Health, Exercise and Wellbeing
Bouncing is good for all the family!
Two awareness days this month National Fitness Day on 25th Sept and World Heart Day on 29th Sept bring into focus the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle and how exercise plays a major role in our wellbeing.
However, keeping fit doesn’t need to be a chore. Why not shake up your routine and enjoy a new super fun way to keep fit at your nearest Inflata Nation inflatable theme park. There are now seven Inflata Nation indoor inflatable arenas across the UK all dedicated to providing the most awesome bouncy day out for all ages and its great exercise too!
It’s very social
It’s much more fun exercising with friends and family than on your own. Challenge each other to a race around the activity packed inflatable arena, it is a great way to keep motivated. There’s also the opportunity to meet new friends and just have a good laugh.
It’s great exercise for everyone
Inflata Nation inflatable arenas are a brilliant way to exercise and relieve stress. Each inflatable park is packed full of features and activities with something for everyone. Aside from being brilliant fun, bouncing has several proven health and fitness benefits. A regular routine of bouncing can strengthen muscles and improve your fitness by elevating your pulse rate and ensuring that oxygen is pumped around your body.
In fact, they say that regular bouncing can make you feel younger and build strong stamina, as it helps to slow down the ageing process!! There’s lots of benefits for little ones too, check out our blog article from earlier this year that explains about the importance of activity and exercise for toddlers.
It’s good for your heart
World Heart Day on the 29th September aims to raise awareness of heart disease and share advice and tips on how to take better care of your heart. The three key areas are eating and drinking wisely, not smoking and taking regular exercise. Bouncing around can help the whole family to lower cholesterol, as it increases blood flow and strengthens muscles around our hearts from increased aerobic exercise. This in turn leads to a lower heart rate, therefore decreasing the likelihood of heart disease. Yay!
Disclaimer: Please note, the above information associated with bouncing is taken from international studies and is intended as general information only and should not be taken as a substitute for health advice. Please seek medical advice if you suffer from any medical condition before attending Inflata Nation inflatable theme park.
2019-09-23T20:20:42.0000000+01:00 Published by Inflata Nation on September 23, 2019 at 8:20 PM
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