What’s the attraction of a trampoline? If you have to ask, it’s been way too long since you’ve enjoyed bouncing on one. Regular workouts or just “fun time” on trampolines can help improve coordination, balance and ability. Plus, they’ll keep the kids away from their smart phones and video games. (When did we start talking like our parents?) Here are five trampolines to help engage the inner children inside of us.
Aside from the no-gap design of this trampoline, what we love about this set is that it comes with everything you need to let the fun begin. The kit includes a ladder, the enclosure, a rain cover, two sets of gloves and wind stakes.
As if a trampoline wasn’t enough fun on its own, just add a basketball hoop and watch things get really intense. A net enclosure keeps all the action on the mat. The set includes a 3-year limited warranty on the frame and a 1-year limited warranty on other materials.
Looking for a creative way to let your little ones burn off some excess energy? This trampoline was designed for toddlers and includes a handlebar they can grab for stability. The maximum weight limit is 55 pounds.
How does a trampoline help your fitness? By elevating your heart rate while promoting increased bone and muscle density. This model can support up to 250 pounds.
This trampoline’s construction is very impressive. The four-leg stabilizer frame has commercial-grade steel tubing galvanized inside and out. The shock-absorbing frame helps provide the best cushion flexes on impact.
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