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Needak® Soft Bounce Mini Rebounder
The Quick And Easy Way To Reduce Stress and Feel Better!
The Folding Rebounder comes with carry bag and how to book.
Bouncing on a NEEDAK® rebounder in conjunction with proper eating habits, can help to melt away those extra pounds and tone your body. You can "bounce it off" while watching TV or talking on the phone. Think how much younger and vibrant you will feel!
 
 

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The Needak Rebounder uses quality springs on every unit.

The Needak® Rebounder uses quality springs on every unit.

Simple easy to fold legs on the SBFR model
Simple easy to fold legs 

Fun and easy to use in small areas.

         
      Shown is a deluxe Needak® rebounding device on which an exerciser is 
      jogging without feeling the jarring effect of landing on pavement. 
      With optional stabilizing bar attached, those who feel unsteady on 
      their feet, have a greater sense of security while rebounding.
    Features:
  • American made quality includes detailed stitching and reinforced mats.
  • 40" diameter heavy duty metal frame for long life.
  • 10" high off the floor.
  • The Needak® Soft-Bounce™ rebounder utilizes a 4.25" inch (hook to hook) barrel spring with coils that taper from the center to the outside. The center coils are approximately 1 1/8 inch in diameter and the coil near the spring hook is approximately 7/8 inch in diameter. The legs of this rebounder are 9 inches long. The jumping mat area is approximately 28.5" inches in diameter.
  • 36 Springs connecting on one end to 36 Clevis Pins that pass through the frame and at the other end connect to 18 metal cleat that are sewn into the jump mat.
  • Unique spring loaded legs make for quick and easy storage (beneath a bed, behind a door, ect.).
  • Molded leg tips protect floor surface.
  • Individual spring mounting pins prevent frame wear.
  • Genuine Permatron® mat gives an invigorating bounce and long life.
  • Springs are sheilded with a protective cover.
  • Our unique NEEDAK® half-fold allows convenience when traveling, even on an airplane (carry bag included)
  • 5 year Limited Warranty on Jump Mat.
  • 10 year Limited Warranty on Frame and Hinges.
  • All other parts are guaranteed to be free from defects in material and workmanship for one (1) year.
  • It is normal for springs to need occasional replacement. However, if needed, NEEDAK® MFG. will replace springs FREE for one (1) year from date of purchase of your rebounder. This warranty is valid as long as the user's weight is not in excess of 300 lbs. Original purchaser only. Any and all other guarantees or warranties, expressed, implied, written or otherwise stated will not be recognized by NEEDAK® MFG.
  • While every attempt is made to include the highest degree of protection in all equipment, we cannot, unfortunately, guarantee freedom from injury. The user assumes all risk of injury due to use. All merchandise is sold on this condition.
Rebounding cleanses and decongests lymph, increases immunity, offers an aerobic workout, increases circulation and muscle strength, reduces cellulite and body fat, lowers cholesterol, improves co-ordination and balance, and provides a sense of centredness and well-being. And all of this can be accomplished in the privacy of your own home, in a very small area, with one piece of equipment.
 
Rebounding For Lymphatic Health, Detoxification, and Increased Immunity
Rebounding - bouncing on a mini-trampoline - is the pre-eminent lymphatic pump. When the body soars to its highest point, its apex, it achieves a state of weightlessness. And it then lands at twice the force of gravity. Herein lies the pump. At impact, the lymph is squeezed through vessels, forcing toxic wastes into the bloodstream so that the cells and tissues are cleansed, nourished and oxygenated. A rebounder is constructed of strong, coiled springs and woven material stretched over a steel frame. It is a convenient and gentle-on-the-joints piece of home (or office) equipment. Rebounding is more beneficial if undertaken for at least 15 - 20 minutes per day, intensity can be adjusted to individual strength and endurance.
 
Rebounding For Mental Health
Rebounding can provide an opportunity for contemplation, reflection, pleasurable TV viewing, or simply relaxing and editating. It increases endorphins, brightens the spirit and staves off depression.
 
Rebounding for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Dr. Paul Cheney, one of the pioneering doctors in the discovery, research, and treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, recommends rebounding as the best form of exercise for his CFS patients. He believes, along with many other physicians treating this ailment, that aerobic exercise is counter-productive until the patient has recovered, and then only progressive aerobic exercise should be undertaken. He compares the weakness of regulation autonomic tone and the autonomic nervous system of chronic fatigue sufferers to that of astronauts returning to earth from orbit. They have lost their autonomic nervous system capacity to stand up in a gravitational field and are removed from the capsule vertically. NASA resolved the problem of balancing the autonomic nervous system by bouncing them. The same regulation of autonomic tone and balancing of the autonomic nervous system can be achieved with the non-weight bearing, gentle exercise of rebounding.
 
Rebounding for the Physically Challenged
Needak rebounders may be obtained with a stabilizing bar attached for a greater sense of security, for those who feel unsteady on their feet. Also, for those who cannot stand, rebounding can also be done while sitting on the rebounder.
 
The following article, excerpted from "Jumping for Health" by Morton Walker, D.P.M. was published in "Townsend Letter for Doctors".
Rebounding is an exercise that reduces your body fat; firms your legs, thighs, abdomen, arms, and hips; increases your agility; improves your sense of balance; strengthens your muscles over all; provides an aerobic effect for your heart; rejuvenates your body when it's tired, and generally puts you in a state of health and fitness. You can easily perform this exercise in your living room, your office, and your yard. The traveler may wish to carry a portable rebounder aboard an airliner for use in a hotel room. It's the most convenient, metabolically effective form of exercise around.
 
How Rebound Exercise Accomplishes Its Benefits 
Rebounding involves aerobic movements performed on a bouncing device that looks like a small trampoline. It has you jumping up and down for health and fitness. As an ideal jumping device, the mini-trampoline or "rebounder," has a strong woven mat attached by coiled steel springs to a circular steel frame. The rebounder usually is round, although some models have been made oval, rectangular, square or polygonal. The entire jumping surface of the mat is twenty-eight inches in diameter, stands on six legs with spring coils of their own, which are seven to nine inches high.
Sometimes, for people who feel unsteady on their feet or for the elderly, handicapped, and disabled, a stabilizing bar may be added to the rebounder's frame. It's attached to two of the frame's legs so that the individual needing more security can hold onto this bar and still bounce aerobically.
In jumping on a well-made rebounder, the exerciser usually feels invigorated and filled with a sense of well-being. People who rebound find they're able to work longer, sleep better, and feel less tense and nervous. The effect is not just psychological, because the action of bouncing up and down against gravity, without trauma to the musculoskeletal system, is one of the most beneficial aerobic exercises ever developed.
Rebounding aerobics is working with gravity to cleanse your tissue cells and act as an oxygenator, which, in turn, lightens the load on the heart. Also it's fun to bounce! Much more than fun, however, rebounding provides a number of physiological pick-me-ups for the person who sustains this activity for at least ten minutes, four times a day, or for a single daily session for 40 minutes. As you bounce, your feet hit the mat with twice the force of gravity. Then just as the astronauts experience while floating in space, your body is in a state of weightlessness at the top of the bounce.
Jumping on the mini-trampoline is remarkably un-strenuous on the Joints. There's no solid ground to suddenly stop the bouncing of your feet. Your movements are perfectly safe, and they make the effect of gravity beneficial. By working against constant gravitational pressure while bouncing, you resist the Earth's pull. Your resistance is subtle, but it builds cellular strength. Rebounding's alternating weightlessness and double gravity produce a pumping action which pulls out waste products from the cells and forces into them, oxygen and nutrition from the bloodstream.
 
Jumping's Oxygenating Effect 
If you have a resting heart rate of less than 60 beats a minute, don't smoke, don't have chest pain, live a healthful lifestyle, and engage in rebounding for 40 minutes or more each day, at least five days a week, theoretically it's not likely that you'll ever develop a heart problem if you have none now. Jumping on a rebounder helps you to attain your heart rate target zone every day that you rebound for the recommended 40 minutes.
Rebound exercise strengthens your heart in two ways: It improves the tone and quality of the muscle itself, and it increases the coordination of the fibers as they wring blood out of the heart during each beat. The aerobic effect while you are rebound-jumping equals and often surpasses that of running.
Your rate of rebounding will vary, depending on how vigorously you bounce and how high you lift your feet off the mat. Rebound exercise offers the ideal aerobic effect with almost any rate of performance, because it fills all the requisites of an oxygenating exercise. Rebounding might be considered a precursor movement for better achieving the oxygen therapies.
 
The Detoxification Effect of Rebounding 
The lymphatic system is the metabolic garbage can of the body. It rids you of toxins such as dead and cancerous cells, nitrogenous wastes, fat, infectious viruses, heavy metals, and other assorted junk cast off by the cells. The movement performed in rebounding provides the stimulus for a free-flowing system that drains away these potential poisons. Unlike the arterial system, the lymphatic system does not have its own pump. It has no heart muscle to move the fluid around through its lymph vessels. There are just three ways to activate the flow of lymph away from the tissues it serves and back into the main pulmonary circulation. Lymphatic flow requires muscular contraction from exercise and movement, gravitational pressure, and internal massage to the valves of lymph ducts. Rebounding supplies all three methods of removing waste products from the cells and from the body. Then arterial blood enters the capillaries in order to furnish the cells with fresh tissue fluid containing food and oxygen. The bouncing motion effectively moves and recycles the lymph and the entire blood supply through the circulatory system many times during the course of the rebounding session. Rebounding is a lymphatic exercise. As stated earlier, it has the same effect on your body as jumping rope, but without any jarring effect to the ankles, knees, and lower back that comes from hitting the ground. Better than rope jumping, however, the lymphatic channels get put under hydraulic pressure to move fluids containing waste products of metabolism around and out of the body through the left subclavian vein.
 
Rebounding's Stabilizing Effect on the Nervous System 
Bouncing on a rebounder is an excellent method of reducing stress. It can put the bouncing person into a trance like state and totally relax him or her. Jumping for health and fitness not only stabilizes the nervous system during the exercise period, but continues to help maintain equilibrium after one steps off the device. The result is increased resistance to environmental, physical, emotional, and mental stress. It may possibly help an individual to avoid psychosomatic disease and mental or behavioral instability.
Rebounding may be enjoyed for a lifetime and adjusted to your own particular level of fitness. It is safe, convenient and inexpensive, and its protective effects against degenerative diseases make it one of the most effective forms of motion in the work place, in recreational pursuits, or in simply exercising for the care of your body and mind. 
 
The Physical Muscular Effect of Rebounding
James White, Ph.D., director of research and rehabilitation in the physical education department at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD), has explained how jumping for health offers a true physical strengthening effect to the muscles. He said, "Rebounding allows the muscles to go through the full range of motion at equal force. It helps people learn to shift their weight properly and to be aware of body positions and balance." An advocate of rebounding for athletic conditioning, Dr. White uses the rebounder in his rehabilitation program at UCSD. "When you jump, jog, and twist on this (jumping) device you can exercise for hours without getting tired. It's great practice for skiing, it improves your tennis stroke, and it's a good way to burn off calories and lose weight," said Dr. White. "My students tell me it's so much fun that they often exercise on the rebounders for their own enjoyment." Dr. White added that jumping for health is more effective for fitness and weight loss than cycling, running or jogging, and it has the added advantage of producing fewer injuries. As illustrated and explained in my book, Jumping for Health, there are 33 different exercises that may be performed advantageously on the rebounding device. 
The gentle bounce of rebounding is effective in returning natural, regular bowel movements to chronically constipated persons. The steady bounce sets up a pulsating rhythm transmitted by the nervous system to the brain area responsible for regulating the intestinal system, which reestablishes one's rhythmical bowel activity. Digestion is improved as well. 
 
"All Rebounders Are NOT Created Equal"
Depending on the quality, some rebounding devices may be relatively low in cost, and unfortunately, low in quality. Bouncing on such poorly-constructed models may actually be harmful to one's muscles, joints, and nerves. There's no yield to them and the abrupt jarring effect is the same as landing on the floor. Don't let price influence your rebounder purchase. Do your homework. We think you will see that a quality rebounder from NEEDAK just makes sense.
 
Is It Made of the "Right Stuff"?
Most important for excellent rebounding is the mat material. It should give no stretch during the downward landing, while at the same time providing a resilient rebound. Such a mat will be made from Permatron® material, which has a smooth finish. The Permatron® is resistant to ultraviolet rays, doesn't break down as do other fabrics, and allows no moisture absorption. Part of the specifications for a perfect rebounder is that its mat will be sewn together using at least 5760 stitches of high-grade nylon thread with two layers of strong polypropylene webbing stitched around the mat's edges. Attached to a heavy-grade, all steel round frame should be an oversize spring mechanism holding four-inch-long, custom-made jumbo springs which deliver a soft bounce. Thirty-six springs made of quality wire will hold the mat to the frame. The springs should be shielded by a protective cover. Individual spring mounting pins prevent frame wear. Tapered coils help to give extended wearability to such springs. (Untapered coils allow low-quality springs to break frequently, requiring replacement.) Replacement springs must be available directly from the manufacturer since retail distributors seldom stock spare springs.
 
For Seniors
Yes, you too can enjoy the healthful benefits of rebounding. Join in the fun by adding the NEEDAK® Stablilizing Bar to your NEEDAK® rebounder. This unique devise adjust to three different height levels - one bar fits all. Simply hold the bar as you bounce. Now you have the confidence and security you want.



Needak® rebounders may be obtained with a stabilizing bar attached for a greater sense of security, for those who feel unsteady on their feet. Also, for those who cannot stand, rebounding can also be done while sitting on the rebounder.

Adjustable stabilizing bar height from 30" up to 40" from top of jumping surface. Rebounder stands 10" off the ground. Stabilizing bar includes free tote pouch!


 
How to close a Needak Rebounder:
 

Pull the spring cover back away from the hinges.

Fasten Velcro straps to hold spring cover away from hinge.
Turn the rebounder upside down and lay flat.  Pull each leg up and over its platform pin and lay it down towards the center
of the mat.
Note:  Extend the leg spring only enough to allow it to slip up and over the platform pin.
Determine the bottom half of the frame by locating the side that has the larger/outer hinges.

There are 2 accepted methods to close the frame.  The traditional method requires more upper body strength and is easier for people with a short torso length.  The Alternate method requires a couch or other piece of heavy furniture to complete.

"Traditional" and "Alternate" closing methods are found below.

Traditional closing method:

Position your knees and hands on the frame as demonstrated.

Note:  The rebounder is held in the open position by the stout tension of the springs.  To close, you will need to overcome the tension of the springs.  Once you have overcome the tension, the rebounder will have the tendency to snap closed.  Make sure you grasp the frame firmly and pull slowly to maintain control while closing.  Also, keep your head clear of the frame movement.

With your right hand, firmly grasp the center of the "top half" of the frame and pull upwards and toward the "bottom half."
Having completed the steps above and determined the "top half" and "bottom half" of the hinge (see above), firmly grasp the "bottom half" at the midpoint of the frame with both hands.  Slide the "top half" of the frame under a couch or other low and heavy piece of furniture.  The frame and at least 1 leg will contact the furniture in this maneuver and may scratch the finish or fabric.  It may be advisable to place a towel between the rebounder and the furniture.

Note:  The rebounder is held in the open position by the stout tension of the springs.  To close, you will need to overcome the tension of the springs.  Once you have overcome the tension, the rebounder will have the tendency to snap closed.  Make sure you grasp the frame firmly and pull slowly to maintain control while closing.  Also, keep your head clear of the frame movement.

Raise the "bottom half" of the frame slowly until the spring tension is overcome.  Slide the rebounder out from under the furniture and complete the close.

How to open a Needak Rebounder:
 

Lay the rebounder on the floor in it's still folded position.  Have the larger outside hinges touching the floor. 

Firmly grasp both halves of the frame at the midpoint of each half circle.  Please keep all fingers away from hinge area when opening the rebounder.

Using steady pressure, with hands open and fingers extended, use the palm of the hands to push top side of frame down and open.

Note:  The mat springs may cause the rebounder to "snap open."

With the rebounder now open and still upside down, lift each leg into a perpendicular position (up and over it's platform pin). 
Make sure the spring cover and bungee cord are free from the leg tube so the leg seats properly. 
 Turn the rebounder right side up, release the "Velcro holding straps" on the spring cover. 
Pull that portion of the spring cover evenly over the hinge area. 
Exercise Trampoline/Rebounder Care Tips
Occasionally lubricate the metal on metal contact points on the springs (clevis pins and mat cleats).  We suggest a grease such as vaseline, duralube, or other silicone grease.  Liquid oil will run off the springs and fall to the floor.

Should a mat spring break, it should be replaced as quickly as possible.  Use of a rebounder that has more than 1 broken spring puts uneven pressure on the remaining springs and they may be damaged.

We recommend occasional replacement of the entire set of mat springs.  The structure of any spring changes over it's useful life and eventually lose its resiliency.

The spring cover is designed to protect your toes from becoming entangled in the springs.  It is not a jumping surface.  Avoid bouncing directly on the spring cover.

The stabilizing bar is designed to assist you with rebounding by aiding in maintaining your balance.  Do not hang on the bar or allow  children to use it as jungle gym.  This may damage the legs or attachment points on the frame and will void the warranty.

The Permatron® Mat on your rebounder is built to take years of use.  Shoes are acceptable for rebounding.  We suggest that you use caution  when rebounding while wearing only socks, other hosiery, or bare feet.  The material of some socks/hosiery  tend to be slippery against the Permatron® material; bare feet may or may not grip solidly either.  You will need to experiment for your individual situation.

The rebounder is not designed for performing tricks.  Do not jump from the floor to the mat surface. 
 
 

DISCLAIMER:
None of the information presented on this site should be considered for the purposes of diagnosis or treatment of any health-related condition or concern, nor should it be perceived as individual medical advice or as a substitute for medical care. If you think you have a medical problem, please consult your physician.
 


Soft Bounce Folding Model
1 box 41x21x4.5" 33 lbs. 
 

FREE with the Folding Rebounder ONLY:

1. Free carrying bag (matching color)....$40.00 value.
2. Free book "Rebounding To Better Health" by Linda Brooks...$6.00 value.
3. Free video "Immune System" by Albert Carter...$20.00 value.
4. Free article, "Total Health For Longevity"...by Dr. Tina Wellman...$1.00 value.

This rebounder has been mentioned in the following magazines: New York Magazine, New York Times, Health & Fitness Source, Women's Sports & Fitness, Fittness, Fit-Buzz, Fit and by best selling author Kevin Trudeau.

SPECIFICATIONS:
40 inch diameter frame.
10" high off the floor.
Six (6) 1 inch diameter legs which are attached to the frame with a heavy duty spring.
36 Springs connecting on one end to 36 Clevis Pins that pass through the frame and at the other end connect to 18 metal cleat that are sewn into the jump mat.

The Needak® Soft-Bounce™ rebounder utilizes a 4.25 inch (hook to hook) barrel spring with coils that taper from the center to the outside. The center coils are approximately 1-1/8 inch in diameter and the coil near the spring hook is approximately 7/8 inch in diameter. The legs of this rebounder are 9 inches long. The jumping mat area is approximately 28.5" inches in diameter.

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Soft Bounce Non-Folding model only.
1 box 41x21x4.5" 33 lbs.

SPECIFICATIONS:
40 inch diameter frame.
10" high off the floor.
Six (6) 1 inch diameter legs which are attached to the frame with a heavy duty spring.
36 Springs connecting on one end to 36 Clevis Pins that pass through the frame and at the other end connect to 18 metal cleat that are sewn into the jump mat.

The Needak® Soft-Bounce™ rebounder utilizes a 4.25 inch (hook to hook) barrel spring with coils that taper from the center to the outside. The center coils are approximately 1-1/8 inch in diameter and the coil near the spring hook is approximately 7/8 inch in diameter. The legs of this rebounder are 9 inches long. The jumping mat area is approximately 28.5" inches in diameter.

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