No question is a silly question! Here’s a list of our most frequently asked questions.
About Our Rebounders
You will find the full specifications for each rebounder in the product description for each rebounder. Broadly,
- The frame is approx. 40 inches in diameter
- The mat surface is approx. 26 – 34 inches in diameter.
- The rebounders stand 10-13 inches from the ground.
- The stability bar stands approx. 35 inches from the mat surface.
- Fit Bounce Pro = 330lbs /150kgs
- Fit Bounce Pro XL = 330lbs /150kgs
- Maximus Pro Bungee = 330lbs /150kgs
- Maximus Pro Gym Rebounder = 330lbs /150kgs
- Maximus Pro Rebounder = 330lbs /150kgs
- HIIT Bounce Pro = 308lbs /140kgs
- Bounce & Burn = 308lbs /140kgs
- All bungee model rebounders are very quiet,
- For metal sprung rebounders, there will always be a slight noise as you have “metal on metal” whilst bouncing, however, proper maintenance of metal sprung rebounders keep this to a minimum. Every few months, simply apply vaseline (or coconut oil) to the springs where any metal component contacts another metal component and this will reduce the noise level.
- Bungee models – These rebounders are springless and can be used barefoot (we recommend our grip socks for comfort) or with cross trainers.
- All spring based Rebounders should be used wearing trainers – preferably cross trainers with a stiff midsole. Avoid tying shoes too tightly to enable increased blood circulation in the feet.
Yes! Unlike many Rebounders on the market, all Rebound Fitness’ rebounders come with a full spare parts service.
We have worked tirelessly to ensure that our equipment is manufactured to the highest quality and is as robust as possible, however, sometimes even a rebounder can tweak a hamstring! Every component of our rebounders is replaceable so should anything happen to a spring (or bungee), mat, rubber feet, leg or a skirt we stock replacements so you don’t have to buy a whole new rebounder.
To order spare or replacement parts please visit our shop.
We offer both spring and bungee model rebounders – they both have a place in the rebounding market and this blog will help you to understand the differences between the two designs and assist you in making the right choice for your needs – “Bungee or Spring Rebounder – What is the Difference?”
Yes. Our customer service team is available by email on email@example.com and if you require a call back then this can be arranged. Our service days are Monday – Friday (excluding bank holidays).
We hold stock and despatch goods and spare parts from our local warehouses in the UK, Germany, USA, Canada and Australia.
Using & Maintaining your Rebounder
You will find instructions for maintenance of your rebounder in the Instruction Manual for your product.
Very little maintenance is required.
All models should be wiped down from time to time as you will sweat when bouncing.
For spring models, using vaseline or coconut oil from time to time on the springs will minimise any noise from the rebounder.
Take care when folding the rebounder legs away – don’t “tug” the legs or the springs will weaken.
If you need any help and cannot find the information in the instruction manual please contact us and we will be pleased to help.
To achieve all the benefits possible from Rebounding, purchase a Rebound Fitness rebounder and follow our recommended bouncing technique – guaranteed to put a smile on your face!
- Perfect bounce – a controlled downward push into the mat, not jumping high/slow as trampolining
- Land through balls of feet, then heel, stay close to the mat with low centre of gravity
- Core and postural muscles will engage automatically
- Controlled rhythmic bounce, working against gravity, feels incredible, massive calorie burn!
- Every cell in the body feels a gentle squeeze giving you a workout from the inside out!
- Momentarily defying gravity creates a feeling of free-falling giving a feel good endorphin release