Mini trampolines or a “rebounder” as they are sometimes called, are small trampolines that can be used indoors or at home as part of a great cardio workout routine. They have become increasingly popular in recent years and especially over the course of the pandemic as many people have had no choice but to work out from home.
Mini trampolines offer a very enjoyable and fun type of cardiovascular workout that is easier on the joints than the likes of running, and also helps tone multiple parts of the body whilst enhancing your motor skills. Also, who doesn’t love bouncing? From kids to adults, everyone could benefit from just 15 minutes a day on a home trampoline. If you’re someone who is put off by the idea of assembling equipment, don’t worry – it normally doesn’t take too long to build a mini trampoline.
There are a variety of mini trampolines that we have available to purchase on our website, Relifesports. They come in different sizes and price ranges, so if you’re new to the exercise or on a budget, you’re bound to find one that suits you.
RELIFE CS03 46 Inch Trampoline With Handle
We can start with the RELIFE CS03 46 Inch Trampoline, a decent size for the average home user. Assembly is really a simple matter of attaching the mat to the metal frame and securing it in place with the elastic cords provided. It also comes equipped with a handrail for added security and stability during your exercises. The height of the handrail can also be quickly adjusted between 33 and 44 inches! The trampoline is easy to fold and store away, ensuring you won’t have to spend any length of time setting it up each time you use it. With a weight capacity of 286 lbs and a price of $79.99, it’s a reliable and affordable mini trampoline for those looking to get more of their workouts at home!
RELIFE CS04 40 Inch Trampoline
For those of us who would prefer something a little smaller and without the handle, we have you covered with the CS04 40 Inch Trampoline. The strong steel frame of this trampoline can hold up to 300 lbs and the high elasticity of the jump pad and springs mean that you can get a good bounce going on this mini trampoline without worrying about joint strain or injury.
Assembly is simple. The mat comes folded and needs to be unfolded before attaching the metal poles (legs) to the frame. This is usually the part that requires a bit of power, so it’s recommended that you have an adult at each side of the mat to unfold it, just to avoid anything springing up and hitting you. After this, it’s a simple matter of covering the blue protective sleeve over the rim of the trampoline and securing the six legs in place. Priced at $59.99, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more durable, easily assembled mini trampoline on the market for such a bargain!
RELIFE 48 Inch Trampoline (CS01 & CS02)
For a bigger surface area for your bouncing, we also offer the 48 Inch trampoline, in both the CS01 and CS02 models. They are very much similar apart from a few differences. The CS01 model comes equipped with an adjustable handrail (much like the CS03), has a load bearing capacity of 220 lbs and is priced at $74.99. The CS02 comes without one, can hold 200 lbs and is priced slightly lower at $69.99. Apart from that there isn’t much difference! They can both be assembled in an extremely quick and efficient manner much like the rest of our mini trampolines.
Both models have a foldable, sturdy trampoline body with stainless steel springs that are screwed into the support stands. The oxford protective sleeve simply slides over the outer edge of the trampoline and the suction cups and anti-slip caps are twisted on at the end to absorb the vibration and protect your floors. The whole process will take around 30-60 minutes from start to finish, and possibly even faster if you have someone there to help with assembling!
Home trampolines (or rebounders) are a fantastic way to stay in shape, tone your muscles and let off some steam all from the comfort of your home. Bouncing counts as cardiovascular exercise and, unlike other types of cardio such as swimming or cycling, doesn’t require you to leave the house. It is also a lot kinder to your joints compared to the likes of running thanks to the high elasticity of the jumping pads and springs, making any joint-related injury much less likely. Setting up a mini trampoline is quick, simple and generally pain free! Of course, the time frame will vary due to factors such as your experience in setting up this type of equipment, how big the trampoline is and how good you are at following instructions! Realistically it should take around an hour, maybe slightly more if you’re taking it slow. A good idea is to have someone else (ideally another adult) to help you, particularly with the unfolding of the mat, just so nothing springs up by surprise!
After initial construction of the mini trampoline, setting it up and storing it away from future workouts will be a breeze. All of our home trampolines are easily folded and stored away when not in use. Whenever you get the urge to workout, all you have to do is take it out, unfold, and start bouncing!
Whether it’s a one person or a multiple person job, you’ll find that setting up most home trampolines isn’t anywhere as difficult as you may imagine. Our mini trampolines and rebounders are designed to be easy to assemble and store, so you can spend less time messing around with instructions and fretting about setting up and more time getting in an enjoyable workout! You’ll find something reliable and quick to assemble in our selections on our website, Relifesports!