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Because your lymphatic system holds onto toxins really easily and doesn’t have a natural system to get rid of them, it’s reliant on an outside source to properly detox.

Craving a detox? Bari Studio has a workout for that.

The end of summer didn’t have many of us jumping for joy, but we decided to leap into fall with a new workout from Bari Studios.

Called “New York’s best hybrid workout” by New York Magazine, Bari Studio embraces back-to-school season as a blank slate — an opportunity to start fresh and clean out what’s no longer serving us. And step one is detoxing.

Their go-to way of getting out with the old is their signature bounce workout, which takes place on a personal trampoline and actually detoxes your body on a cellular level.

Bouncing, sometimes called ‘rebounding,’ has been around for awhile and got extra attention in the 1980s when NASA studied it as a way to regain bone and muscle mass after coming back to Earth. The up-and-down motion exercises the entire body without the excess pressure of the treadmill.

“How does it detox?” we asked. “Because your lymphatic system holds onto toxins really easily and doesn’t have a natural system to get rid of them, it’s reliant on an outside source to properly detox.” Enter: the trampoline, which flushes the toxins out of your lymphatic system via the up-and-down motion, gravity, and increased blood circulation. Through awakening the cells in the body, bouncing also improves digestion, immune function and energy levels. All while being pretty fun…

The result is an overall lighter and clearer physical feeling and those feel-good endorphins that keep you coming back for more. The whole jumping on a trampoline as your workout thing helps on the habit-building front, as well — because, you know, it’s back to school season and adults need play time, too.

Bari Studios is a no-muscle-left-behind workout studio featuring sensory cardio, trampoline, and muscle sculpting. In New York, they have locations in Flatiron and Tribeca.

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