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Rebound therapy: The zero-gravity exercise that gets children screaming ‘more’ – BBC News

Trampolines can be fun, but for those with physical and learning difficulties they can also offer a gravity-free way to exercise.

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Trampolines can be a fun way to blow off steam. But for those with physical and learning difficulties they can also offer a gravity-free way to exercise and improve communication skills, as Daniel Hall explores.
The ambient lighting changes from green to purple and music plays as children bounce up and down. They scream with delight and smile as a parachute is lowered over their heads.
This is the Rob Armstrong Rebound Therapy Centre at Hadrian School in Newcastle upon…

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