What is a trampoline?
A trampoline is a gymnastic and recreational device consisting of a piece of taut, strong fabric stretched over a steel frame using many coiled springs to provide a rebounding force which propels the jumper high into the air.
Does a kangoeroe on a trampoline jump higher than a kangoeroe on a trampoline which stands on a trampoline?
The 'bounce' of a trampoline is generated by the movement of the trampoline springs, situated around the frame of the trampoline and connected to the trampoline bed. The more trampoline springs that a trampoline has, the better bounce the trampoline will generate. The quality and effectiveness of a trampolines' bounce is also impacted by the amount of movement there is on the bed, more weight again generates more bounce.
Which is better a Band trampoline or a Spring trampoline We are getting on for our children for Christmas they are 4yrs old 5yrs old and 13yrs old Is one better than the other for younger children?
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.
Not necessarily, It depends on who owns the Trampoline or who is responsible for the trampoline based on the rental contract. A trampoline is considered an "Attractive Hazard". Generally, The owner of the Trampoline would be the liable party, unless the liability was transferred to the tenant by contract.
One can purchase trampoline accessories from a variety of retailers. Trampoline USA, Amazon, 1800 Trampoline, eBay, Trampoline Parts Center, Jump Sport among many others carry accessories of all kinds for trampolines. Alternatively, it might be smart to check with the manufacturer, or local trampoline or sports stores.
Definitely a dog. You can't go on walks with a trampoline, you can't cuddle with a trampoline, you can't talk to a trampoline(you can, but you'll look weird...), and you don't get attached to a trampoline. Sure, trampolines are fun, but they're nothing compared to a dog. I agree, but if I could, I'd get both, that way I could bounce on the trampoline with my dog.
A trampoline spotter is someone who watches a trampolinist while they are performing or practicing. Trampoline spotters are usually used in competitive trampolining, standing on each side of the trampoline that is not protected by a spotting deck. Trampoline spotters will watch the trampolinist perform, if the performance goes wrong and the trampolinist travels too close to the edge of the trampoline, the trampoline spotter will raise their arms to protect themselves and also to…
"um no" I actually disagree with that view point, as a trampoline manufacturer we do believe that the weather elements do and eventually will have an effect on your trampoline if left outside unconvered. We strongly recommend using a trampoline cover to not only prolong the life of your trampoline, but to kep safe as well. The trampoline must not be used while wet as the trampoline bed is manufactured using an oil based substance…
one game you can play by yourself is what I like to call "Bouncing Balls" this game can only be played on a trampoline with a net. What you do is get some balls (any balls) and place them in the middle of the trampoline. What you have to do is jump from one end of the trampoline to the other without getting hit. You can also have fun on a trampoline by learning tricks…
There is a 'best size' of trampoline, it's more the 'most suitable' trampoline as the effectiveness depends on the user. If you're an adult and you're looking to use a trampoline than you need at least a 14ft trampoline, but smaller children and toddlers are more suited to 8ft and 10ft trampolines. 12ft trampolines are ideal for teenagers although the larger sizes can also be used by younger bounces, preventing them from growing out of…
The pronouns that take the place of the singular noun 'trampoline' are it, its, itself. Examples: A trampoline would be a good addition to our equipment. It would easily fit into our space. (personal pronoun) We ordered the trampoline. Its price was more than expected. (possessive adjective) The trampoline itself used up the rest of our equipment budget. (reflexive pronoun)