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How long do the springs last on a trampoline?

The lifespan of your trampoline springs depends on how often you bounce on it. But you can do the following to help them last longer:
  • Don't overload ie let too many jump at one time
  • Try and jump in the center of the trampoline
  • Avoid landing on the springs
  • Try and buy a trampoline with good quality springs to start with.

Aug 20, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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I want to buy a trampoline. How do I know which one to use?

It's hard to pick a trampoline especially if you have kids of all ages and adults that also want to use it. I watched this great YouTube video that reviews the different s, bounce and safety issues such as how far they are from the ground.

Aug 20, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Do safety nets on trampolines stop children from getting hurt?

A core part of gymnastics involves being able to both understand how the ... Safety nets prevent users from bouncing off the trampoline surface and onto ... In powerful wind storms, trampolines with safety nets can be tossed around ... The majority of the injured are children jumping on trampolines in the home environment

Aug 20, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Do I need a cover for my trampoline?

Trampoline covers are a really good investment. They protect from weather damage, frost, falling leaves etc if you use a trampoline cover you are less likely to have to replace the bouncing bed or padding on your trampoline, and they can get really expensive.

Aug 20, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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What is the difference between a circular and rectangular trampoline?

Circular trampolines are usually the best option for families as they give a good but safe bounce and can hold multiple users. You can get them in a range of s and generally they are cheaper than rectangular ones which have a higher performance bounce effect which is needed for trampoline tricks etc.

Aug 20, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Aside from what they are made from, how are soft gel medicine balls different from other medicine balls?

Soft gel filled medicine balls neither float nor bounce. This makes them the perfect tool to use while working out on any type of surface where you wouldn't want the ball bouncing back (such as on a trampoline).

Aug 05, 2012 | Exercise & Fitness

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I have mastered the art of bouncing and stopping on my trampoline and really want to learn some basic tricks. Can someone recommend a good place to start?

The most basic tricks to learn as a beginner are tuck, pike and straddle jumps. I think you would benefit from reading about them from the following site,

and if that doesn't help, I have also found you a series of videos that will tutor you through some of these tricks,

Jul 30, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Does the shape of the trampoline really make a difference or is it simply personal preference?

The shape is not all about aesthetics. Think of stability. A round shaped trampoline is by far the most stable shape available. Round trampolines distribute the weight of jumpers more evenly resulting in less occurrences of tipping. On a circular trampoline the distance between springs are spaced evenly around the perimeter; whereas on a rectangular shaped trampoline where the spacing varies, jumpers will bounce faster and higher in the corners then in the middle of the mat. Round trampolines distribute the weight of jumpers more evenly resulting in less occurrences of tipping.

Jul 30, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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I heard that jumping on a trampoline can provide adults with some health benefits. Is there any truth to this or is it a myth?

There is truth to what you heard. As you jump, your pulse rate increases, strengthening your heart. Jumping on a trampoline also helps the lymphatic system eliminate toxins by increasing the gravitational pull as you bounce up and down. When you are briefly suspended in the air, your body "pushes out" toxins, thus lowering cell pressure permitting the entry of nutrients and oxygen.

Jul 30, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Trampoline bungee broke and I need to buy a replacement.

Hi ajrother...
Amazon provides many products, so take a look there. This one can help you Upper Bounce Replacement Elastic Bungee Cords for Trampoline Jumping Mats... (If fits of course).
Also you can contact the seller if helps. Hope this was helpful. enjoy

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