Do you love etymology as much as I do? Discovering the origins of words is often quite illuminating, and sometimes it's simply another explanation of the definition. Take rebound, for instance. It comes from an Old French word, rebondir, meaning to bounce back up.
On the best days, one of my early activities in the day is to get on the rebounder for fifteen minutes. So many days, I wake up after good sleep on my lovely mattress, with my ergonomically correct pillow from the chiropractor and my softer than soft bamboo bedsheets . . . and my neck is stiff.
That rebounder shakes all the stiffness out. The first several minutes of jumping are uncomfortable, as the stiffness resists release.
As I rebondir, bounce back up, eventually my neck loosens up.
Try it for yourself. Even if your neck isn't stiff, the benefits of rebounding are many. From Wellness Mama, here is a list of benefits from rebounding: