Rebounding became very popular in the 1970's and the large demand for rebounders was met by mass produced, poorly constructed exercise equipment from overseas. By the early 1980's all of the fitness equipment companies producing high quality rebounders were out of business.
Robert Sanders began selling rebounders in late 1985 and soon found that the rebounders available did not meet his standards. He found variability in quality and workmanship and he didn't feel good about representing second rate fitness equipment to his customers. But what was he to do? There were no longer any quality rebounders made in America.
Mr. Sanders knew rebounders, or mini-trampolines, were one of the most efficient and pleasurable forms of modern exercise available. He knew that rebounding was easy, affordable, portable, heart-healthy and best of all, a minimal impact exercise. He was convinced that this exercise equipment was critical to the health and fitness of an increasingly sedentary population. To solve the problem he faced, he determined he would build the best rebounder in the world.
The goal was simple; build quality, commercial-grade fitness equipment and combine that with the best customer service available. To that end, Needak® Manufacturing quickly became the #1 brand of quality rebounders on the market. Needak® Manufacturing has established itself as the leader in rebounder quality and innovation.
Needak Manufacturing is still located in O'Neill, Nebraska and continues to provide high-quality rebounders, superb educational materials, and exceptional customer service. Rebounding is an exercise that can reduce your body fat, firm your legs, thighs, abdomen, arms, and hips, increases your agility, improves your sense of balance, strengthens your muscles overall, provides an aerobic effect for your heart, rejuvenates your body when it's tired, and generally puts you in a state of health and fitness.
The O'Neill Office
November 25, 2010, after 20 years in a large warehouse, Needak split operations into 2 facilities. Production/Assembly now take place in a modern facility in Seward, Nebraska and Administration, Sales, and Customer Service are housed in a new building in O'Neill, Nebraska.