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BounceLimit is Asia’s first trampoline fitness studio, set in a 3000 square foot space in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, with 21 individual mini-trampolines, or “rebounders”. The studio offers 10+ different functional and bodyweight fitness classes on rebounders, including AirBounce, TRXBounce, CombatBounce, TabataBounce, BouncePilates, and more ensuring the body gets the best fitness results from a varied workout.

People with previous injuries, aches and pains that stop you from exercising – rebounding will shock absorb the impact up to 85%, enabling you to exercise with ease and pain free.

BounceLimit’s trainers are accredited and come from different backgrounds of fitness and health expertise to provide customized guidance towards clients’ fitness goals. In addition to rebounder classes, the studio offers one-on-one personal training, creating specific programs to suit individual needs either in weight loss, functional training, or rehabilitation for current aches and pains or previous injuries.

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Rebounder Facts & Benefits

BounceLimit Philosophy: “Preventions Is Better Than Cure”

Whether you are a fitness enthusiast or suffering from aches and pains, rebounding is for everyone. It is safe and gentle for the elderly as well as children with special needs. While stimulating the circulation of lymphatic fluid, rebounding contributes to an improved immune system. It rehabilitates injuries and weaker muscles that office workers and weekend warriors experience as a result of long working hours. As a form of exercise, rebounding is safer and more efficient. It engages the whole body by providing cellular exercise, while strengthening and cleansing your cells with each bounce on the rebounder.

BounceLimit strives to improve health, emotional well-being and quality of life on both an individual and communal level. We see the rebounder as a way to guide individuals of all fitness levels towards a healthier, more active lifestyle. We strongly believe in the importance of informing our clients about proper technique, helping them to understand their bodies better.

  • Balance
  • Tactile and kinesthetic awareness
  • Positive body image
  • Coordination
  • Spacial Awareness
  • Timing
  • Rhythm
  • Self-confidence
  • Attention span
  • Behaviour
  • Problem solving and positive learning skills
  • Visualisation/memory
  • Voluntary muscle action
  • Breathing habits
  • Endurance
  • Caloric burn
  • Lymphatic circulation
  • Burns more calories than other forms of exercise
  • Reduces shock and pressure on joints during exercise since the trampolines absorbs 85% of the shock
  • Avoids knee damage that other forms of exercise (e.g. running) would do
  • Enhances detoxification of the body by facilitating cell excretion and lymphatic flow – two minutes of rebounding helps clean the lymphatic system for one hour
  • Cuts down workout regime time with faster and improved results
  • Achieves different fitness goals such as, but not limited to weight loss, muscle toning and bulking
  • Enables injured people to  recover faster and back to better shape through rehabilitation rebounding exercises
  • Releases stress effectively, as stretching increases endorphin production
  • Increases respiratory capacity
  • Circulates more oxygen to tissues
  • Creates higher equilibrium between oxygen demand and supply
  • Greatly enhances muscular and valvular fluid exchange, lightening the heart’s workload
  • Tends to reduce levels of arterial blood pressure during exercise
  • Shortens recovery period after exercise
  • Increases red-cell production activity in the bone marrow, thus increasing oxygen-delivery capacity
  • Facilitates venous blood flow and lymph flow, improving waste removal from the body
  • Strengthens heart muscle and other muscles, causing them to work with greater efficiency
  • Stimulates metabolic activity
  • Promotes growth and tissue repair
  • Tones the endocrine system, especially the thyroid, to increase output
  • Stimulates the endocrine system to increase thyroid hormone production
  • Increases the body’s alkaline reserve for potential emergency output
  • Conserves physical strength and efficiency
  • Improves coordination through enhanced transmission of nerve impulses and muscle response
  • Boost muscular vigour and strength from increased muscle fiber tone
  • Provides relief from neck and back pains, headaches and pains resulting from poorly toned physiology
  • Facilitates digestion and elimination processes
  • Stimulates lymph flow for increased immunity and cold/allergy prevention
  • Improves sleep quality via muscle relaxation
  • ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)
  • Allergies
  • Alzheimer
  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Bladder problems
  • Bowel problems
  • Bursitis
  • Cancer
  • Candidiasis
  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
  • Cellulite
  • Cholesterol
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Depression
  • Diabetes
  • Edema
  • Eye problems (excluding retinal detachment)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Foot problems
  • Headaches
  • Heart problems
  • Hip and knee replacements
  • Hypoglycemia
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Insomnia
  • Kidney problems
  • Learning difficulties
  • Liver conditions
  • Leukemia
  • Lupus
  • Memory
  • Menopause
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Pain
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Post Polio Syndrome
  • Prolapsed organs
  • Prostate problems
  • Skin problems
  • Sports injuries
  • Stress
  • Stroke
  • Tendonitis
  • Vascular Disease
  • Vertigo
  • Varicose veins
  • Weight problems
Rebounding is a cellular exercise. It isn’t just about stimulating muscle fibres to increase muscular strength. Rebounding ensures that every cell in the body has the ability to adjust to external simulations. This includes bone, nerve, and connective tissue cells, as well as vital organs and hormone-producing organs in the endocrine system.

When you jump up on a trampoline, you experience a greater gravitational force, as you are accelerating vertically. When you come down, you decelerate, and your body feels the combined effects of deceleration and gravity. In that precise moment, it will seem like someone has turned on the Earth’s gravitational pull. The most elastic energy is present when the rebounder’s surface stretches to its lowest point, resulting from the force of your body landing on it. As you push down on the rebounder, all three forces come together on the same plane, and your body experiences a gravitational force three times greater than what is felt on Earth. Your cells can sense gravity, and would know how to adjust to changes in gravity. In fact, they get stronger, as our body doesn’t know the difference between the three forces, and responses to them as if they are each gravity.

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Single Class

  • Non-members
  • Valid for 1 month
  • $400
  • MEMBER PRICING
  • Valid for 1 month
  • $380

First Time Trial

  • 2 classes
  • Non-members
  • Valid for 1 month
  • $580
  • MEMBER PRICING
  • $N/A

Package of 5

  • Non-members
  • Valid for 4 weeks
  • $1,850
  • MEMBER PRICING
  • Valid for 5 weeks
  • $1,480

Package of 10

  • Non-members
  • Valid for 8 weeks
  • $3,550
  • MEMBER PRICING
  • Valid for 10 weeks
  • $2,840

Package of 20

  • Non-members
  • Valid for 12 weeks
  • $6,200
  • MEMBER PRICING
  • Valid for 20 weeks
  • $4,960

Package of 60

  • Non-members
  • Valid for 8 months
  • $15,000
  • MEMBER PRICING
  • Valid for 12 months
  • $12,000

1 Year Membership

$2,380
  • UP TO 30% OFF ON ALL GROUP CLASSES
  • FREE WORKSHOPS AND CLASSES
  • UP TO 10% OFF ON ALL RETAIL MERCHANDISE, INCLUDING SNACKS
  • A FREE ASSESSMENT
  • A FREE PAIR OF BL GRIPPY SOCKS
  • JOIN OUR MEMBERSHIP PRIVILEGES PROGRAM
  • RECEIVE DISCOUNTS FROM OUR PARTNERS (SEE PARTNERS TAB FOR FURTHER DETAILS)

BL Rebounders

CUSTOMISED STATE-OF-THE-ART MINI TRAMPOLINES/REBOUNDERS

BounceLimit’s rebounders are customised to meet the needs of our clients. Its hexagon shape provides a larger surface area for you to bounce on, providing extra stability. Our rebounders are user-friendly – we use bungee bands instead of springs, which can rust and scratch your ankles if you are not careful. We personally adjusted the bungee bands to fit our standards – our rebounders are firm enough so that you won’t roll around and twist your ankle, but soft enough for shock absorbency.

BUILT-IN DESIGN

Unlike sports trampolines with support legs, our rebounders are built into the floor. This provides maximum stability, as the rebounder won’t move under us as we bounce up and down on it. By using built-in rebounders, we are minimising the risk of injuries, and securing the safety of both our clients and instructors.

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CLOSE DISTANCE BETWEEN TRAMPOLINE HEIGHT AND THE FLOOR

By opting for built-in rebounders, the distance between the trampoline height and the floor is very small. This eliminates the need to step up and down from the trampoline, as you would do when using sports trampolines. This way, we are minimising joint impact, as stepping up and down can place additional stress on the knees.

A WORKOUT FOR THE FEET

Your foot muscles are actually the strongest muscles in your body, as it works everyday to support all your body weight as we complete day-to-day tasks. However, we don’t use all the muscles in our feet. Rebounding activates all the peripheral muscles in your foot by providing an unstable, ever-shifting surface to stand on, enabling a workout for the feet.

WORKS YOUR BODY IN ALL DIMENSIONS

Rebounding features three-dimensional movement patterns, allowing you to move more dynamically, and engaging your muscles and cells more.