THE BEST GYM WORKOUT AT HOME.
“It’s a great workout for Balance, Cardio & Strength”
The Sun Newspaper
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JUMPGA is endorsed by the Yoga Alliance Professionals
Inside jumpga’s Super-secret Studio
The Home Fitness Take-Away
THE STUDIO IS located on one of the least glamorous roads in Fulham SW6. By-invitation-only access an intimate workout space without a treadmill or the usual gym equipment. The only real evidence of its existence is the sweaty bodies posted on Instagram. Few small businesses can claim to have reached the world’s best spas. Used by world champion athletes and Captains of industry. Without any advertising: all by word of mouth.
Built by JUMPGA creator Wayne Lèal aka Mr. Super-Ager and his brother Paul in what was once a toy shop has two levels. It has a small kitchen at mezzanine-level where smoothies and juices are served. And a lower ground floor for working out, Wayne said it is not about the latest butt-sculpting workout for glutes of steel. Or being a Health club with royalty and A-list celebs are members. The distinction is the adopted Guru/Student yogic teaching approach that dates back thousands of years. To educate and provide a JUMPGA experience that can be easily replicated at home.
“JUMPGA Is Next-Level Fitness”
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“JUMPGA: why yoga on a rebounder isn’t as silly as it sounds (especially if you’re over 40)”
By Madelieine Howell Telegraph newspaper
“WHATEVER NEXT? You might well ask, rolling your eyes as you learn of a new fusion fitness fad from a breathless convert. But hear me out: the JUMPGA the new yoga and trampolining hybrid – might be the one for you.
There’s cardiovascular exercise, balance, strength-building and flexibility. Crucially, the elasticity of the rebounder (mini trampoline to you and I) also affords greater mobility – the ability to move freely, without pain or discomfort.
But could it really be the answer to walking up and down the stairs without a handrail to a ripe old age?
The first segment of the class is a cardiovascular blast in the form of jumping moves on the rebounder, with dumbbells in hand. To heighten the intensity, you have to sort of push downwards on your heels, rather than try to jump into the air.
There’s already an element of balance going on here, and at full throttle it’s enough to leave me gasping for air and working up a sweat. The yoga element is made all the more gloriously de-stressing, thanks to the intense cardio blitz that precedes it.
‘JUMPGA training at Home is brilliant because it is so convenient. Did you know that 20-minutes on a rebounder is the equivalent of jogging for an hour! I’ve spoken in the past about treating your body with respect, and the JUMPGA program does just that. Exercising shouldn’t just work up a sweat, they should be safe, go easy on the joints and enjoyable, JumpGa did all of those things.’
“back-friendly, low impact, high calorie burn”
Champney’s Wellness Director
CHAMPNEY’S (UK’s most iconic spa) Wellness Director, Louise Day says: “I see more fitness choices available than ever before. HIIT or resistance workouts? Calisthenics or spin? Wellness or mindfulness? Group fitness classes have evolved markedly in recent years, and this is reflected in the wide range of group classes we offer.
JUMPGA is a fantastic YOGA hybrid fitness programme and will give our guest something they can replicate at home. It’s demanding and fun, quite simply it is a total body training programme taking exercise to a new level: easily adapted to all ages and levels of fitness”.
THE PIONEERING BASIS of ‘SUPER-AGER Fitness’ is a strategy for Mind Fitness, Change, Confidence, and Discipline. And the encompassing of two interchangeable, back-friendly, low impact, high calorie burn programmes: SUPER-AGER Yoga (JUMPGA) and KUN-AQUA – non-swimming training (imagine Tai-Chi in the water)..’
FROM THE TIME you are born to around the time you turn 30, your muscles grow larger and stronger. Beyond your 30s, you will start to lose muscle mass and function. The cause is age-related sarcopenia as we get older, and less active.
Even if you are active, you’ll still have some muscle loss. Worst still is, that physically inactive people can lose as much as 3% to 5% of their muscle mass each decade after age 30.
Unless something is done to actively protect, build up and maintain that lean muscle mass, our bodies will require fewer calories. Your metabolism will slow, and the lost muscle mass will be replaced by fat. The primary treatment for sarcopenia is exercise, specifically resistance training to increase muscle strength, mass, and endurance.
‘The fun and effectiveness of JUMPGA at home is that there’s no sad trudge to the gym because the gym is now in your house. And giving the gift of fitness to the family will be the gift of better health (and a lot more sweat) that keeps on giving for them. JUMPGA is becoming very popular and everyone wants a rebounder in their home for good reason.’
Mark Adams Fitness Insider
THIS IS SUPER-AGER YOGA
Two disciplines: rebounding and yoga.
Using the rebounder as a prop during yoga sequences enables you to feel the benefits of the postures regardless of your level of flexibility, age or physical condition. It can help you access postures you might not otherwise be able to do. It will help modify the poses as you learn the fundamentals of yoga. Placing your hand on the rebounder in the Half Moon pose, for example, can help you to lengthen the spine and deepen the stretch. Similarly, lying on the rebounder can strengthen your lumbar spine in poses like Bridge.
JumpGa will prove to be the most powerful form of movement: a complete holistic cycle – from ecstatic jumping expression to the quiet meditative state of savasana. Physically, it produces molecular changes in muscle similar to going for a long run and lifting weights, thus it provides the same fitness benefits of prolonged endurance training but in much less time.
THE WORLD’S BEST AT HOME FITNESS PROGRAMME
Convenience is the key to fitness success. It’s almost too easy to come up with excuses to skip the gym.
Regular exercise is essential for physical health but knowing this is still not be enough motivation to get people moving. Researchers from the University of Georgia studied a group of home exercisers doing low- or moderate-intensity exercise three times per week for 6 weeks. At study completion, they reported a 20% increase in energy levels and a 65% decrease in feelings of fatigue (Flowers & O’Connor 2008).
Physically, JUMPGA produces molecular changes in muscle similar to going for a long run and lifting weights, thus it provides the same fitness benefits of prolonged endurance training but in much less time.