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In the quiet backyards of the Scottish suburb of Corstorphine, what matters is not so much keeping up with the neighbors as leaping above them.
The high ratio of trampolines to residents has put the small Scottish town on the map after an unnamed Google Earth user noticed that almost every home had a trampoline on the property.
Apparently, Scottish people really enjoy jumping on their backyard trampolines. Bagpipes are not included!
Pictures of Hillpark Avenue and Hillpark Gardens, made using a mixture of satellite images and aerial photography, show 18 outdoor trampolines in those two streets alone. Can you imagine Sir Sean Connery jumping on his trampoline?
The bird's-eye views, which appear on Google Earth, have now been posted on a website that collects unusual images from around the world. Homes in Beverly Hills are known for having backyard Tennis courts and swimming pools. We think owning a backyard trampoline is a lot less expensive and much more exhilarating!
We really love creative ways that make your backyard trampoline even more fun and engaging for your children and their friends. So we decided to put together a top 10 list of our favorite trampoline games that children have an absolute blast playing for hours. Please make sure you always supervise these activities as safety is the #1 concern. After you are done checking out this trampoline games slideshow, check out our latest line of top quality round and rectangular trampolines on our products page. Keep on jumping for joy!
Top 10 Trampoline Games
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The truth behind the Urban Rebounding trend that has celebrities singing its' praise and is now incorporating trampolines into many cardio workout classes throughout the country.
1. Get a natural face lift.
As we age, oxygen levels in the skin cells
decrease, resulting in a loss of elasticity and the formation of lines and wrinkles. Rebounding circulates more oxygen to tissue and increases
2. Develop the lean muscles and balance of a ballet dancer.
Rebounding encompasses gravity, acceleration, and deceleration into your workout, which elongates your muscles as if you were a ballet
3. Your back and knees will thank you.
It’s a low-impact cardio exercise that absorbs 80% of the shock. As a result it
helps strengthen your back muscles and takes the pressure off of your spine and
knees, without the strain and trauma of a hard surface workout.
4. Work out like a NASA astronaut.
A NASA study found that rebounding is 68% more efficient than running or jogging. And
rebounding proved to be the best exercise to rebuild the lost bone tissue of
astronauts whose weightless state caused them to lose 15% of their bone mass. So
rebounding can help prevent osteoporosis and reverse damage.
5. Say adios to colds and allergies.
Rebounding cleanses your lymphatic system and boosts your immunity. The result?
Colds and allergy symptoms won’t bother you as often or as much.
Indoor Trampoline Parks are popping up everywhere and with them a healthy exercise trend that combines Trampolines and Aerobics exercises
Most people jump on a trampoline for fun. However, many doctors, coaches, trampoline experts, and even NASA astronauts, agree that trampoline exercise provides the most time and energy-efficient workout possible. Calories burn more efficiently during trampoline exercise, and there is less stress on the body than with jogging, or jumping rope.
Sky Zone is the creator of the world's first all trampoline, walled playing court. One of their premier classes, SkyRobics, is a 60-minute trampoline fitness class that combines core exercises, advanced calisthenics and strength building aerobics. Some activities performed in SkyRobics include laps the length of the trampoline, jumping jacks, skiing, squats, high knees and circuit training. Things are looking up: expect to burn 1,000 calories while doing it!
But, you can actually achieve the same results by performing aerobics exercises on your home or backyard trampoline. This can be done by watching a workout video or by hiring a personal trainer.
Take a look at some of the Trampoline Options that we offer.
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In 2007, Jodi Adkisson quit her job as an event coordinator to become a caretaker for her husband, Mike, who’d been injured in a work-related accident. Along with her career, she put her own health on the backburner. "I fell into the trap of not taking any time for me," Jodi remembers. "I just didn't eat. My metabolism just stopped." Less than three years later, Mike passed away, and Jodi faced financial setbacks and the challenge of providing for her two daughters. Lost in the needs of others, Jodi knew she was heavy, but wasn’t in tune to how the excess pounds made her look or feel.
The Turning Point
A year after her husband’s passing, in May 2012, Jodi's father was diagnosed with leukemia. By this point, she had ballooned to 245 pounds from 150. "When my dad got sick, I knew I didn’t want to be in that place anymore," Jodi says. "It sparked something inside my head."
A couple of Jodi’s friends invited her to try Skyrobics — a trampoline-based group exercise class that incorporates cardio, circuit training, core exercises, strength training, and calisthenics. Soon, she was hooked. Six times a week, she’d drive 40 minutes to Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park in Plymouth, MN. "Skyrobics would kick my butt, but it was more than just a workout for me—it was a mental escape," Jodi says.
She didn’t just change her exercise habits. Jodi also stopped drinking soda, reduced her coffee consumption, traded high-fat dressings for lemon juice and salsa, substituted grilled chicken for breaded chicken and red meats, and cut out deep-fried foods in favor of healthier, baked ones. The secret to sticking to her diet was altering what she ate in ways she knew she could commit to long-term. "I don't believe in a diet; I believe in learning a new lifestyle," Jodi says.
By June 2012, she had slimmed down to 132 pounds, a weight she has maintained by attending Skyrobics classes three times a week and continuing to eat healthily.
Today Jodi makes her well-being a priority, because it allows her to truly enjoy life. "That's what keeps me motivated,” she says. “If I don't take time for me, I will be unhappy, and I will be unhealthy.”
"I'm definitely happier. It's put life into perspective for me," she says. Today, Jodi’s in a new relationship. "I never thought I'd have that again," she says. She also finds fulfillment in being able to model a healthy lifestyle for her children and inspiring others who want to make the same changes.
Focus on yourself. "Taking care of yourself is probably the most important thing you can do. Take 15 minutes a day. Just say, 'You know what? I got this.' Even if you don't think you do," Jodi says.
Have a treat. "Don't tell yourself you can't have a doughnut. Have a doughnut! Then work it off,” she says. “I don't believe in diets. A diet is not forever. You have to live with what you're doing."
Author: Jessica Chia
Taylor Swift reached for the sky recently, with some help from a trampoline and dozens of crew members.
On a Saturday, the country superstar was spotted in Los Angeles, where she was hard at work on a new photo shoot.
The 23-year-old donned multiple outfits for the shoot, including a striped sweater she wore to jump on a trampoline. (Don’t worry Swift fans, it looks like she was surrounded by plenty of extras or assistants!)
Swift is currently in the middle of a four-day break from her RED Tour, which kicked off last week with two shows in Omaha.
Taylor Swift took a short break from her tour for a photo shoot in Los Angeles, where she was spotted wearing -- and jumping on a trampoline -- in multiple outfits. Check out some photos of Taylor Swift arriving at the shoot and seen jumping on a trampoline below.
Photos courtesy: Celebuzz.com
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