We’ve spent over 10 years perfecting the design of our Pro Gym Rebounder and as a result we believe that the it is the most robust rebounder on the market. Carefully designed with 6 triple welded chrome legs and wide non-marking rubber feet, the Pro Gym Rebounder has 36 large muscle shaped springs that have been perfectly calibrated and tested to give a resilient low impact bounce perfect for high energy group exercise workouts in the studio or indoors at home.
The non-slip mat is heavy duty and prevents moisture absorption. To assure durability, the mat is sewn together using high-grade nylon thread and two layers of strong polypropylene webbing.
When not in use the Rebounders can be stacked one of top of the other and easy to collapse spring loaded legs allow for easy flat packed transport. Unlike many Rebounders on market, all Rebound Fitness rebounders come with a full spare parts service and have been vigorously tested to EU and US standards.
Comes with stability bar for an additional balance aid and Resistance Bands for additional strength and conditioning training and 2 DVDs with 4 amazing rebound workouts. Spare parts are available post-warranty.
– Dimensions: The frame is approx. 100cm (40 inches) in diameter, the mat surface is approx. 69cm (27 inches) in diameter and the rebounder stands 25-33cm (10-13 inches) from the ground.
– Weight: The Pro Gym Rebounder weighs 12kg (26lb) and is carefully weighted to prevent the Rebounder moving across the floor when bouncing.
What is the weight limit of the Pro Gym Rebounder?
The Pro Gym Rebounder performs perfectly up to user weights of up to 140kg (22 stone/309lb).
Is the Pro Gym suitable for barefoot bouncing?
We advise that trainers (not bare feet or socks) are worn at all times using this rebounder for more ankle stability and better joint alignment. If you would like to rebound barefoot then our Fit Bounce Pro Rebounder is the one for you!
Does the Pro Gym Rebounder make any noise?
Proper maintenance of the rebounder will ensure that this Rebounder makes very little noise. To reduce noise when bouncing simply apply vaseline (or coconut oil) to the springs where any metal component contacts another metal component. For more information on proper maintenance please visit the “How to” section of our video library here.
Where can I found more information on the Bounce & Burn membership?
We’ve launched the UK’s first online Rebounding platform, bringing you all the fitness and health benefits of Rebounding straight to your living room. Join us and our Master Trainers from around the world on a journey to burn fat, build strength and most importantly have FUN. With access to hundreds of workouts, specialist nutrition plans & recipes and discounts from our partners, the Bounce & Burn membership is perfect to support you and keep you motivated. For more information on the Bounce & Burn membership click here.
What is the spare parts service?
Unlike many Rebounders on market, all ReboundUK’s 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 however 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.
Does the Pro Gym Rebounder come with a warranty?
• Yes! You can register your Rebounder for warranty here. For full details of our terms & conditions, please click here which details the general warranty terms and specific product warranty terms in the annex.
• We have a dedicated customer service team always available to answer any questions you may have about your product or workouts and can assist you with any query, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where do I attach the resistance bands?
Please note the resistance bands are intended to be used with our metal sprung rebounders and they should be attached to the “W” hook on the rebounder mat (where the springs are attached). To see how they attach please click here.