Learning trampoline tricks on a 10 ft trampoline with enclosure is doable. It is even easy for some. If you know how to do simple back flips or somersaults, you can do the more complicated tricks. If you’re planning to be on the next Olympic gymnastics superstar, you are on the right track. However one move you might not want to make is transferring to a new house with a big trampoline in tow.
Changing addresses is just one of the many things not everyone enjoys. It is a hassle. Merely thinking about the move is already stressful. Much more if you used to live in a big house and then move to a smaller one. Some of your things may need to go to storage; some may need to be thrown out for good. Of course you can still keep your favourites. But what about your children’s trampoline?
Before you decide on what to do, consider how much space you have. If you’re living in a place with a big lawn or backyard, the best way to move your trampoline is to disassemble it before moving, then reassemble it again once you’re settled with everything in your new home. Continue reading
Parents often worry about their children getting on a trampoline. Well, their worry is always justifiable. There is always a risk of injury when jumping on a 10 ft trampoline with enclosure. The impact may differ from fall to fall. Muscle strains, sprains and even serious head injuries can result from falling off a trampoline.
It will be difficult to deal with a child begging to have his friends jump on a trampoline all at once when the best response your fear can lead you to do is a big fat no. So give you a little courage, here are some safety tips you can carry for your family.
Always Have Safety Nets and Pads – You can never be too safe when it comes to children. Having this combo will avoid little fingers and toes from getting pinched by the springs and falling off the trampoline. Make the experience memorable and never traumatic.
Be on Level Ground – Make sure the surface your trampoline is at is flat and solid. Never place it on an inclined surface. That’s like having danger on your speed dial. Also, remove or trim the branches that overhang your trampoline if there are trees in your backyard. Continue reading
Putting your 10 ft trampoline with enclosure for the first time is definitely a nightmare you don’t want to remember. With a big and heavy box, an instruction manual you can’t find, how can it be any easier? This guide is made to rescue you.
Before any panic attack ensues, here is a guide that can help you, a first time trampoline “assembler” make a playground for you and your family.
Open the box and lay out all the trampoline frame parts. Don’t open the small packets where the nuts and bolts are. If you lose one, your trampoline will not be perfect. Lay down all the frame parts on the ground in the format of what the trampoline is going to be. If you have a round trampoline, make sure your format is a round one as well. The same goes with other shapes. Continue reading