The biggest worry of the 21st-century parent is having their child turn into a couch potato or disconnect from the world due to the digital era. This is the reason why finding an outdoor activity is essential so that your child doesn’t become addicted to technology. One of these outdoor activities is bouncing off from a trampoline. Trampolines do not have an age limit, and apart from that, it’s a great form of stress relief. Also, it’s a great form of exercise for children, improves children’s behavior, motor skills, and makes them happy.
For this article, we will take you through what you need to pay attention to, in addition to how to maximize security, we have the safest trampolines in the world.
View of our outdoor showroom
Our Tree Frogs sign can easily be spotted from I-10 going north or south. Just take the frontage road on the east side of the freeway.
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Your children will be able to try out our trampolines.
12 ft PowerBounce
12 ft VariableBounce
14ft Power DoubleBounce
Important information about trampoline safety
Do not ignore the risks.
It is not likely for a parent to turn a blind eye on safety, but it’s essential to emphasize it. However, that does not mean denying your children the opportunity. Therefore, know the risks associated with trampolines to find solutions such as having pads or enclosure nets installed.
Always do your research before purchasing anything. Trampolines have many features, from the height from the ground to the trampoline spring. All such features are vital for the safety of your child. The size of the trampoline matters as well. If its diameter is small, your children may collide into each other. Look into and weigh on the benefits of spring based and spring free trampoline.
Also, survey your space to find the best place to place it. Somewhere without roof edges, tree branches, and so on. These are important things that should guide your research.
Create a safe system of use
Another way to maximize the safe use of trampolines is to come up with rules. These rules are necessary and, especially to young, energetic children who will try anything. These rules are such as no backflips, no jumping without supervision, the maximum number of people on it in case of a community trampoline, etc.
Check the trampoline
Every once in a while, it’s good to inspect the condition of the trampoline. See if there are any holes or loose springs that could lead to serious injuries. Ignoring the shape of the trampoline is signing a warrant for you or your children to get hurt.
There is nothing like too much safety. Be attentive to these details to better enhance the safe use of trampolines.