Fitness Minutes: (12,145)
4/15/13 1:43 P
I bought a rebounder off of Amazon that was even less expensive (and larger) than Urban Rebounder and it works great. I would LOVE to get one of the REALLY nice ones but I just can't justify spending as much on a rebounder as I did on my treadmill!
ETA: also more than 218 and have been fine with the rebounder I chose (weight limit was either 250 or 300).
I love mine. I am considerably more than 218 pounds and bought it. I got the dvd's and compilations. I got 14 dvd's with it but am in no way ready to do those. I have the compilations and they are a bit easier or at least have the modifications. I haven't gotten bored yet.
Fitness Minutes: (65,456)
4,894 4/14/13 11:28 P
Yes I have it. I like doing it. I've had it for several years. I don't use it very often though. My young nephews have used it quite a bit. I just got tired of doing it. I like having variety, so I think that's a drawback to the Rebounder. There's only so many different exercises you can do on it. That to me would keep me from buying it if I were to do it again. Because now I'm stuck with it.
Fitness Minutes: (703)
103 4/14/13 6:40 P
I would like to know if anyone is using this or has used it. They say that it will hold up to 300 pounds but how long will it last and is it really worth it. I don't want to spend the money and not have it last. I weigh 218 pounds.
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