There are many health benefits a person will experience from using a rebounder. One of those benefits is improving your eyesight. That is very important because our vision is something we use every day. It can be scary as well as frustrating to see the quality if it diminish.
While there are some medical procedures out there to help improve eyesight they can be risky and expensive. Glasses and contacts are also costly as well as something you have to keep track of. Many people have found that rebounding actually improves there eyesight.
So the obvious question is exactly how does jumping on a rebounder improve your eyesight? Rebounding stimulates and exercises every cell in your body causing them to get stronger.
Not everyone realizes this but your eye is only able to focus by contracting tiny muscles attached to the lens, as these muscles contract they reshape the lens so that light is properly projected onto your retina.
Sometimes our eye muscles atrophy and become weak with age and our vision suffers. But the good news is this, by exercising your eyes many people notice a marked improvement in their ability to see clearly without the need for glasses.
There are specific exercises you can do while using your rebounder to help improve your eyesight. One such exercise is to focus on a particular object in the room while you are rebounding. Another exercise is to change your focus by looking at a distant object such a through a window and then shift your focus to something close by like the window its self repeat this twenty or thirty times while rebounding.
William Bates has a great book with lots more information on how to improve your vision without the need for glasses.
The Bates Method for Better Eyesight Without Glasses