I just had a visitor and she told me about her rebound exerciser trampoline and her routine. She referred me to a book called “Rebound Exercise for the Millennium” by Albert E. Carter. She says it is good for taking toxins out of the cells. Her trampoline is made by <some company>. Have you heard of this? Give me some feedback.
My first reaction when I read your question was: “Sounds unnecessarily risky to me”. Jumping on a (mini-)trampoline requires a well-developed sense of balance on an unstable surface. Even with good balance, accidents happen and a fall can result in a very serious injury. At best, “rebounding” (jumping on a mini-trampoline) is a mild aerobic exercise. Aerobics (raising your heart rate) is of limited value because what we need is joint mobility and functional strength – the very things CST programs like Intuitive Daily Double help develop.
I did some searching and was hard-pressed to find much in the way of reviews. Almost all the search results are promotional in nature. However, I did find this: https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/01/16/ask-well-is-rebounding-good-exercise/ which confirmed my initial reaction.
In my opinion, rebounding is a fad with some dubious claims by its inventor. Stick with the proven approach of building pain-free mobility and functional strength like Daily Double.