5 Ways to incorporate a rebounder into your barre routine

Outside of the floor workout, performing barre exercises on a rebounder is probably the next best-known way to perform barre exercises.

Marrying a low-impact barre workout with a low-impact cardio workout through the use of an instability apparatus like a mini trampoline is one of the best full-body workouts around, since it burns a tonne of calories but is easy on your joints.

Give these a try … compliments of BarreAmped

Wide Second

Wide Second targets the thighs (quads and abductors)

Big Curl to Extension

Big Curl to Extension is a dynamic core exercise that addresses both the front and back of the body.

Inclined Pull-ups

The attached handlebar on the rebounder is perfect for Inclined Pull-ups.

See Saw

See Saw is one of my favorite moves to target the hips, seat, and back of the leg

Parallel Thighs

A classic barre thigh exercise, Parallel is taken to the next level on the unstable surface of the trampoline.

Where to start?

Warm-up your muscles and get the blood flowing before your normal barre workout by bouncing for 3-5 minutes on the rebounder. Crank up your favorite playlist! Then take your workout to the rebounder. Traditional barre moves performed on the unstable surface of the rebounder take your workout to the next level! You’ll likely find that familiar exercises are a brand new challenge, especially for your feet, ankles, hips, and core.

What are the benefits of using a rebounder?

Rebounding is amazing! Even low-impact, gentle bouncing is beneficial for joint health, bone density, and those with pelvic floor issues. Any intensity level will stimulate the lymphatic system (our body’s “garbage disposal” system) and offer efficient cardiovascular exercise. Plus, it’s FUN!

Bootybarre Bounce is a high intensity-low impact workout! A full body work out designed to tone your body, increase circulation, balance, and endurance.

If you have a rebounder join me for a Bounce class :).

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