This quarantine period has been such a perfect break from the rat-race that I was living. I was going to parties, eating extravagantly at delicious restaurants and drinking a lot of alcohol. I let the entertainment industry get the best of me…and it showed on my body, face and stomach.

6 months ago, I started intermittent fasting and then I quit alcohol about 3 months ago. I cut processed foods from my diet and started experimenting with long term fasts.

I did 40 hour fasts and even an 85 hour fast. I wanted to see how far I could push my body. When you fast, your body reaches a state of autophagy which means that body eats the dead cells and fat from itself.

This past month I’ve been doing intermittent fasting every day which means no food and water for 20 to 23 hours a day. Please do not try this unless you consult a doctor. 


I’ve tried so many different exercises and one of my favorites was jumping on the trampoline. I got a trampoline from Jump Sport Fitness and I used it to start my day just to wake me up. It’s a small portable trampoline that is incredibly durable. I keep it by my bed and when I wake up, I turn the music on, and jump on it for 5 to 10 minutes.

It really wakes me up and gets my day going, I get a surge of energy every time that I bounced and it really gets my blood going. I learned that we have 5 gallons of lymph is our body. Lymph is a colorless fluid containing white blood cells, which bathes the tissues and drains through the lymphatic system into the bloodstream.


The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins, waste and other unwanted materials. The primary function of the lymphatic system is to transport lymph, a fluid containing infection-fighting white blood cells, throughout the body.

The lymphatic system primarily consists of lymphatic vessels, which are similar to the veins and capillaries of the circulatory system. The vessels are connected to lymph nodes, where the lymph is filtered. The tonsils, adenoids, spleen and thymus are all part of the lymphatic system.

Jumping on the trampoline circulates and drains the lymph so that it can get rid of the toxins in my body. After that I’m able to start my day fresh in a fasted clean state. These short 5 to 10 minutes raise my metabolism, boost my energy, release endorphins and put me in a fantastic mood.

Exercise doesn’t have to be boring. When I’m jumping around on the Jump Sport, I’m having fun, bouncing to the beat. I actually felt like a kid again. When I was little, my parents bought us a big 12 foot diameter trampoline. It was some of the best exercise and we learned how to do backflips and forward flips. We would bounce on that thing for hours.


While this isn’t a 12 foot trampoline, it really reminded me of my childhood and being a kid. A lot of times, we get caught up with “behind an adult.”  It’s fun to be responsible and everything but there is nothing like the sense of freedom and bouncing on the Jump Sport definitely gives you that freedom!

There are many workouts you can do with Jump Sport. Personally, I just like doing free flowing bouncing to the music. I sway my hands back and forth. I’m basically dancing to the music. If you prefer a more structured workout, you can do aerobic exercises like the ones below.

There are so many health benefits of bouncing on the trampoline. It helps with balance, connecting both sides of your brain and getting your whole body moving. If you are new to fitness or even if you have been working out for years, I would high suggest that you incorporate a trampoline into your workout.

For more information, checkout Jump Sport Fitness.

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