Which Rebounders Have an Adjustable Stability Bar?

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Which Rebounders Have an Adjustable Stability Bar?
Bounce yourself to fitness with a rebounder. (Brand X Pictures/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

Rebounders are mini-trampolines that allow you to get a vigorous, fun workout requiring little floor space. A NASA study on rebounding found it to be more efficient than running for building cardiovascular endurance while reducing impact on knees and ankles. A wide variety of rebounders are available for home use, some with adjustable stability bars. Stability bars allow users of rebounders to steady themselves and prevent falls.

Marcy 48" Rebounder with Stabilizer Bar

The Marcy Rebounder is an affordable option for a rebounder with adjustable stabiliser bar. The retail price is £48 as of June 2011. The Marcy rebounder features a 48-inch jumping surface, and is 9 inches high (excluding the stabilising bar). It assembles in 10 minutes and has a maximum user body weight of 113 Kilogram.


Cellerciser makes two models of rebounders that can be fitted with an adjustable stabiliser bar. The rebounders are available in home half-fold and professional tri-fold models. The home model has a 2-inch surface and is 10.5 inches high. The stabiliser bar is adjustable to three heights and is collapsible for storage. The Cellerciser is priced from £211 to £324; the stabiliser bar is sold separately and retails for £50.

Fitness Trampoline

The Fitness Trampoline is available in four models with prices ranging from £64 to £246. Each of the four models measures 42 inches and has a maximum user weight of 113 Kilogram. The stabiliser bar is sold separately for £51. The stabiliser bar is adjustable to six heights, ranging from 30 inches to 40 inches above the jumping surface.

Sunny Health and Fitness 40" Foldable Trampoline With Stabilizer Bar

The Sunny Health and Fitness 40-inch foldable trampoline comes with a bar adjustable to 40 inches, 45 inches or 50 inches. The trampoline folds into quarters for storage. The list price is £83.

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