Whether for playful or athletic use, trampoline fun takes place in the garden! Used by children, teens, and adults, the trampoline lets you have fun while getting exercise at the same time... in a safe environment! The trampoline is without a doubt the outdoor leisure activity that offers one of the most secure safety enclosures.
The trampoline jumping mat is surrounded by a frame pad to prevent any user contact with the springs or metal frame. A safety enclosure surrounding the trampoline should be installed to prevent users from falling off the trampoline.
Trampolines may be used at no risk provided the installation and usage guidelines are closely followed and respected.
We recommend that our customers read the trampoline installation guide that is delivered with the trampoline to be well-informed on the installation, usage, and safety measures to enforce. One of the characteristics of trampolines, and especially our round and oval models, is that the jumper always lands in the center of the jumping mat, which is why we strongly recommend that no more then one jumper at a time be allowed on the trampoline.
Each of our trampolines is equipped with the finest-quality frame pad (up to 31 mm in thickness) that covers the frame and springs, with no gap between the pad and the jumping mat, so that the jumper is completely protected if he / she lands outside the jumping mat.
With regards to the quality that goes into the design and manufacturing of our trampolines, our products have been approved by the German Technical Inspection Association TUV/GS, and comply with French trampoline standards NF EN 71-14 (trampolines for family use), NF EN 13219 (trampolines for gymnastics), and NF EN 913 (safety standards), all of which testify to the high levels of safety our products provide our French and European customers.
Your France Trampoline equipment will last much longer than its warranty. We know this from our many years of experience as trampoline specialists.
Using a trampoline will show you just how versatile this fun activity can be. In fact, everyone can enjoy thrilling moments on a trampoline, whether you are experiencing your first jump or are performing complex figures. However, complex figures should only be carried out by experienced jumpers trained in specialized clubs, and monitored by licenced instructors.
The following section explains to you how to peform a few basic jumps which you can practice on your trampoline. Once you've mastered these jumps, then you will already have a good grasp of trampoline basics.
Trampoline safety starts with a good working knowledge of how to use one, and particularly knowing how to perform the basic jumps. This goes for jumpers of all ages. These jumps will allow you to safely and progressively become familiar with the trampoline, and experience the thrilling sensations a trampoline provides.
You will also find jumping videos on our different trampolines on our YouTube video channel.
The trampoline was invented by American gymnast George Nissen in 1936, and was initially made of a wooden frame with a canvas bed and rubber springs. Over time, trampoline mamterials evolved and international competitions sprang up: in 1964, the first world trampoline championships took place in London.
In 1999, the rise of the trampoline finally gained the recognition it deserved and the discipline officially became an Olympic sport. Since then, this sport has been largely dominated by Asian gymnasts.
The trampoline has since been practiced in gymnastics clubs, and in more playful and educative ways in beach clubs.
Today, thanks to a technique that makes it accessible to all, the trampoline has become a widespread leisure activity enjoyed the world over by tens of millions of jumpers and bouncers in the privacy of their own gardens.
The trampoline is a very technical Olympic discipline, but is also a home leisure activity that provides an undisputed number of benefits to all users.
Regular use of a trampoline offers a number of both physical and psychomotor benefits.
As far as children are concerned (from the age of 6 and under parental supervision), playing on the trampoline favours the development of psychomotor reflexes since the jumping mat is a mobile surface. The young jumper must take control of his / her body while in the air, and coordinate his / her movements to perform sequences of jumps, all of which are beneficial to the child's development.
Your child will become more confident and make progress while safely playing on your trampoline. And the bottom line is that your children will prefer bouncing around outdoors in fresh air rather than sitting in front of the television or playing video games.
As for adults, bouncing on a trampoline generates a feeling of well-being, and is recommended for the physical benefits it provides for both users wanting to stay in shape, and those involved in physiotherapy programs:
Getting regular trampoline exercise stimulates the cardio-vascular system, increases muscle tone, and oxygen intake. But the primary advantage of trampoline use for adults is its low impact on the body since the jumping mat absorbs shocks and so protects body joints and backbone vertabrae.
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