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Trampolines are Never Neverlands

Having a trampoline is one of the things people write down on their bucket list. A bucket list is a list of things one wants to do before they die. Yes, it’s the Morgan Freeman movie where he does a lot of things he never imagined that he would. It’s classier way of doing “YOLO” or “you only live once” kind of thing. It’s not just for children; it is also for adults who cannot resist having some pure fun 14-foot trampoline enclosure themselves!

If you want to live in the YOLO style, you will still need safety precautions. When jumping on trampolines, the best way to keep it in place is to have a sturdy anchor kit. When bigger people get on, the trampoline will get outbalanced. The anchors will keep the trampoline from flying off when the winds are strong. If you don’t know how to put them up, there are a lot of instructional videos on Youtube and there will always be a manual with it in the box. If the manual is missing, you can ask the manufacturer if they can help you out with the installation. They are a necessity especially if the city you live in is quite windy and you want to keep your trampolines where they should be. And that is definitely not your neighbour’s lovely apple tree.

When you have your anchor kits, you can leave your trampoline outside when the winds are a bit strong. But when you see that the trees are falling off, that is just the time you will want to keep your trampoline in the garage for a while. There are instructions in your trampoline’s box on how to dismantle the entire thing. If you have a 14-foot in diameter, that might not fit in your garage.  So think for other options.

Trampolines are big investments. Seeing it fly away is like seeing your money fly away as well. Not just that, you just might land in a big lawsuit. If your trampoline hits someone else and causes an injury, you will be paying for the damages, or prove your trampoline guilt free. Even the meds they will need after their hospitalization is part of the bill. There goes your vacation money…

To avoid such instances, get an anchor kit for your trampoline right away even if the sun shines in your place all year round. You’ll never know what’s going to happen next. Who knows, the wind speed just might pick up especially now that the climate is changing rapidly. Get your anchor kit today at our products page. Match it up with a pure fun 14-foot trampoline enclosure and you can go bouncing crazy. Yep, you can even fly and surely stay in place.

How to Keep Your Toddler Active at an Early Age

Having a toddler is fun and exciting. Everyday is a new adventure with your little tot!

Children love to explore different areas in your house like your closet and even your laundry room. They enjoy tinkering with toys and that includes serious stuff mum and dad owns! Keeping them busy is definitely a task for the creative mind. Here are some things you can do to make the little one preoccupied.

Give them puzzles.


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This will not only make them stay put for a while but also tests their brain development. Activities like this help them become more patient and learn to have critical thinking. Later on in life, they will thank you for teaching these skills.

Teach House Chores


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A little sweeping the floor is already a big task for children. Teaching them this will make them feel like adults and they will learn how to keep their mess to a minimum. It’s nothing like child labour, I promise! Continue reading

Four Important Things To Remember When Buying Trampoline Pads

Trampolines provide great amounts of fun and exercise for users, but continuous use and heavy jumping can really take a toll on its parts. All trampoline parts will incur some damage with regular use: frames can get bent, net enclosures can get torn or frayed, and the springs can stretch or become rusty. Among all these parts, however, trampoline pads tend to get the most damage — after all, these do receive the bulk of the weight and force of jumpers.

All trampoline users will eventually need to buy replacement pads for their equipment. To help make the purchase easier and to ensure the quality of the replacement pad to be purchased, here are the four essential qualities that buyers must check first before purchasing a new pad to replace an old and damaged one:

1)      Size. Trampolines come in different sizes, and each one comes with a specific size pad as well. It goes without saying that pads in the wrong size should not be used as this can compromise safety: a small trampoline pad will be too stretched and is thus prone to breakage while a large trampoline pad may be too loose, causing jumpers to hit the ground underneath. Make sure to measure your pad correctly; take the diameter of the trampoline at several points to ensure accuracy of measurements.

 2)      Springs. As with the size of the pad, the size of the springs is also important. Longer springs may cause the trampoline to feel loose while shorter ones will pull the trampoline tighter. To get the right dimensions, make sure to include the hooked ends when measuring the springs. In addition, count the number of springs needed before purchase to prevent additional trips to the store.

 3)      Material. There are various materials used for replacement trampoline pads such as polyethylene and PVC. Polyethylene replacement pads are quite abundant in stores and popular among buyers because these are rather inexpensive. However, it’s important to note that this material is not as strong as PVC. It may degrade faster over time and there is greater risk of breakage during use. To ensure safety of users, it’s best to spend a little bit extra and invest in durable PVC replacement pads.

 4)      Warranty terms. Providers of the best trampoline parts should offer a guarantee on their products, so make sure to inquire about these first. Ask for guidelines on purchase and return of products (especially if you’re buying through an online store) as well as follow-up service in case you encounter problems with your purchase.

How to Be Your Best Self For 2016

As the year comes to an end, we make resolutions to become better persons, have better bodies and a lot more things. More often than not, we forget these resolutions days after we make them. For some, the New Year is the time to start anew – a clean slate. But in reality, anytime is the best time to have a fresh start.

No matter when you’ll decide to have it, the important thing is your purpose of finding your true self. Here are some things you can do to be your best self.

Give.


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And do not count. If you give your neighbour a gift for Christmas, don’t expect anything in return. The best feeling in the world is being able to share your blessings.

Exercise.



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A little movement in the body is necessary for a healthy life. You can take 30 minutes to jump on your backyard trampoline and you’re good for the day. Producing more endorphins make you a happier person, too!

Smile.



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Start your day with one everyday. It will affect your mood the entire day. It’s also contagious! 😉

It’s all about your insight about life. If you let negativity come your way, no change will ever happen. If there will be some change it’s not always going to be good. That’s why have some positivity and share your light.