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The Urban Rebounder

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  • Jump into Fitness
  • 40" Diameter
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Product Description


Want a fitness regimen you can look forward to? This fun cardio workout helps you sculpt lean, sexy muscles. Set up your Urban Rebounder in either a flat or elevated position — both positions help provide you with an effective workout — and move all your major muscles simultaneously. The best part is this low-impact conditioning is easy on your joints and muscles, so you can work out longer.


Included:

  • Urban Rebounder unit
  • 8 Legs
  • 2 Long front legs
  • 2 Short back legs
  • 14 Rubber crutch tips for legs
  • Stabilization bar
  • Elevated Urban Rebounder with Rebecca Kennedy workout DVD
  • Owner's Manual

Specs
Measurements:
Approx. 10"H x 40" Diameter (without stabilizing bar)
Weight:
Approx. 29 lbs.
Max. Weight Capacity:
Up to 300 lbs
Assembly:

Requires 1 person approx. 15 minute
Country of Origin:
Urban Rebounder made in China; DVD made in USA

  • 2 people recommended for folding and closing unit.
  • Children under age 12 should be supervised by an adult when using.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 28 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 28.4 pounds
  • ASIN: B008MQGD4Q
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #216,106 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

The trampoline seems sturdy and appears to be well made.
PMC
Because it's so low impact and a great workout, I've now switched to using the urban rebounder and subsequent URX-MT DVDs as my primary workout.
Joshua
I know I can go buy more Urban Rebounding videos, but after this I don't think I'll be buying anything else from them.
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142 of 147 people found the following review helpful By K. Walters on July 29, 2012
I am always amazed by reviewers - such as the previous reviewer - who feel compelled to write something under a product without actually having used it and without using their real name. I am a regular Amazon reviewer, and I take pride in the value of my reviews, and I have nothing but glowing positives to say about the Urban Rebounder. I am a marathoner, but after suffering from a meniscus injury earlier this year and undergoing surgery in late May, I have had difficulties getting back to pain-free running due to the high impact (my MRI also revealed that I had 2 types of tendonitis, so there is a lot going on in my little knee area!). I have tried multiple alternative workouts, but none provided me with the intensity I was used to and craved. Enter the Urban Rebounder. I purchased this item from Urbanrebounding.com (not Amazon), and along with the host of Urban Rebounding videos that I also purchased (including the URX-MT, 14-DVD program, which is incredible and as intense as it gets), I am no longer suffering from high-intensity exercise withdrawal! I love that the rebounder folds up for storage, but it is rather difficult to unfold yourself (you really need two people), so I keep it set up in my living room, and I find myself jumping on it just for fun while watching the Olympics - a few extra calories burned is a good thing! I do not have the money to get a treadmill (nor would my knee like it very much right now), but I can see how the Urban Rebounding company claims this is a treadmill replacement, because you can "run" on it impact-free while watching your favorite TV show or movie. I do not know how the product holds up over time (mine is relatively new), but it seems very sturdy and high-quality, and I am hoping to have it for a long time. 5, well-deserved stars for a great workout option to protect your joints and work your heart.
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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Joshua on December 12, 2012
I purchased the Urban Rebounder (and subsequent URX-MT DVDs) because I was looking for a great cardio workout to supliment my regular training. I'd injured my leg (2 shin splints and a stress fracture) from over-training for some 10-K races and wanted a low-impact cardio workout to help keep my cardiovascular system up. At first, I thought "How much of a cardio (or any workout for that matter) can I get from jumping on a trampoline? That's kid's stuff." Man, was I wrong. Before I get into the pros/cons, I'd like to say that my experience with the urban rebounder only comes from using the URX-MT DVDs and the urban rebounder at it's regular standing position. Even though I know it can go inclined, I've yet to use that option as the workouts have been sufficient enough. So onto the pros and cons:

Pros:

1. Great workout. I was relatively in shape and I'd like to think cordinated (worked out using RushFit/RIP:60 and/or ran 3-5 times a week as well having spent the last 16+ years in martial arts) but this system (or rather, the URX-MT DVDs) really challenged me. OK, some of the DVDs not so much but from the begining I could tell that I'd set my workout expectations rather low and was in for some sweat. Because it's so low impact and a great workout, I've now switched to using the urban rebounder and subsequent URX-MT DVDs as my primary workout. I can't say enough about the workout. It seems now adays the only thing I like more than a good rebounder workout is rock climbing but nothing can compare to that. If you get the rebounder, I'd definitely suggest buying the URX-MT DVDs. I will say however that if you're new to fitness and/or rebounding, you may want to start with the out-of-the-box cardio DVDs.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By PMC on September 25, 2012
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The product was timely received but with a few problems. The first thing I noticed after opening the box is the smell. My plan was to keep it in the bedroom but couldn't the first few nights due to the smell. The good news is that the smell does dissipate over time. Also, when unfolding the trampoline for the first time I noted that three of the springs were disconnected and had to be reattached. It required a vice grip and some tugging at them but I was able to get them reattached. At this point I started to screw on the legs only to find that two of the legs had not been machined properly and were too big such that they would not attach properly to the threaded posts. I called the manufacture's toll free number to report the problem. The customer service rep I spoke with was professional and promised that I would received replacement legs within a week. True to their word I had them within five days and they worked. Like anyone I obviously don't like having a problem with a product right out of the box, but when I do I like it when it is a "one and done" phone call to fix the problem. Since receipt of the replacement legs I have been using it daily. The trampoline seems sturdy and appears to be well made. The only thing I didn't care for is the stabilizing bar which was wobbly so I've decided not to use it. Bottom line for me is that this is the third trampoline I've owned and beats, hands down, the first two which I purchased from national sporting goods chain stores both of which fell apart after only a few months of use. I'm only 135 lbs so it is definitely not me. Finally, I was going to give it just three stars because of the initial problems I had but good customer service from the company earned it another star.
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