The JumpSport Fitness Trampoline Excercise

Oct 29th 2012


The Fitness Trampoline by JumpSport is an at-home workout option that includes a mobile mini trampoline and DVD workouts that correspond with it. The workouts are demonstrated by Kathy Jo Burgett, Jeff McMullen and two assistants for each workout.

The JumpSport trampoline combines high quality construction with proprietary elastic cords for a safer bouncing experience. The elastic cords provide a smooth, low-impact and silent bounce which contains the jarring effect found with steel-coil spring rebounders. The trampoline's firmness can easily be adjusted by pulling its cords tighter and placing the knots in different locations around the frame. The trampoline has a weight limit of holding 250 pounds.


  • 3 difficulty levels to choose from
  • Firmness is adjustable for difficulty levels
  • Gives technique tips throughout the workout
  • Different workout options to choose from
  • Easy to use
  • Takes up little space
  • Its bungees eliminate the jarring effect
  • Can be done anywhere at anytime


  • Injury can easily occur if not used properly
  • May not benefit everyone
  • Limited range of motion
  • There is a weight limit of 250 pounds


This product is for exercising only and does not provide diet and nutrition guidance or recommendations.


The DVDs corresponding with the JumpSport Fitness Trampoline are divided into four segments: cardio, core, strength and basic (which combines all of the above).

The core workout is the shortest, lasting 15 minutes, where as the basic workout combining everything is 30 minutes long. All other workouts are 20 minutes long. Each workout shows three different examples of difficulty levels so you may start with the beginners and work your way up to the advanced. It is recommended to start with the beginner version in order to decrease risks of injury.

The cardio workout involves different ways and techniques of jumping at different paces in different movements.The strength training section does not involve much jumping. It using the trampoline as a stabilizing object for exercises such as triceps dips. The core workout does not involve a lot of jumping either. It incorporates the trampoline by using it to sit on while performing abdominal exercises. Sitting on the trampoline adds difficulty compared to just sitting on the floor because one must balance themselves at the same time.


Overall, this is a great addition to your at-home workout programs. It's something new, unique and fun. All of the workouts are decently short, ranging between 15-30 minutes long, therefore they're great for those days when you've got a busy schedule. It can be used by all ages and fitness levels.

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