Research and Studies around the Subject of Rebounding

Study shows rebounding burns fat and improves cardio better than running
International Journal of Sports Science 12.04.2016
A new study, published in the International Journal of Sports Science, has concluded that rebounding exercise is twice as effective at improving aerobic fitness and 50% more efficient at burning fat than running. It also showed that exercising on a mini-trampoline increased vertical jumping ability. The study was conducted over a period of 8 weeks with participants exercising three days a week and otherwise maintaining “their usual diet and lifestyle habits during the study period.”
Helpful info at the National Weight Control Registry
The National Weight Control Registry 28.03.2014
According to their homepage, The National Weight Control Registry “is the largest prospective investigation of long-term successful weight loss maintenance.” The website includes research finding and success stories of people who have been able to lose a great deal of weight and keep it off. “Registry members have lost an average of 66 lbs and kept it off for 5.5 years.”
It’s Better to Lose Weight Gradually
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 27.03.2014
What’s a safe rate of weight loss? What works best in the long run? Here’s what the Center for Disease Control has to say: “It's natural for anyone trying to lose weight to want to lose it quickly, but evidence shows that people who lose weight gradually and steadily (about 1 to 2 pounds per week) are more successful at keeping weight off.
The Problem of Obesity in the U.S.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 27.03.2014
At bellicon, we always stress the importance of weight management and getting the most out of your workout for your health and well being. We wanted to provide you with resources on weight loss and the growing obesity epidemic in the United States.
Eccentric Exercise and Metabolism
Aaron Bubbico, B.S. and Len Kravitz, PhD 25.03.2014
"Research has found that doing exercise with an eccentric emphasis can acutely and meaningfully raise the resting energy expenditure of both untrained and trained individuals after a total body workout" states Aaron Bubbico, BS, and Len Kravitz, PhD, in their study, "From: “Eccentric Exercie: A Comprehensive Review of a Distinctive Training Method,”.