I do a lot of rebounding along with some strength training exercises. I was wondering if the rebounding conversion to distance walked is in its own category or is it close enough to say aerobic exercises? Thanks!
Cache County Utah physical fitness
There is not a whole lot of information on how rebounding is equivalent to walking distance. One source (https://www.newschoolers.com/forum/thread/155523/Five-to-eight-minutes-on-a-trampoline-is-equivalent...) says that 5-8 minutes of rebounding is equivalent to running 1 mile, but I don't know where this source obtained the information so I do not know how accurate it is.
Another way to compare exercises is to use metabolic equivalents (MET - which expresses the energy cost of physical activities as a multiple of the resting metabolic rate). In this comparison, it appears that recreational rebounding (with a MET 3.5) is similar to brisk walking at 3 miles per hour (with a MET 3.3).