‘Surprisingly, we can install our trampolines just about anywhere. Of course, a flat location normally means a straight forward ‘dig’. But we do enjoy a challenge.’
- Dave Mason (Mr. Trampoline)
Normal In Ground Trampoline Installation Sequen...
Budding young athletes are often pointed towards trampolining in the off-season.
We all know that trampolining is great fun and the enjoyment of a high performance bounce provides hours of entertainment, but trampolines also make great cross-training tools.
The cross training benefits are nume...
BounceBall is fun for the whole family.
It is great entertainment and easy to install or pack away. BounceBall brings another dimension to trampolining. Mr Trampoline BounceBall products are heavy duty and designed to last.
Hands and Knees 3/4 Somersault: Bounce to your knees with hands supporting on the mat, flip yourself in a forward somersault movement, with your feet rotating over your head, to land in either Back Drop or Seat Drop and then bouncing to your feet.
Seat Drop: Landing in a seated position with legs straight, toes pointed and with the hands supporting the body on the mat.
Seat Drop Twist: Perform a seat landing, bounce and swivel the hips to perform a half twist in the air and land another seat drop facing in the opposite direction.
Straight Jump: Hold the body straight and lift the arms above the body at the top of the jump. Bring them to your side when bouncing off the mat. Keep legs straight. Start with a medium bounce and gradually go higher.
Tuck Jump: Just like the straight jump except the knees are pulled up to the ch...