The bounce of a trampoline is impacted by the amount of trampoline springs and the size of the trampoline.
The more trampoline springs that are featured on a trampoline, the higher and better bounce the trampoline will produce. Larger trampolines produce better bounces because they are able to have more springs, providing more elasticity to the bed and generating a better bounce.
Jump on it! Jump on it! Jump on it! Jump on it!
You cannot make a tennis ball bouncier after it has lost its bounce. Once the ball has died, you must get a new one.
unscrew the springs (a little) and then the trampoline should make you go higher and bouncier
It doesn't. Yours is obviously broken.
Example: I like to jump on my trampoline.
swing your arms and jump
Make circles with your arms when you jump. or when you go down bend your knees when you go up streighten them. Keep in the same spot on the trampoline
The trampoline mat is the thing that you jump on while using a trampoline. This will have to be replaced when it is used a lot.
When you use a trampoline, you keep your legs mostly straight, and the energy of your landing is absorbed by the trampoline. When you jump on the ground, you bend your legs and they absorb the energy of your landing. If you jump down after using the trampoline, you may forget to bend your legs, and do yourself serious harm
It will jump on a trampoline or jump rope or swing a lasso.
I guess not, the trampoline on the trampoline doesnt have any grip on the ground so the kangaroo doesnt have a grip
See what or who can jump higher,an animal or a human. Your hypothesis: "I think a human will jump higher,"or,"I think the animal will jump higher,".You could also test it out if you have a trampoline and an animal that will possibly let you set it on a trampoline ;^).
You jump on it.
Your feet to jump