Jump around Bouncing up and down on a trampoline sounds like fun -- and it is -- but it's also a champion calorie burner. Studies published in the Journal of Applied Psychology have shown that just 10 minutes of trampoline jumping can equal the health benefits of running for more than 30 minutes. But the founders of Springfree Trampoline, a trampoline producer in Issaquah, Wash., say that you can reap even bigger benefits if you incorporate trampoline-specific exercises, like the "starfish." Jump up into the air with your arms and legs splayed out. Or try the "seat drops" where you jump up, pull your legs parallel to the ground, then bounce back down onto your butt.
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