Bouncing: It’s Not Just for Kids

Bouncy Ball: It’s Not Just For Kids?

The idea of bouncing is not just for kids. There are many other reasons why people like to bounce. Here are some of them:

1) To relax.

Bouncing allows one to do so because it helps one get rid of stress and anxiety.

2) To relieve boredom or boredom relief.

Bouncing allows one to have fun without any worries.

3) To exercise.

Bouncing is good for your health and helps you stay fit.

4) To escape from reality.

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If you want to escape from real life, then bouncing will help you out a lot!

5) To improve concentration or focus skills.

You may need to concentrate harder when bouncing around at home or work place, but it will definitely help you in doing so!

6) To socialize.

When you bounce around at home or work place, you can meet new people and make friends.

7) To learn new things.

Bouncing is great way to learn something new!

8) To have fun!

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Bouncing is a great way to have fun when your bored!

My Final Opinion On The Matter

With so many reasons to bounce, you should try it out sometime. All you need is energy and the willingness to keep on bouncing. Don’t worry about looking silly while doing it, no one can see you in your home or at work. You may want to wear protective gear that does not hinder your bouncing. Remind yourself that you want to bounce as high as you can and you will eventually reach your highest bounce.

Happy bouncing!

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Have you ever wanted to do something silly? Have you ever felt like throwing a temper tantrum?

Or maybe you just want to release your pent up energy. Well, nowadays, many people have an interest in bouncing. You may ask why and how this trend came into play. Well, read on and I will tell you why and how this all started.

The History of the Bouncing Craze:

Have you ever thought about how bouncing started?

Well, according to the internet, bouncing was a popular trend during the middle school years. Other sites say bouncing came about after a tragic event involving an African American man with the last name Jackson. However, this all started on 4chan. The goal was to bounce for as long as you can without stopping. Once you touch the ground, then you are out. The last person or team standing wins. This game was later named “Bouncey”, after the first few people who played it went by the screen names “bouncy1”, “bouncy2”, and so on. The game soon spread out to other websites and forums, then to other languages like Spanish, French, German, and even Japanese! It became really popular and it still is today. In fact, you can buy a bounce house for your backyard.

How To Play:

Before you start bouncing, make sure there are no hazards in your surroundings that can hurt you. For example, there should be nothing sharp close by like broken glass on the floor. Also, remove anything that can be knocked over like vases and other breakable items. If someone is in the house with you, make sure to get their permission before playing.

Sources & references used in this article:

Resilience-giving children the skills to bounce back by DK Hall, J Pearson, IN Reaching РVoices for Children, 2003 РCiteseer

Helping Children with Complex Needs Bounce Back: Resilient TherapyTM for Parents and Professionals by K Aumann, A Hart – 2009 – books.google.com

Bounce by M Syed – 2010 – img2.timg.co.il

Bouncing bubbles can pop: Contextual sensitivity in children’s metaphor comprehension by JE Waggoner, DS Palermo, SJ Kirsh¬†– Metaphor and Symbol, 1997 – Taylor & Francis