Springfree Safety & Benefits
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Trampoline Safety Tips
Springfree Trampoline wants everyone to enjoy safe jumping in their backyards.
To help keep jumpers safe, Springfree Trampoline offers 10 tips for safe jumping:
1. One at a time please – Multiple jumpers increase the risk of injury from collision. Statistics show that with more than one simultaneous user, the smaller/lighter of the two is almost always the one sustaining an injury.
2. Don’t flip out – Untrained jumpers run the risk of landing awkwardly.
3. Avoid roughhousing – Some kids love to play rough and tumble, but this type of behavior can result in injury.
4. Let Fido watch from the ground – While the family pet may love to have a turn, this can cause collisions and damage to the trampoline.
5. Keep it clean– Trampolines should be void of foreign objects. Any new object introduced to the trampoline is another potential “hard surface” that can result in injury.
6. Stand watch – Keep an eye on children and inexperienced jumpers while they are on the trampoline.
7. Steer clear – Do not allow children or pets underneath the trampoline while someone is jumping.
8. Stay in control – Stay in the center of the trampoline. If you deviate during jumping, stop and move back to the center.
9. Practice safety before and after – Aid jumpers in safely entering and exiting the trampoline.
10. Talk it out – Discuss the importance of trampoline safety with your kids, and tell them about the risks of not using it properly.
Did you know that a 10 minute jump on a Springfree Trampoline is equivalent to a 30 minute run? According to a study completed by NASA, this means jumping is 68% more efficient than running.
Jumping on a trampoline is a moderate-to-high level aerobic workout that aids in maintaining cardiovascular fitness. Jumping will increasing your heart rate while taking less time out of your busy schedule.
On a Springfree Trampoline you can complete multiple movements from one interval to the next. Unlike typical modes of exercise that only allow for one movement (such as running on a treadmill, riding a bicycle or stationary bike, exercising on an elliptical or climbing a stair stepper), the active rest recovery period allows for an extended workout time.
Low Impact Exercise
Jumping on a Springfree Trampoline is a low impact exercise. A jumper’s vertical acceleration and deceleration is absorbed by the trampoline mat, taking up 80% of the shock.
The repetitive action of jumping improves bone mineral content and builds the musculoskeletal system. Each landing from a jump is double the force of gravity, which develops muscle strength over time and prevents bone diseases such as osteoporosis.
Detoxifying and lymphatic drainage
Bouncing on a trampoline stimulates the free-flowing lymphatic drainage system, helping rid your body of toxins, trapped protein, bacteria, viruses and other cell waste. The acceleration, deceleration and gravity of jumping on a trampoline create the ideal conditions for cleansing waste materials from our cells.
Physical activity makes you feel happy, positive and self-confident. Endorphins, the positive mood enhancing chemicals released during exercise, are triggered when jumping. An added benefit is the sheer fun factor of jumping up and down. Jumping on a Springfree Trampoline will give you the peace of mind that you’re safe, leaving you free to smile, laugh and feel happy!