According to the health experts, children (and adults too) need at least 60 minutes of exercise in a day. Me and my children would be lucky to get 30 minutes of physical activity in a day. Living in the heart of the city meant we’re almost always indoors and there’s no nearby park where we can go and play.
My husband and I are planning to enroll our eldest in a sports program in the future but for now I have to look for a solution to our problem. Then I realized what more fun way to exercise right in our backyard but on a trampoline? Aren’t trampolines an awful lot of fun to have? I’m sure I won’t need to beg the kids to use it at all. I bet in no time they can achieve the required exercise their body needs.
Who knows, I might join the fun too. I found out that trampolines are not only for playing around but can help in weight loss. There are some specific weight loss exercises I’ve found online that I can’t wait to try. Three times a week in my trampoline, plus a healthy diet of course, can help me lose the unwanted fat that has been bothering me for a long time.
Obesity is becoming a common problem of kids and adults alike. Trampolines can help us maintain a healthy body in a completely fun way which makes investing in one worthwhile.