The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that you do not have a trampoline at home. This is because jumping on a trampoline can be dangerous if done carelessly. While you follow some safety measures, such as using only one person at a time, jumping on a trampoline can be a good form of exercise.
Intensity of exercise
Jumping on a trampoline counts as an exercise with a moderate level according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Center for Disease Control and Prevention). He places it in the same class as calisthenics, yoga and gymnastics. During a workout with moderate intensity, such as walking, you may sweat a little but you are still able to have a conversation. During a vigorous workout, such as jogging, your pulse increases, and you can only say a few words at a time.
It will not help much if you jump on the trampoline for a few minutes from time to time. To obtain true health benefits, you must exercise on your trampoline for at least 10 minutes each time, for a total of 150 minutes each week.
Burning calories depends on factors such as fitness level, gender, age, level of effort and weight. According to The Fit Day website, a 120 pound (54. 4 kilograms) woman burns approximately 143 calories per hour jumping. That's comparable to burning 151 calories per hour walking according to the Health Status Calculator.