Are you looking for a fun and effective way to stay active? Why not look towards the trampoline? This backyard staple isn’t just for kids anymore – adults can benefit from trampoline exercise too. Here are 28 ways that trampoline exercise benefits you as an adult (and a few things you should consider before you do choose to get bouncing to better health).
If you’re exhausted from pregnancy and ready to meet your little one, no doubt you’re looking for things that will kickstart the process. If you’re wondering “can jumping on a trampoline induce labor?”, you aren’t alone! It’s a popular question. There are a lot of questions about pregnancy and trampolines, actually. We’ll look at a bunch of them here today.
There are two main types of trampoline safety net enclosures, known as In Nets and Out Nets (or Inside and Outside Nets). Ultimately, both in-net and out-net trampoline enclosure options are safe and provide excellent protection for jumpers, so the decision ends up being based on individual preferences and needs. Today we are going to look at the pros and cons of each style in order to help you decide if you want an In Net or an Out Net for your family.
ORCC trampolines have grown in popularity over the last few years, and many people absolutely love them. They are touted as being quality backyard trampolines that come in at an attractive price point. But are ORCC trampolines any good? Our product review today will dig into this question, and we’ll find out together.
Trampolines are a popular outdoor activity that provide a fun and unique way to exercise, socialize, and enjoy the outdoors. However, one question that many trampoline owners often ask is whether or not they need to break in their new trampoline. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the idea behind breaking in a new trampoline, whether or not trampolines get bouncier as they age, and the roles of the mat and the springs in relation to what makes a trampoline bouncy.
Discovering bird poop on your trampoline is frustrating, and it means that you will need to get out the broom and hose, as well as some soap and a scrub brush. Getting the bird poop off your trampoline quickly keeps it sanitary and safe for your kids to bounce on. There are several ways you can prevent birds from selecting your trampoline as a hangout spot… why not give some of them a try?
When you discover black stains on your kids clothing that came from your trampoline mat, it means the mat is aging, cracking, and giving off tiny carbon/rubber shavings. The stains are removable, but you’ll need to get on them early, before they set in too deeply. To get trampoline black marks out of clothing, you’ll need patience and a really good laundry stain remover, plus high heat. Good luck!