We recently made a big announcement and we'd like to share the good news with our customers. We are very excited to announce that we are now carrying the entire line of Jumpsport Trampolines. We are an authorized dealer for the Jumpsport brand of trampolines that includes Alleyoop Trampolines. Jumpsport trampolines are considered among the safest trampolines in the world because of many unique safety features such as their patented safety enclosure system. Our professional installers are also experts at assembling Jumpsport trampolines. Feel free to check out some of the trampolines we carry in the photo gallery below or by clicking on our Products page.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is one of the richest people in the world, and on The Ellen DeGeneres show, he revealed a little bit about what having all that money is like for him.....And then, he opened up to DeGeneres about what it's actually like to be a billionaire. And it involves a trampoline room.
Gates said he doesn't have too many extravagances in his life, but he does have a Porsche and his own plane, admittedly "a huge indulgence." But DeGeneres pressed him, asking if he had an "aquarium with sharks in it." He doesn't have that, but he said he does have a room dedicated to trampolines in his house. "We have a trampoline room in our house, the kids like that," he said. "Indoor trampolines, I recommend it. […] It's a room with a very high ceiling."
The trampoline room has a 20-foot ceiling, and overall the exercise facilities, including locker rooms, a sauna, and a steam room, take up 2,500 square feet. Business Insider reports that it took Gates $63 million and seven years to build the 66,000-square-foot estate.
Of course, Bill and Melinda Gates put the vast majority of their own money into their charitable foundation, helping people around the world. But hey, when you have billions of dollars, why not have a room dedicated to trampolines, too?
As previously reported, trampolines have been the inspiration of many musical artists. There are songs about trampolines by pop artists like Kalin and Myles. There are also trampoline songs by hip-hop acts like Tiny Tempah and Kstylis. But trampolines did not get a case of the blues till Chris Pierce aka Reverend Tall Tree released "Static Trampoline". We happen to be big fans of good Blues music because it is the finest example of good ol' American soul music. Thankfully, if you live in the Los Angeles area, you can catch Reverend Tall Tree performing with the Blackstrap Brothers in some very intimate clubs. They are performing at Harvelle's Blues Club in Santa Monica. They are also performing at the Edison in DTLA on February 4th. Read more about Reverend Tall Tree on the Argonaut.
Harvelle's Blues Club | Friday January 29
Santa Monica, CA | 9pm | 2 Sets
The Edison | Thursday February 4
Downtown Los Angeles, CA | 8pm | 3 Sets
We are proud to carry a new line of rectangular trampolines made by Aosom. We think you will be saying "This trampoline is awesome!"
Aosom trampolines start with quality and safety that is far superior to most mass market trampolines. This package includes trampoline frame, trampoline mat, safety pads, and safety net enclosure.
- Dimensions: 7ft x 10ft
- Rust Resistant Galvanized Steel Frame
- 4 U legs
- Overall trampoline size: 10' 1"L x 7'W x 2' 6"H
- Jumping material diameter: 8' 3 1'2" x 5' 1/2"W
Capacity: 330 lbs
$425 pick-up in Van Nuys and you assemble.
Price: $495 we deliver and assemble. ( Los Angeles county and Thousand Oaks / Simi Valley).
Call to have this trampoline delivered and assembled: (818) 521-0053
Thank you for visiting the Trampolines Los Angeles homepage. We are excited to announce that we just passed 1,000,000 views of our website! We enjoy sharing trampoline related stories, pictures and videos with our fans. Since the launch of our Trampoline Blog, we have had many of our posts shared around the web.
Some of our most popular stories involve celebrities on trampolines. The list of celebrities includes: Megan Fox, Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Kendra Wilkinson, Julianne Hough, Gwyneth Paltrow, Madonna, Amanda Bynes.
We have also covered a very popular trampoline trend involving animals and pets. This trend is very popular for YouTube searches. After all, what is more entertaining than watching an adorable bulldog named Mudd toss and roll around on a backyard trampoline? Maybe watching an elk that accidently trapped itself in a trampoline try to free itself?
We will continue to bring you trampoline news and funny stories. Meanwhile, keep jumping and bouncing your way to good health and happiness.
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Top 5 Trampoline Songs:
Artist: Tinie Tempah feat. 2 Chainz
About: Trampoline from Tinie Tempah featuring 2 Chainz is the first single to be taken
from Tinie's new album Demonstration. It combines Tinie Tempah's lyrical prowess with rhythmic dance beats.
Song: "Trampoline Booty"
About: "Kstylis" performing radio single "Trampoline Booty" from the "King of Twerk"
mixtape. Granted, the song is not a lyrical masterpiece. But, it manages to redeem itself with a catchy dance beat that became a YouTube dance craze. We think trampolines are the best place to Twerk!
Artist: Mindy Gledhill
Song: Bring Me Close (from the Fruit of the Loom "Trampoline" commercial)
About: Mindy Gledhill’s relentless search for spark has led her all over the map. Recording a wildly successful independent album in a Los Angeles backyard with Juno-nominated producer Stuart Brawley. The song "Bring Me Close" is a heart tugging ballad that is perfectly matched with slow motion trampoline visuals in the Fruit of the Loom commercial.
About: From Calamine's self-titled, self-released 1999 debut EP. This song has a late 90's feel to it. Great guitar melodies are accompanied by soothing vocals. We think this song is perfect for a sunny summer day spent on a backyard trampoline.
Artist: DJ Chuckie
Song: "Who is ready to jump"
About: DJ Chuckie's mega hit single "Who is ready to jump" is a house music classic. The track is perfectly matched with footage of girls jumping on trampoline. A segment on "The Man Show" which aired on Comedy Central and was hosted by Adam Carolla and Jimmy Kimmel.
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
Tags: Trampoline Games, Fun Trampoline Games, Water Balloons, Splash Popping, Standing Still Game, Happy Snacking, Trampoline Drawings, Jumpster
Erica Bigler, an occupational therapist at the Lakeside Center for Autism, said students who use the trampoline show increased muscle and bone strength and cardio endurance. "They have improved balance and kinesthetic awareness".
Newton Miller, 7, has a peculiar habit when he’s feeling anxious or bored: he squats on the floor and leaps into the air like a frog. The activity can be hazardous when he jumps off the bay window in his living room or while running errands with his mother. He once crashed into a shopper while he was “frogging” at the grocery store.
Newton’s mother Deirdre believes her son’s desire to jump is a consequence of his autism. And, she’s found an appropriate place for him to jump as much as he wants without hurting himself or others: a trampoline.
Autism spectrum disorder is a range of complex neurodevelopment disorders
characterized by social impairments, communication difficulties and restricted,
repetitive and stereotyped patterns of behavior.
The Lakeside Center for Autism in Issaquah uses a trampoline, donated by Springfree
Trampoline, to help children with autism. The trampoline is used
for speech, occupational, physical and behavioral therapies.
Erica Bigler, an occupational therapist at Lakeside, said students who use
the trampoline show increased muscle and bone strength and cardio endurance.
They have improved balance and kinesthetic awareness.
Bigler works with a 5-year-old boy who came to the center with poor core
strength. He would trip and fall often during therapy sessions until he started
jumping on the trampoline.
“You can see quite a difference in how he can control his body more
effectively,” Bigler said.
The same student had poor social skills, like many other children with
autism. But, Bigler said when kids jump together on a trampoline they share an
enjoyable activity and develop increased body awareness around their peers.
“He typically prefers isolated play, but when he’s on the trampoline he’s
having such a good time,” Bigler said. “It’s one of the only places I see him
interact with a peer and sustain attention on a game.”
Speech therapists at Lakeside use the trampoline as a motivational tool,
allowing children to play on the trampoline if they speak or repeat a word.
“He’ll do amazing things for the trampoline,” Deirdre said of Newton.
Teachers also use the trampoline to teach students how to follow directions by
playing games, such as “Simon Says.”
Children with autism tend to learn more effectively when they are able to
reinforce their intellectual development with physical movements, so staff
members at Lakeside often write words on the trampoline with chalk and ask
students to jump from one word to another to form a sentence.
“It’s amazing what kids on that spectrum can do on a trampoline that they
might not have been able to without that sensory input,” Bigler said. “You see
kids going from disengaged and non-communicative to making eye contact and being
more aware of what’s going on.”
While Deirdre said Newton is often under-stimulated, the trampoline offers
him an outlet to expel his energy and has improved his concentration.
“When he’s [frogging] at Lakeside they can move it to an appropriate
environment,” she said. “We’re not denying it to him but giving him an
But, kids at the Lakeside Center for Autism are not the only ones reporting
life-changing results; adults living with autism in the community are also
benefitting from trampolines.
Anabelle Listic, a 28-year-old Seattle woman with autism has two
trampolines at home and uses them daily to process information and cope with
“My moments of true clarity always happen when I’m on my trampoline,” Listic
said. “It’s like meditation to me.”
When Listic temporarily moved to Oregon years ago, she brought a trampoline
with her instead of a bed.
“I don’t ever want to have to live without jumping on a trampoline,” she
said. “When I’m on a trampoline everything feels effortless and makes sense and
Listic even took her trampoline on a light rail train once. A friend had
invited her to the opening of his art exhibit but Listic was feeling anxious
about the event. So, she brought a 48-inch trampoline on the light rail and into
“I was either going to bring it with me or not go,” Listic said. “It was
She said just sitting or lying on a trampoline can help people with
“Sometimes I just lie on my trampoline and pound my fists on it. I’m moving
that muscle and it’s self-regulating and soothing. That tiny bit of rebounding
feels safe and comfortable to me.”
Source: Komo News
Written By: Rose Egge
You can watch Listic on her trampoline in this video she made for others with autism:
Dancer and Country Music Star Julianne Hough recently split from old-er flame Ryan Seacrest after three years of dating.
So it was no surprise that Julianne Hough was ready to let her hair down and have some fun. She was spotted at an indoor trampoline park in Los Angeles recently looking happier and jumpier than ever.
The 24-year-old and a female friend indulged their silly sides, with Julianne showing off some impressive acrobatic moves. Check out the video she posted on her Instagram below.
She's been called the latest Hollywood teen star train wreck. Amanda Bynes shows us she definitely likes to get high...real high. The All That star spent an afternoon jumping in an indoor trampoline park in Buffalo, NY. She was by herself and seemed to be enjoying jumping on the trampolines in a brown wig. Check out the photos snapped by a fellow trampoline-r. Of course, she went on Twitter to deny it was her but we know better.
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