Jumpers are an athletic shoe adapted to exercise without impact on the joints. To a certain extent it is like jumping on a trampoline, but with freedom of movement. This freedom allows us to do almost any activity that can be done with conventional trainers: walking, running, dancing, jumping, bouncing, etc.
Behind this new type of sports footwear lies a whole world of possibilities, benefits and considerations related to a way of training like you've never experienced before. Fun and protection of your joints will be the main drivers that will allow you to do things you may have given up, and reach levels you may never have dared to dream of.
what jumpers are for?
Save money on spare parts thanks to the 2 year warranty offered by Aerower in all its components.
You can change the RS parts quickly, easily and without special tools in less than 2 minutes.
Make your jumpers unique! You can customize the color of your Jumper1 by choosing the color of each RS component with the Jumper1 Custom model. They are up to 512 possible color combinations!
Feel the happiness! The first thing you will do when putting on Jumper1 and making your first jump is smiling. :)
Let's look at what benefits have been proven in specific studies with jumpers::
1. The whole body benefits to the same extent from the perceived increase in gravitational-inertial force.
2. Musculoskeletal system.
Repeated contractions during jumping improve muscle tone, which strengthens muscles, tendons and ligaments.
Continuous cushioned impacts promote calcium binding and increase bone mineral density.
The repeated jumping motion stimulates muscle tissue and improves oxidative stress levels in our cells.
3. Body composition. The continuous and intense strength work performed with jumpers (due to the extra load they entail) causes:
Increase in lean mass (muscle).
Reduction of fat mass (adipose tissue).
Increased metabolism, which remains elevated for hours after training.
4. Circulatory system and heart muscle. Repeated muscle contractions:
Encourage venous return and prevent pooling caused by the action of gravity.
They regulate blood pressure.
They increase the production of red blood cells in the bones, due to the continuous cushioned impacts.
5. Respiratory system. Due to the positive effects on the circulatory and muscular systems, the following occurs:
Improved aerobic capacity and increases VO2 max.
Increased exercise tolerance (even in untrained people).
6. Lymphatic system. Repeated contractions stimulate its anti-gravitational circulation.
7. The functioning of the digestive system improves as the repetitive jumps facilitate its motility (movement).
8. Increase in coordination and physical capacities, which are the objective of each programme.
9. Better body control and balance due to the constant activation of the proprioceptive mechanisms due to the change in posture (CDG and BDS).
10. Facilitates neuromuscular coordination because the CEA is activated with every jump.17
11. Injury prevention. Thanks to the cushioning of up to 80% that prevents the immediate and long-term effects of repetitive impacts that are transmitted to the different joints and cause wear and tear.
12. Increased general well-being. The feeling of weightlessness or buoyancy reduces stress and anxiety levels.
13. The most obvious for anyone who has been to a Jumple class: exceptional levels of fun and motivation! #AerowerAttitude