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“Rebound with Tadda”

January 20, 2023 “Rebound with Tadda”



To rebound is to bounce back through the air after hitting a hard surface. Bouncing back means to return quickly to a normal condition after a difficult situation or event.  Rebounding and landing on your feet can be coined as resilience – the ability and tendency to bounce back.


My client base is made up of a number of people bouncing back.  They have faced disappointment, defeat, and failure not just with their weight loss or health, but financially, emotionally, in family situations and so on.  They come to me broken or at least they think that. But they made a realistic plan to bounce back, whether they know it or not and are taking steps to carry out the bounce back, by walking in the door. Bouncing back is not easy for many of us but it can be learned.

As I was giving a client a vitamin b12 shot this week, he said you know I have been following you for years and I joined because of how fast you bounce back from all of your injuries, etc.  I truly can say that I am the bounce back queen; dislocated shoulder, multiple abdominal surgeries, 12 staples in my head and multiple strained muscles over the years. 

I love the meme that states, “You better watch those people that BOUNCE BACK from everything that was meant to destroy them! Those are God’s people, and they are not to be played with!

Resilience has a powerful impact on your health and leads to and contributes to many different positive health outcomes. The ability to bounce back faster and faster is based on you becoming more resilient. Some of the positive health outcomes of becoming resilient include:


  • The experience of more positive emotions and better regulation of negative emotions

  • Less depressive symptoms

  • Greater resistance to stress

  • Better coping with stress through enhanced problem solving

  • Successful aging and improved sense of well-being despite age-related challenges


Another form of Rebounding is a type of aerobic exercise that is performed while jumping on a mini-trampoline. Jumps can be fast or slow and can be mixed with rest or aerobic stepping.

Rebounding on a trampoline creates a sense of resilience in your physical body, by working the muscles in the legs, increasing your endurance, and strengthening your bones, among a number of other benefits. This type of exercise is gaining popularity because it’s gentle on the joints but allows you to work your cardiovascular system without taxing the body.

Some of the additional benefits of rebounding:

  • Work the abdominal (core), leg, buttock, and deep back muscles.

  • Improve endurance.

  • Stimulate the lymphatic system. And help your body flush out toxins, bacteria, dead cells, and other waste products.

  • Improve balance, coordination, and overall motor skills.

  • Support bone density, bone strength and bone formation, while decreasing bone resorption. Bouncing puts small amounts of pressure on the bones, which helps them grow stronger.

  • Supports pelvic floor health. Bouncing works the muscles of the deep core that help prevent urinary incontinence and stabilize hip joints.

Whether you’re looking for a low-impact routine or for motivation to kickstart your fitness goals, rebounding may be just what you need to bounce some life back into your exercise routine. Starting this coming Monday January 21, 2023, we will have two Rebounding classes at 7:10 and 7:45. Come Bounce Back with Tadda, No Mess!


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