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Trampoline park is a common amusement facility in children's indoor playgrounds, and playing trampoline is one of the most popular amusement programs for children. When children get together to play trampoline during holidays, they jump happily on the trampoline and compete with their buddies to see who can jump the highest.
How about making kids trampoline a gift for your child?
This passage is going to talk about the followings of trampoline for your kids:
(1) Is trampoline suitable for children?
(2) Safety tips for kids trampolines
(3) The trampoline is suitable for both young and old
Sports psychology research believes that trampoline sports are very much in line with the psychological characteristics of children's entertainment and sports, and persistent exercise will make children's leg muscle groups and cerebellar balance nervous system and brain nervous system more developed, and can achieve the purpose of growing taller.
Parents in the purchase of home children's trampoline, pay attention to its quality, size, collection and ease of use and elasticity and other factors. When children play trampoline indoors, keep the indoor air fresh and do not blow the cool air directly (with electric fans or air conditioners). The trampoline should be placed away from the windows (if you live in the upper floors of the building) and furniture, and keep a distance of more than half a meter from the wall, and do not let the child jump too high due to overexcitement when jumping.
Remember, children under the age of 6 should not use trampolines, even in supervised training programs. If your child is allowed to use the trampoline, please follow these important safety rules.
Use safety nets and pads. For kids trampolines, install a trampoline enclosure (a special net dedicated to surrounding the trampoline) and cover the trampoline frame, springs and surrounding landing surface with protective pads. Periodically inspect the equipment for tears, shedding and damage.
Place the home trampoline on the ground. Falling from higher surfaces increases the risk of injury. Make sure trampolines are kept a safe distance from trees and other hazards.
Limit trampoline activities. Do not allow children under the age of 6 to use the trampoline. Allow only one person to use the trampoline at a time. Do not perform flips or other potentially dangerous movements on the trampoline without supervision, instruction and proper use of protective equipment such as harnesses.
No unmanned jumps are allowed. If you use the trampoline ladder, always remove it after use to prevent unsupervised access by children.
Remember that trampolines are often injured despite adult supervision. Make sure adults are actively enforcing safety rules.
It's also important to check your trampoline regularly to make sure it's in good working order and that no safety recalls have been involved. Keep in mind that trampoline padding and enclosure nets may last longer than frames and mats and will need to be replaced over the life of the trampoline.
The kids are happy. Why don't you try trampolines too? Don't worry. All you need is a larger model of trampoline.
When you were a kid, you probably just liked bouncing on the trampoline. But as an adult, when was the last time you tried trampolining? Trampoline jumping or "bouncing" has been proven to have several key fitness benefits.
This enjoyable, low-impact exercise can help you lose weight, increase cellular vitality and, crucially, work a variety of muscle groups, including your core and abs, back, pelvic floor, thighs, legs and glutes.