Trampolining engages and targets the thighs, quads, calves, and buttocks. The jumping action ‘switches on’ the leg muscles including the feet and ankles. It also provides a safer alternative to traditional leg workouts as there’s less stress on the knee and hip joints. Leg muscles engaged by trampolining Jumping on a trampoline is a full-body workout. But it’s particularly good for the legs. They are the driving force behind performing the jump and landing. Because your legs are being ..