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Every kid knows that bouncing on a trampoline is pure fun. But scientists at NASA who probably don't believe in fun examined what they called "rebounding" more closely in the 1980s, and found that it's actually full of potential health benefits. While bouncing, bodies are momentarily exposed to a small G-force, an action that helps boost oxygenation to the cells, aids in releasing toxins, and even improves digestion.
Enter the Jounce workout, a combination of "jump" and "bounce" that combines childhood fun with NASA science. During each session, participants perform quick energetic movements that transfer short bursts of energy into an individual trampoline. Helping them along the way? A handlebar, club-style low lighting, and upbeat music. The resulting activity not only helps tone cores, legs, buttocks, and arms, but it can also reap all the benefits that NASA discovered.