and work in two moves: First bouncing down, pressing your heels into the trampoline while maintaining a squat position. Secondly, run on one spot, lifting your knees up one at a time. Rotate between the two moves, bouncing down for one minute, and then running for the next. Continue to alternate that way.
- Once you feel more comfortable, start to build a combination of different moves, such as star jumps or scissors (switching the feet from front to back in parallel). Play with each, doing four reps of the scissors, and eight reps of a bounce down.
- Use the side of the trampoline to tone as well. Work on your balance by hovering one leg off the side of the trampoline and doing single-leg lifts. The trampoline provides instability, which automatically engages your core.