A person can burn between 400 and 500 calories by jumping on a trampoline for an hour, and this amount translates to less than a quarter of a pound, states Derek Nier for Fitzness.com. Additional factors, such as age, weight and metabolism determine exactly how much weight is lost on a trampoline.
Lose 1 pound in a given week by performing daily activities that expend an additional 500 calories, notes Health magazine. These daily activities can include running, biking and jumping on a trampoline. A person vigorously jumping on a trampoline for 60 minutes can expend 500 calories. Therefore, performing this activity every day for a full week can result in 1 pound of weight loss.
In addition to weight loss, jumping on a trampoline is known to offer noteworthy health benefits. These benefits include improved heart health, less damage to joints, stress reduction and vision revitalization, explains Danielle Clark for AZCentral. In the fitness industry, exercising on a trampoline is referred to as rebounding. A person looking to lose weight through consistent use of a trampoline should act with caution and have a spotter present or nearby. When jumping at an intense speed, surround the trampoline with a safety net.