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Rebounder or Mini Trampoline and Walk It Out

Friday, March 19, 2010

I've been playing wii Walk it Out since February 5th. I jog on a rebounder or mini trampoline and it gives such a great workout I really haven't been doing much else. I've been really happy with the weigh loss (down -13 pounds since I've been playing). I average 80 minutes a day 6 days a week.

I just did my measurements (you can check my pictures & see I'm totally bottom-heavy).

Just in the past month I've lost
hips -2 inches
thighs -1 inch each
calf -1 inch each
waist -1 inch

To the rebounder or mini trampoline fans - Has anyone noticed significant lower body reductions in measurements? I'm pretty shocked and even more motivated to keep on jumping!!!
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    I do an intermediate aerobic class on my rebounder for 40 minutes 4x a week and bike for 40 minutes 2x per week. I finish my rebound class with 15 minutes of Pilates core work. When I looked up the amount of calories burned on the rebounder it was much less than what a regular aerobics calorie burn is. Does anyone know the "real" calorie burn for this?? Thank you!!! It's so wonderful to have other Sparks out there!'
    2259 days ago
    I haven't heard of the wii walk it out game or the rebounder so I'm off to do some research.
    Glad that you are seeing results.

    2919 days ago
    I have a rebounder and just got the Walk it Out Wii game, I didn't even think to combine the two. Thanks for the wonderful idea!! Tomorrow I am going to do just that!!! Going down 13 pounds is FANTASTIC, that is so inspiring!! Way to go girl!~!! emoticon
    2920 days ago
    I love my rebounder. I use to exercise in bad weather. Exercise and diet have helped me lose 4 sizes. - from a 14 to a ten. I haven't worn that since I first got married 33 years ago. emoticon Thanking Jesus for SP! emoticon
    2920 days ago
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