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How can I best reach you?

You’ll find a little “Help” bubble on the lower left side of your screen; just give it a “click” to get in touch with one of our helpful customer service agents.

What does it cost to become a member of bellicon Home?

All new bellicon owners receive a free 60 day bellicon Home Premium membership with their purchase. To renew a Premium membership or to upgrade to Premium from a Regular membership costs $7.99 per month (billed monthly), $41.94 for 6 months or $59.88 for a full year’s membership for bellicon owners. Users that did not purchase a bellicon mini trampoline pay $9.99 for a month, $53.94 for 6 months or $83.88 for the full year. Go to our Pricing Page for more information.

How can I get certified to become a bellicon Academy trainer?

You asked, we listened! We are excited to announce that the bellicon Basic Training Course is now available online! This course was designed for anyone interested in using the bellicon for either personal or professional training and serves as a prerequisite to our live courses.

The bellicon Basic online course is designed to be completed in the comfort of your home or studio environment. This course provides a foundation and introduction to the history of bellicon, how to use and care for equipment, the benefits of rebounding, safety, anatomy and posture, exercises (with progressions and regressions), how to structure a class, working with music, and marketing and communication. The course is a prerequisite to all of our live courses including bellicon Move, Bounce, and Circle.

Included in the course:

- bellicon Basic theory manual (digital download)
- bellicon Basic exercise manual (digital download)
- free 60 day access to over 200 workout videos, many workout plans and movement exercises

Please note:

Upon purchasing, please allow 1-2 business days for your course access to be emailed to you. If you have any questions, please call us toll-free at 1-888-988-5661 or email us at

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How can I become a bellicon Home trainer?

We are always looking for experienced, enthusiastic, exceptional people who would excel as bellicon Home trainers. If this describes you, and you’d like to learn more about becoming a trainer, you can contact us at

How often should I work out?

In 2008, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HSS) published “Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans,” which offers a great deal of information about the amount of exercise people should get to maintain their fitness and health. Because of the wide range of credible resources used in developing the publication, and the volume of research behind it, the “Physical Activity Guidelines” is currently considered the definitive work on the subject. If you’d like to explore it, it’s available online at the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion website:

In general, their main recommendations for how much exercise an adult should get is the following:

  • All adults should avoid inactivity. Some physical activity is better than none, and adults who participate in any amount of physical activity gain some health benefits.
  • For substantial health benefits, adults should do at least 150 minutes (2 hours and 30 minutes) a week of moderate-intensity, or 75 minutes (1 hour and 15 minutes) a week of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity, or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous intensity aerobic activity. Aerobic activity should be performed in episodes of at least 10 minutes, and preferably, it should be spread throughout the week.
  • For additional and more extensive health benefits, adults should increase their aerobic physical activity to 300 minutes (5 hours) a week of moderate intensity, or 150 minutes a week of vigorous intensity aerobic physical activity, or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity activity.

You can view their complete list of recommendations for adults, children and seniors here:

The bellicon Home program integrates very well with the HSS guidelines because it clearly defines both the time and the intensity level of the exercise accomplished, making it easy to track the progress of weekly goals. It’s also a very convenient form of exercise, which not only makes it easier to maintain a regular workout schedule but also makes it easier to include short, 10 minute workouts (as mentioned in the HSS guidelines) throughout the day that can contribute a lot to achieving weekly goals.

Of course, the amount of exercise that’s right for you will depend on factors like your current fitness level and any additional health issues you may have, but, in general, the HSS “Guidelines” provide an excellent framework for setting fitness goals.

Do you offer a trial period?

Yes. We offer a 14-day trial period. When the trial period expires, visitors are offered the opportunity to become a full member at our normal subscription rates. Go to our Pricing Page for more information.

What trampolines are the trainers using in the videos?

All of our workout videos were performed using the bellicon® mini-trampoline.

The bellicon is a high-quality mini-trampoline with a suspension system that uses specially designed bungee cords in place of springs, which is what most most mini-trampolines use. The bungees produce a very deep, low-impact bounce cycle, adding to the overall benefits of the exercise while minimizing adverse effects like stress on joints, vertebrae and ligaments. The bellicon bounce cycle is further improved through customization: they offer bungee cords in five levels of resistance strengths to accommodate users of different weights. Because of the exceptional quality of its materials, design and performance, the bellicon is our rebounder of choice.

The model size of the bellicons used in the workout videos was generally 44" or 49”, though the frame styles varied between the “Classic” version, which has a black frame, and the “Premium” version, which has a stainless steel frame. Many color combinations of mats and bungee cords were used, most trainers chose bellicon’s “Strong” bungee strength.

How were the bellicon Home “Intensity Levels” and “Calories Burned” determined?

The number of calories burned during any kind of workout depends on several factors, including the types and intensities of the exercises performed as well as physical characteristics of the individual. Just as it is with running, swimming, calisthenics and other forms of aerobic exercise, a workout’s intensity and duration are the two most important elements in determining how many calories are consumed.

Each bellicon Home workout has an “Intensity Level” number associated with it, ranked from 1-10, which is our estimation of how challenging it is. Since bellicon Home workouts often combine several diverse types of exercises, these estimations are approximate.

This list can help you to compare the Intensity Levels used with bellicon Home workouts to other forms of physical activity. Because the the same exercise can effect people differently, consider this a rough, rather than exact, overview. The calorie numbers used in this list are based on someone of moderate height who weighs around 140 pounds.

Intensity Level Comparisons

Level 1: Dusting and polishing furniture ~ 2.5 calories/minute.
Level 2: Walking 2.5 miles/hour ~ 3.9 calories/minute.
Level 3: Stretching ~ 4.2 calories/minute.
Level 4: Sit-ups / crunches - moderate ~ 4.8 calories/minute.
Level 5: Ashtanga yoga ~ 5.5 calories/minute.
Level 6: Low impact aerobics ~ 6.4 calories/minute.
Level 7: Jogging ~ 7.4 calories/minute.
Level 8: Running 5 mph ~ 9.0 calories/minute.
Level 9: Running 8 mph ~ 14.3calories/minute.
Level 10: Running 10 mph ~ 19.0 calories/minute.

Calories burned by simply bouncing:

Another way to get a rough estimate of the calories burned while bouncing on a mini-trampoline is by using a person’s perceived level of exertion as a guide. The chart bellow uses three different intensity levels of exercise and the weight of the person exercising to estimate the calories being burned per minute.

The definition of the three intensity levels is as follows:

Health Bounce: Gently bouncing where you feet never leave the mat. Breathing and heart rates are increased, but only mildly.
Moderate Intensity: A more challenging level of exercise. Though there is a significant amount of physical exertion, the person performing it would still be able to carry on a conversation.
Very Intense: No conversation is possible during Very Intense exercise and even a very healthy, fit person needs to push themselves to continue. This is not an ideal intensity level for most people other than athletes and people in exceptional physical shape.

I am a bellicon customer, do I get a free 60 day membership to the online fitness program?

Yes, you are! Please just send us a note - click on the little orange Help bubble at the lower left and send your email address and your bellicon order number, so we can sign you up.

My husband wants to have his separate bellicon Home account. Do you have a "family account"?

No, we currently don't have a "family account" membership - BUT we offer it to you and grant it manually if the first account holder has a yearly paid membership. We want to support any activity to work out together as a family! Please just send us the email address of your husband's (or wife's) account so we can grant the extra membership year for free. If you are still in the 60 day trial period, we also grant the 60 days to your husband (or wife).

What does PCFBR stand for?

PCFBR is an acronym we use to represent the five major fitness areas that bellicon workouts address: Power, Cardio, Flexibility, Balance and Relaxation.

Our online fitness program uses PCFBR on every workout video page: we include a PCFBR graph in the lower right corner of the initial video image with the title “Workout Breakdown.” The PCFBR graph provides a quick overview of the workout, showing the degree to which the workout addresses each of the PCFBR areas. These PCFBR charts can be helpful when customizing your workouts or when you wish to focus on particular fitness areas. You can view an example of the PCFBR chart on the “Relaxation Time” video page:

Here’s a brief description of the PCFBR categories:

- Power: overall muscular engagement the increases strength and tone.
- Cardio: increases metabolic rate, burns calories, builds endurance and strengthens the heart and lungs.
- Flexibility: increases range of motion and loosens muscles, tendons and joints.
- Balance: improves coordination, stability, posture and the body’s spacial awareness.
- Relaxation: for warming up, cooling down, relaxing muscles and tendons and reducing strain on the heart.

Why are several different colors used for the video workouts and workout plans?

We use colors to indicate the main fitness area that a workout video or fitness plan is addressing.

Though most workouts will address many, or all, of the main fitness areas, workouts and fitness plans often have an area of particular focus, which will be indicated by a color that corresponds to one of the five PCFBR fitness categories. (For a detailed description of the PCFBR categories, and how they are used, go to the FAQ for “PCFBR".)

Here’s a list of the fitness areas and the colors used to indicate them:

Power: red
Cardio: blue
Flexibility: green
Balance: yellow
Relaxation: pink

For an example, you can go to the page for the “Relaxation Time” workout ( The main image appears pink because the workout primarily focuses on the “Relaxation” area of fitness. This color coding is also used on the “Search Videos” and “Pick a Plan” pages to make the selection process easier.

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