Kids love to bounce; think about how much they're jumping on beds, couches, off furniture, and trampolines. Simply put, kids love the sensation of being "air-borne." And the best part is, KJs are extremely safe. So why not experience being in flight while preventing injuries?
KJs are so much fun your kiddos will forget they're even exercising! Not only are KJs a blast, but they help to improve coordination, balance, spatial awareness, learning faculty, rhythm & timing, and self esteem.
Californian schools and para-scholar organizations like Boys & Girls clubs (USA) have started using KJs in 2011 to help fight the plague of overweight and physically inactive children. KJs are so beneficial that they fall under the same benefits spoken about rebounding in the book "Jumping for Health" by Dr. Morton Walker. In his book he explains that rebounding helps correct learning disabilities, improves vision, coordination, concentration, spatial awareness , rhythm, and posture. KJs are so beneficial that they're currently being tested successfully in Denmark with autistic children.